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Seismics in the City 2016

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“Tomorrow belongs to those who can see it coming.” David Bowie

Seismics and the City 2016 is the fifth forum in an annual post-quakes series involving representatives of public, private and community sector organisations and interested individuals sharing their visions and voicing their concerns and solutions in the pursuit of a vibrant, liveable city and region.

It is also an opportunity to look back and apply the lessons of the last five years and to look forward and be part of the early engagement with the new post-quakes regeneration entities.

The 2016 forum will celebrate several milestones in the post-disaster recovery of a city now on the move while being mindful of some of the millstones which still drag down some people.

Friday 18 March – Rydges Latimer, Christchurch
This one day event commences with a networking breakfast followed by updates on Canterbury’s post quake recovery by local and central government agencies, business, community and media perspectives and opportunities for participants feedback.

Speakers include:  Hon Nicky Wagner, Lianne Dalziel, Peter Townsend, Leanne Curtis, Anthony Gough…….


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*Registrations can be time-shared. Special rates for community organisations and interested individuals

For programme queries email lyall@smartnet.co.nz
For registration and other queries contact Sue Mardon admin@smartnet.co.nz or phone 027 491 1283.

Author: Sarah Miles

Trained as a lawyer, psychotherapist and mediator. My goal is to make my voice heard for the causes in which I believe so as to improve and contribute to a more sustainable and equitable society. I believe in the enormous power of the human spirit and the power within each of us to effect major change. "The only triumph over evil is for good men [and women] to do nothing". https://thechristchurchfiasco.wordpress.com/

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