Living Economies Expo

Programme Living Economies Expo


This is a great opportunity to network with people of interesting views. PINZ is a partner in this event - it could be seen as a social permaculture event.
Here is the programme:
Living Economies Expo Programme

Friday 31 March at the Recreation Centre 25 Winchester St, Lyttelton

9.00am Registration
9.45am Welcome and introductions
10.30am Gar Alperovitz "The Next System"
Follow up discussion
12-1.00pm Lunch
1.00pm Niki Harré "The Infinite Game: How to Live Well Together"
2.00pm Matthew Slater "Reflections on New Zealand"
2.30pm afternoon tea
2.45 pm Margaret Jefferies "Introduction to Open Space"
4-4.30pm Change of venue (5 minute walk - maximum)

Lyttelton Primary School, Oxford Street, Lyttelton.

4.30pm Panel Discussion, Nicole Foss, Phil Stevens, Raf Manji, Daryl Taylor "Policies that encourage and facilitate"
6.30 Dinner
7.30pm Belinda Meares "Interplay"

Saturday 1 April Lyttelton Primary School

8.00am Gathering
8.15am Stephanie Rearick, "Mutual Aid Networks" workshop
9.30am Exhibitions and Morning tea
10.45am Tamati Kruger Chair of Tuhoe - Te Uru Taumatua "Being Tuhoe"
12.15pm Lunch
1.15pm In parallel:
Bronwyn Hayward "Citizenship for a Living Economy"
Charles Drace "Climate Change"
2.15pm In parallel:
Nicole Foss "Finance and Energy" workshop
Margaret Jefferies "Lyttelton as a Living Economy"
3.15pm Savings Pool play (15 minutes)
3.30pm Afternoon tea
3.45pm Open Space discussions continue
In parallel from 4.30pm
Jan Jeans, "Exploring the Threads of Connection" dance workshop
6.30pm Dinner
7.30 Entertainment for Activists - bring your musical instruments!

Sunday 2 April Lyttelton Primary School

9.00am In parallel:
Gary Flomenhoft, "Reclaiming the Commonwealth"
Thamina Ashraf, "Waqf, Endowment"
10.00am In parallel:
Dierdre Kent, "The Big Shift"
Gary Williams, "Democracy and Community Governance and Decision Making"
11.00am Morning tea
11.30am In Parallel:
Matthew Slater, "The Trading Floor Game"
Wendy Everingham, Tour of Lyttelton's community activity which supports growing a local living economy (max 15 people)
1.00pm Lunch
1.40pm Nafeez Ahmed "The Crisis of Civilisation"
2.40pm Open Space continues and completes
4.15pm Closure
- 5.00pm