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Auckland

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Stamford Plaza
22 Albert St.
Auckland,  1010
New Zealand
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Malcolm Harris
Nov 26, 2018
Chief Executive, WorldSkills NZ
Last 2018 Meeting - John Berry
Dec 10, 2018
Pathfinder Asset Management
Panel from Te Whakaora Tangata TBA
Feb 27, 2019
Changing lives for good in South Auckland - Face to Face
 

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Ray Calver has worked as a Social Worker with children and young people for around 7 years, after 10 years in the corporate sector.  The title of Ray’s speech will be ‘Believing in Children and Young People and Working in Youth Justice’.  This talk will focus on believing in children and young people, and the amazing impact this has on them. It will cover several stories about specific people and draw on domestic and international research. The audience will have a chance to understand what happens when a young person commits a criminal offence in New Zealand.
It is that time of year again to think about getting organised for Christmas and what better way to start, than by ordering some Rotary Christmas Puddings, whether for yourself or to donate to a worthy cause, or to do both - this year will be donating puddings to the Auckland City Mission.  Puddings are now packaged in a heat-proof bowl (though I still have some in tins if anyone prefers).  These puddings are still $20 each, with $5 being donated to our Club, so please contact Jacqui in the office if you would like to place an order – they can be purchased in any quantity (and come in cartons of six).
Only 125 years ago, New Zealand became the first country in the world to grant women the right to vote. This concert, developed in association with The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and Auckland Museum, will be an exciting mix of classical and contemporary music, inspiring multimedia imagery and the spoken word -  A Woman’s Place  7.30PM, Thursday 29 November, Auckland Town Hall.   Guests include Dame Rosanne Meo, Dr Selina Tusitala Marsh, Georgina Beyer, Dr Sioxsie Wiles, Helen Clark (video content) and TBC Lizzie Marvelly.
IPANZ New Professionals invite you to their seminar ‘The Current and Future use of Data in Government’ on Thursday 29 November, from 5.15 to 7.15pm, at the Victoria of University’s Auckland Facility, 50 Kitchener Street.  This is an opportunity to discuss the risks and opportunities around the use of data in Government policy and administration.  The speakers, Tim Maloney and Paul Stone, will share their experience and views on how data can be used to support stronger policy outcomes, the potential risks, and key opportunities of broadening the use of data in government policy and administration.  Find out more and register 
You are invited to attend the 2019 District 9920 conference to be held at the Napier Conference Centre from 10 - 12 May 2019.  Registrations will open on 1 September 2018 and earlybird registrations will be available until 30 November 2018.  There are a range of accommodation options available at the Scenic Hotel Te Pania, Art Deco Masonic Hotel and Expressotel and also events outside of the conference.  Please go to the following link for more information https://rotarydistrict9920.org/page/district-9920-conference-2019
The Rotary International's 2019 Convention will be held in Hamburg, Germany from 1 to 5 June.  There are already nearly 30 people from different NZ Clubs attending, including RCA President Brett O’Riley and myself.  If you’d like to know more about this event and are possibly interested in joining us, would like to fly with and/or stay with other NZ Rotarians in Hamburg, let me know or reach out directly to the District Coordinator for this Convention: Jennie Herring: herringjennie@gmail.com  Or if you would like to register, then please go here.  If you register prior to Dec. 15, 2018, you will receive an early-registration discount, which is US$395 vs. US$495 or US$595 at later dates.  District Governor Ingrid Waugh, also mentioned the possibility of a 10-day “Zurich-to-Amsterdam Cruise” leading up to the convention  and Jennie Herring can help us get the black shirts that all the NZers wear - which will really make us stand out!  So please let us know if you are interested in attending, so we can organise a couple of fun Kiwi/RCA activities, while in Hamburg!  And also feel free to run any questions by us