We’ll start with some time where you will get to network with professionals in international development. Following the networking portion, we will have an interactive session that will enable the community to discuss creative ideas, new approaches, and next steps for ethical consumption in international development.
The World Café involves participants breaking into groups of around five people to engage in three 15 minute rounds of discussion. Each round of discussion is guided by key questions. At the end of each round, participants will move to different tables and tackle related questions. At the end of three rounds, together, we’ll harvest the learning, ideas, and recommendations emerging from the conversations. Key messages from the discussions are also reflected visually using graphic recording and will be posted on the IDYP website.
We are excited to have the following dynamic Table Hosts to facilitate table discussions, including:
Jason Garman - Communications Manager at Amnesty International who did this TEDx talk on the topic;
Aaron Davy - Code of Conduct & Standards Manager & Humanitarian Coordination at the Council of International Development;
Annie Hollister-Jones - Designed the Ethical Fashion Guide at Tearfund;
Tāmati Norman - Founder of Native Rituals and also Former Chair of the NZ-PNG Business Council;
Karina Nepia-Blyth - Board Member at TupoToa;
Evotia-Rose Araiti - facilitator/ actress/ mentor/ active supporter and contributor to shifting the narrative that sits around Pacific people
Kate Haselhoff - Projects & Advisory Analyst at the Sustainable Business Network.
There will be time after the World Café for networking. Come to meet and learn from others working in your field and help develop next steps for collective action.
Registration required. Must be over 18 to attend.