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Hui 2017 Programme

 

Venue: St Andrews College, Papanui Rd, Christchurch



DAY 1: THURSDAY 27TH APRIL

8.00am

Registration

8.30am

Welcome and Mihi Whakatau

9.00am

Introduction and Wellbeing Overview — Dr Lucy Hone

Privacy and Confidentiality: Improving Ways of Sharing Information for Youth Wellbeing — Chaired by Lee-ann O’Brien

9.30am

Keynote: Sharing Information — Becci Whitton, Privacy Commission

Panel Discussion: How the Privacy Act Works for Me

10.30am

Morning Tea

11.00am

Group Discussion: Improving Ways of Sharing Information for Youth

Wellbeing

11.20am

Spoken Word Poets: Talia, Elisse, and Hunter

11.30am

Julia Walsh, Manager, Youth Development, Ministry of Youth

Development

11.45am

Brief Presentations: Streams 1 to 5 and Workshop 1

12.35pm

Lunch

Understanding and Accepting Diversity — Chaired by Dr Terry Fleming

1.30pm

Performance: Star Jam

1.45pm

Performance: Tulou Productions

2.00pm

Panel Discussion: What Diversity Means to Me and What I Think it Means to You. Facilitator: Terry Fleming

2.45pm

Afternoon Tea

3.15pm

Group Discussion: How to Improve What We Do to Promote Understanding and Acceptance of Diversity by and for Young People — Chaired and Facilitated by Hanna Deal

3.40pm

Poetry Reading: Poetry In—Motion. Leigh Montford

3.50pm

Brief Presentations: Streams 6 to 10 and Workshop 2

4.45pm

Performance: Canterbury Music Education Trust

5.00pm

Close

6.00pm

SYHPANZ Birthday Dinner. Transport Leaves at 5.45pm

 

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS:

There will be ten streams of brief presentations. Presentations will be 10 minutes each.  You choose what presentations you wish to attend.

For more information and abstracts on the morning presentations click here.
For more information and abstracts on the afternoon presentations click here.


DAY 2: FRIDAY 28TH APRIL

8.30am

Performance: Canterbury Music Education Trust

Health and Wellbeing in Schools — Chaired by Richard (Dick) Edmundson

9.00am

Keynote Presentation: Wellbeing Standards and Health Care Services in Schools

Assoc Professor Simon Denny

10.00am

Morning Tea

10.30am

Workshops 3—8

11.35am

Workshops 9—14

12.35pm

Lunch and Your Opportunity to Meet in Interest Groups

2.00pm

Workshops 15—20

Summary

3.05pm

Reflections and Summary of the  Hui

John Quinn

3.35pm

Poroporoaki

4.00pm

Hui Finishes


WORKSHOPS:
There will be six streams of workshops. You choose what workshops you wish to attend.
For a list and the bios and abstracts of the Workshops click here.




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