Philanthropy Summit 2019: Keynotes


Please note these videos should not be shared outside the PNZ member hub.


Various speakers have requested that their keynotes are not to be shared publicly, but are happy for these to be available to our members. Those that are happy to have their keynotes shared, will be made public in the coming months through the PNZ youtube channel.


Futurist Panel: Shamubeel Eaqub, Prof Tahu Kukutai, Matthew Monahan, Rod Oram. 

Panel of futurists on people, planet, money and technology



[ VIEW POWERPOINT- Tahu Kukutai ]
[ VIEW POWERPOINT  - Matthew Monahan ]




Ani Mikaere Te Kāhui Whakatupu Mātauranga, Te Wānanga o Raukawa.
Undoing colonialism to do good: building constructive relationships between philanthropy and tangata whenua

John McCarthy The Tindall Foundation.  
Responding to the challenge and invitation at Ōtaki – First steps towards a new approach to supporting Māori aspirations


Vu Le
Breaking down walls: how charities and funders can work together to end injustice


Sir Stephen Tindall The Tindall Foundation.

Building trust in the Māori world


Mary Ann Thompson-Frenk The Memnosyne Institute.  
Apathy is the enemy of peace. Empathy is your power 


Anjum Rahman Islamic Women’s Council of New Zealand.
Turangawaewae: finding a place to stand


Jennifer Gill Foundation North. 
Titiro whakamuri, anga whakamua: looking back to look forward


Dr Jane Goodall Jane Goodall Institute.
Rewind the future: making a difference through philanthropy Rewind the future: making a difference through philanthropy



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