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Tuesday, October 13
 

12:00 NZDT

Aotearoa Tech Union Meet & Greet
Facilitators
avatar for Cordy Black

Cordy Black

Co-Leader, Sharesies AND Aotearoa Tech Union (ATU)
Kia ora - I'm one of the co-leaders of the Aotearoa Tech Union, New Zealand's first trade union specifically for IT and tech workers.


Tuesday October 13, 2020 12:00 - 12:30 NZDT
Coffee Cart (Zoom)

12:00 NZDT

Shouting Zeros & Ones Book Club
Shouting Zeros and Ones is a new book published by BWB about Digital Technology, Ethics, and Policy in Aotearoa New Zealand. The book is a call to action: to reduce online harm, to protect the integrity of our digital lives and to uphold democratic participation and inclusion. A diverse group of contributors reveal the hidden impacts of technology on society and on individuals, exploring policy change and personal action to keep the internet a force for good.

On Tuesday, some of the authors from the book will share for a few minutes about each of their chapters, giving a quick summary of the main issues, why you should care, and what change they would like to see. On Wednesday we'll hold a Q+A session with a number of the authors, so bring your lunch and questions for discussion!

Facilitators
avatar for Andrew Chen

Andrew Chen

Research Fellow, University of Auckland
Kia ora! I have a couple of different hats:- I do research at the University of Auckland's Koi Tū: The Centre for Informed Futures on digital transformation and its impacts on society, as well as some work on network mapping of complex social issues and tracking public policy around... Read More →


Tuesday October 13, 2020 12:00 - 12:30 NZDT
Plenary Livestream
 
Wednesday, October 14
 

12:00 NZDT

Shouting Zeros & Ones Book Club
Shouting Zeros and Ones is a new book published by BWB about Digital Technology, Ethics, and Policy in Aotearoa New Zealand. The book is a call to action: to reduce online harm, to protect the integrity of our digital lives and to uphold democratic participation and inclusion. A diverse group of contributors reveal the hidden impacts of technology on society and on individuals, exploring policy change and personal action to keep the internet a force for good.

On Tuesday, some of the authors from the book will share for a few minutes about each of their chapters, giving a quick summary of the main issues, why you should care, and what change they would like to see. On Wednesday we'll hold a Q+A session with a number of the authors, so bring your lunch and questions for discussion!

Moderators
avatar for Anjum Rahman

Anjum Rahman

Founder, Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tāhono
Anjum Rahman (MNZM, FCA) is the founder and Project Lead for the Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tāhono, working to develop and implement a national Strategy for Belonging and Inclusion. She is currently one of the co-chairs of the Christchurch Call Advisory Network, and a member... Read More →
avatar for Kathy Errington

Kathy Errington

Executive Director, Helen Clark Foundation

Facilitators
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Briony Blackmore

University of Otago
avatar for Andrew Chen

Andrew Chen

Research Fellow, University of Auckland
Kia ora! I have a couple of different hats:- I do research at the University of Auckland's Koi Tū: The Centre for Informed Futures on digital transformation and its impacts on society, as well as some work on network mapping of complex social issues and tracking public policy around... Read More →


Wednesday October 14, 2020 12:00 - 12:30 NZDT
Hallway (Zoom)

14:15 NZDT

InternetNZ Members Meetup
Grab a brew and come along to the InternetNZ virtual member meetup. If you just want to hang out, meet other members and join a short discussion about what's been happening at NetHui, everyone's welcome! If you're not a member of InternetNZ but are interested in becoming one, come along to learn more from one of our friendly InternetNZ staff members.

Zoom link: https://internetnz.zoom.us/j/96032317241?pwd=TDFGZGFvRytYK3M1aWRuRGdOUkVmdz09

Moderators
avatar for Andrew Cushen

Andrew Cushen

Outreach & Engagement Director, InternetNZ
Andrew is the Outreach and Engagement Director and leads the Community, Events and Communications teams at InternetNZ. He has 15 years experience working managing relationships, messages and issues across the internet, telco and tech sectors. What he loves about this job is getting... Read More →

Facilitators
avatar for Sam Marsh

Sam Marsh

Community Advisor, InternetNZ
Sam is a Community Advisor for InternetNZ. He has previous engagement experience in private and public sectors, even working for the Queen out of Buckingham Palace. Although he is no royal, he is the self proclaimed king of anything geeky.


Wednesday October 14, 2020 14:15 - 14:35 NZDT
Coffee Cart (Zoom)

14:15 NZDT

Pets (and Plants) of NetHui
What's a virtual event without a comically-timed dog bark or cat stroll in front of the camera? Bring your furry friends (or not furry, we love all pets!) to say hello. Feel free to bring a houseplant if you don't have a pet, or just come along to meet some cute animals.

Zoom link: https://internetnz.zoom.us/j/94682284219?pwd=bUVoZnVmbGdnaXBCcUJmSitpVmhJUT09

Facilitators
avatar for Jess Ducey

Jess Ducey

Programme Design, Internet NZ
I'm a freelancer who designs the NetHui programme, among other things in the nebulous intersection of events, communications, tech, engagement, and fundraising (want to hire me? Get in touch!). I also work at The Common Unity Project Aotearoa, and sit on the boards of Wellington Rape... Read More →


Wednesday October 14, 2020 14:15 - 14:35 NZDT
Hallway (Zoom)

17:30 NZDT

Happy Hour
Grab a drink or a snack and join us to toast the end of our first-ever virtual NetHui. We'll be able to create some breakout rooms in case you want to have reunions, sector-specific meetups, or similar. 

Wednesday October 14, 2020 17:30 - 18:30 NZDT
Hallway (Zoom)
 
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