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WEAll co-founder Katherine Trebeck’s speaking tour in Aotearoa NZ

Published on May 08, 2023

The Wellbeing Economy Alliance Aotearoa is excited to be bringing Dr Katherine Trebeck to New Zealand for a series of talks and workshops.

Dr Trebeck is an international expert on building a new economy that delivers wellbeing by default and will share with New Zealanders how countries around the world are modernising their approaches. Katherine is a political economist, writer and advocate for economic system change. She co-founded the Wellbeing Economy Alliance and also WEAll Scotland, its Scottish hub. You can see more about Katherine’s background here.

She is doing a series of talks and workshops with New Zealand’s Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, The Productivity Commission, Wellington Regional Leadership Committee, Grant Thornton, Auckland University Public Policy Institute and an Auckland Council Auckland Conversation as well as a number of one-on-one meetings including Finance Minister Grant Robertson.

Wellington in-person and online

  • Thought Leadership Webinar Series – Wellbeing Economics: What is and what does it mean for what we do?
  • Hosted by Wellington Regional Leadership Committee
  • When: 1:00pm, Wednesday 10 May
  • Where: Greater Wellington Regional Council, 100 Cuba St Wellington and also live as a webinar
  • Register here

Auckland in-person

  • Building a Wellbeing Economy – What It Looks Like and Why We Need It
  • Hosted by Auckland University Public Policy Institute
  • When: 2:00pm Thursday, 11 May
  • Where: 10 Grafton Rd, Auckland
  • Register here

Auckland in-person and online

  • Building A Wellbeing Economy From The City Up The role of cities in creating an economy fit for the 21st century
  • Hosted by Auckland Conversations
  • When: 5:30pm, Thursday 11 May
  • Where: Crowne Plaza Ballroom, 128 Albert Street, Auckland CBD
  • Auckland Conversation website will display live video of the event Thursday evening
  • Register here
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