We started the afternoon with a tri-lingual welcome, with mana whenua mihi starting us off from Wayne Mulligan, and English and sign-language welcome from Karen Coutts. Mayor Justin Lester welcomed us with his vision of Wellington 2050 being a zero-carbon city, with no homelessness, recognising Te Reo, with an integrated transit system. Keep Reading
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Wellington City Council signalled its commitment last year to something that the Wellington Forum has encouraged for the past two years: the value of being a bi-lingually based city. For me, that is only opening a crack in the door. The key value the sleeping giant (Māori economy) brings – is a values-based economy. Watch Māori TV; look at... Keep Reading
Still learning and hungry to get better.Last night we announced this years TEDxWellington event along with opening the call for speakers and performers. This will be my eighth as licensee (2x TEDxWellingtonWomen, 2x TEDxTeAro, 3x TEDxWellington) and have mentored other events in the city (Women and Youth plus University) plus other new licens... Keep Reading
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