NetHui 2019 has ended
Welcome to NetHui - New Zealand’s favourite Internet gathering! We are looking forward to seeing you on 3-4 October, as we have so many things to discuss!

Please note that the NetHui registration doesn’t cover Partners Day on 2 October, which is a day full of events, forums, workshops, and round tables hosted by partner organisations. You are welcome to attend these events, you just need to register for each separately, using the registration link. You do not need a NetHui ticket to attend Partners Day events. 
Wednesday, October 2 • 13:30 - 16:30
[Workshop] Ally Skills

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Do you want to create a more welcoming, inclusive workplace or community? 
The Ally Skills Workshop provides simple, everyday ways for allies to stand with people who are targets of marginalisation. Allies are people who use their voice and influence in support of equity. Targets of marginalisation can include women of all races, other people of colour, LGBTQIA+ folks, caregivers, people with disabilities, people of different ages and body sizes, and others. In this workshop, we’ll learn how to identify marginalisation and discuss steps we can take to stop it in our workplaces and communities.
The bulk of this three-hour workshop is spent in small groups discussing real-world scenarios and ways to respond. 

Meet your facilitators
Lauren Peate is the founder of Ally Skills NZ. Lauren has worked with diverse, high-performance teams around the world: Previous roles include working as a management consultant for Bain & Co. in San Francisco advising Fortune 500 companies, Interim COO of an eCommerce startup in Jordan, business mentor for companies across the Middle East and Southeast Asia, and a Fulbright Scholar in Morocco. She is passionate about creating a world where workplaces enable people to be their best and live out their potential.
Teresa Bass is the co-founder of Narrative Muse, an online startup dedicated to connecting audiences with the best books and movies by and about women and non-binary people. Teresa has worked extensively in New Zealand's refugee resettlement sector and has worked as an aid worker throughout the Pacific. In addition to her work with Ally Skills NZ and Narrative Muse, Teresa is also a scriptwriter. She is passionate about improving representation of marginalised voices in the entertainment industry.

The Ally Skills NZ team has trained hundreds of people in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the US, and the UK.

Wednesday October 2, 2019 13:30 - 16:30
(c) Rangimarie 2, Level 3