Professional Perspectives on Charities Law and Regulation in New Zealand Conference 15 Jan 2018
We are on the committee which is helping organise a conference in April at Te Papa called “Professional Perspectives on Charities Law and Regulation in New Zealand Conference”
We thought it would be good to share the details of it which are below. If of interest, please contact Steven Moe at email@example.com.
Professional Perspectives on Charities Law and Regulation
in New Zealand Conference
26 and 27 April, 2018
Te Papa Museum, Wellington, New Zealand
The conference is being organised by the Charity Law Association of Australia and New Zealand (CLAANZ), Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and Parry Field. Charities Services is also supporting this event.
The conference will focus on current topics of interest in fields of charity law and accounting.
The aims of the conference are to:
- inform and educate on important topics for charities
- strengthen links, contacts and collaboration within the sector community; and
- share lessons learnt and best practice that have worked for others, both within New Zealand and beyond.
We hope that this conference will inspire action and innovation, help inform the upcoming review of the Charities Act and improve trust and confidence in the sector.
This conference will cover a range of topics of interest and importance to practitioners and others in Australia and elsewhere in the world and all are strongly encouraged to attend.
Speakers are yet to be confirmed and you can find the proposed programme here . The speakers will include leading representatives of the profession, domestic and international regulators, the academic community and charitable sector.
Registrations will open early next year
Earlybird before 28 February 2018:
- One day: $275
- Two days: $440
Pricing after 1 March 2018:
- One day: $300
- Two days: $500
There will be a conference dinner on the Thursday evening and this is an additional cost.
For more information, please email Steven Moe.
Photo credit: Te Papa external view. Photograph by Michael Hall, ©Te Papa