Upcoming Charity Conference in April at Te Papa, co-organised by Parry Field Lawyers 04 Feb 2019 Post by:
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A conference hosted by the Charity Law Association of Australia and New Zealand and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and supported by DIA Charities Services
Building on the success of 2018, this multi-disciplinary conference covers legal, accounting and related practical issues associated with the charitable sector, and aims to:
• Inform and educate on important topics for charities
• Strengthen links, contacts and collaboration within the sector community
• Share lessons learnt and best practice that have worked for others, within New Zealand and beyond
• Stimulate discussion and input into the review of the Charities Act 2005.
The hosts are bringing together a wide range of voices and perspectives to consider the issues before us all. This conference will provide opportunities for rich conversation on the review of the Charities Act and what the framework of charity law should look like in the future.
Among the speakers are leading figures from New Zealand and overseas, including: the Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector Hon Peeni Henare, Professor Matthew Harding from the University of Melbourne and chair of the Charity Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, Dr Oonagh Breen, Professor of Law, University College Dublin, Donna Flavell, CEO Waikato Tainui, Justice Joe Williams, speakers from Charities Services, and leading academics and practitioners from New Zealand and overseas.
Date and venue
11 & 12 April 2019, 8:30am - 5:00pm at the Museum of New Zealand,
Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
One day registration fee: NZD $350 (early bird to 28 February 2019 $300)
Two-day registration fee: NZD $600 (early bird to 28 February 2019 $550)
Conference dinner (Thursday evening): NZD $85.00
Registration is now open - click here to register.