The conference aims to inform and empower international student representatives so that, following the conference, they can return to their student communities as advocates, changemakers, and vessels of quality information. The workshops cover wide-ranging topics which include cultural dimensions in mental wellbeing, gender and diversity, and student advocacy. Key speakers and distinguished guests include The Hon Chris Hipkins (Minister of Education), Justin Lester (Mayor of Wellington), Ms Melissa Lee (Spokesperson for Ethnic Communities) and Professor Shanton Chang (Assistant International Dean, University of Melbourne).
The venue of the conference is located at Rutherford House, Victoria University of Wellington Pipitea Campus. Ticket sales are open and early bird tickets are available till 10th of August 2018. Participants can look forward to morning and afternoon tea, lunch and a networking and cocktail function at the end of the conference.
For further information, please visit www.nzisa.co.nz. To purchase your ticket, please visit www.nzisa-2018-conference.eventbrite.co.nz.
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