Maty Nikkhou-O’Brien, Executive Director of the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs (NZIIA), invites you to the Institute’s flagship conference for 2016 on:
The Global Future
Challenges to Security, Stability and Sustainability
Tuesday 29 November 2016
Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington
Early bird registration: $120 per person (before Monday 31October 2016)
Regular registration: $150 per person (after Monday 31 October 2016)
Includes morning & afternoon tea, lunch
Registrations accepted - online only - before 10 November 2016
The NZIIA Conference 2016 brings leading thinkers together to look forward to see how New Zealand can navigate an uncertain world. The conference addresses the tectonic shifts rocking the geo-political landscape today: collective security in a multipolar world, economic stability with protectionism on the rise, and sustainability in an age of global warming. The point is to encourage blue-sky thinking on how a small state, dependent on an open rules-based global system, can steer an unsettled world. With the emergence of “multiple modernities” in which Western values are no longer dominant, what are the implications for New Zealand? What risks sit under the radar but can dramatically affect New Zealand inc. and our economic wellbeing? What is the next Black Swan event?
This is a unique chance for you to be inspired, look forward, exchange ideas, and connect with leading experts from home and abroad.
Click here to view the full conference flyer