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New Economics Foundation FREE Workshop

January 30, 2014 at 11:41 AM

Iimplementing the New Economics Strategies for Community Organisations with Natalie Nicholles, of the NEF,will run this FREE Workshop for those who are familiar with the NEF thinking and learn ways to apply these into their daily work. Only 40 places so call Billy asap at his contact below.


 10am- 12noon

Wednesday 26th February

Waitemata Room, Level 4

Auckland Public Library

If you are new to NEF’s work, Natalie will be giving a public talk at an “Auckland Conversations” event at the Town Hall at 5.30pm that evening (Wednesday 26th Feb). So if you are unable to attend this workshop and want to hear her speak there is another opportunity.

The New Economics Foundation is the UK's leading think tank promoting social, economic and environmental justice. Their purpose is to bring about a Great Transition – to transform the economy so that it works for people and the planet.

 Natalie specializes in strategy development and social impact frameworks across criminal justice, the women’s sector, international development and social businesses. She has led NEF consulting’s work internationally, brokering partnerships in Australia, Thailand, Canada, Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa. Natalie is passionate about the potential for new business models to drive a new economy that maximizes the well-being of society within environmental limits.


Billy Matheson | Principal Advisor – Social Entrepreneurship
Auckland Strategy and Research
DDI (09) 365 3051 | Mobile (021) 688 770
Phone (09) 301 01 01 | Extn (49) 6051

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