Nau mai ~ Welcome to the 2019 Weaving House Public Lecture Series
~ Her Voice is being held in Wānaka on the 12-13th April 2019 ~
A series of public lectures with New Zealand Women leaders and thinkers discussing the varied issues we have at major crossroads.
The focus is on Gender Equality and Human Rights issues, interwoven with topics and areas of life these women specialise.
The speakers come from a range of expertise with backgrounds and knowledge in politics, our environment, law, science, urban design, human rights, reproductive rights and health, economics, media, sporting, family and sexual violence, business and social development.
Each of our Weaving House 2019 speakers encompass women who nurture, hold and fortify more than one role in our communities. They are brave ~ they are a learned force.
Speakers are bringing their experiences, knowledge and critical thinking for todays challenges to help move us forward with haste ~ They will be describing essential ideas to outline where we need to be and how to get there ~ why we need to rapidly transform our way of viewing the world and how to support those efforts.
Speakers will be presenting those ‘dangerous ideas’ to provide simple and clear steps towards a collective future as a peaceful, equitable, sustainable nation and global community.
Our Program for ‘Her Voice’ 2019 is available ~ here ~
& Speakers Biographies are available ~ here ~
Tickets are available through EventFinda & start from $10 per series to $50 for the full two days ~ Each series has four speakers speaking for 20 minutes each, with questions from the audience. There is also a panel session & a quick round session with 8 speakers.
You’ll also find tickets & information for the Saturday evening show ~ an evening of clever, insightful & soothing entertainment.
You’ll also notice on the program other activities available to you ~ such as yoga & the Women’s market stall. & there will be cafes in town offering you a Gender Pay Gap discount for lunch with your ticket.
Tickets for the public lecture series ‘Her Voice’ available through EventFinda ~ here ~
Tickets to the Saturday show with The Fan Brigade are available at EventFinda ~ here ~
By the telling and retelling of Woman’s story, we weave and have Women Rising ~ We have all people rising ~
Words from the Mayor;
‘ Tēnā koutou and welcome to beautiful Wanaka. You have certainly chosen an inspirational setting for this marvellous meeting of minds. I congratulate the organisers for their offering of a such diverse range of speakers, I am sure everyone will find something to challenge their conceptions of the contemporary New Zealand woman. While you are here, be sure to step outside, take in our breathtaking views and meet some of our fabulous locals. Wanaka embraces guardianship and collaboration like few other small communities I’ve come across. We take pride in the sharing our paradise and hope that your conference can contribute to our goal of soaring creativity here in the Upper Clutha.
Jim Boult ONZM
Mayor of Queenstown Lakes District’
Find NZ women’s resources here on this website ~ or podcasts & books relating to issues of Gender Equality & even Gender Initiatives you can support or volunteer your time towards.
Follow The weaving House Facebook Page & you’ll find Gender Equality news from within Aotearoa New Zealand as well as events and information from organisations & individuals who work towards creating a greater Gender Equal world within Aotearoa.
& follow the particularly busy Twitter feed where you’ll find information on Gender issues from within NZ and around our world each day.
The Weaving House believes Gender Equality is a precondition for peace, for the eradication of poverty, for sustainable & equitable development and for the protection of our environment. That Sustainable Development Goal 5 #SDG5 ~ Gender Equality, is integral for the success of all 17 #SDGs
~ That Gender Equality is keystone ~
Always looking forward to the future & working with you to achieving Gender Equality and a peaceful world.
The Weaving House A Home-Woven initiative dedicated & Weaving for Gender Equality & Human Rights. The art of weaving. The Weaving House. Wānaka Aotearoa – New Zealand
A lovely portion of the Art work of The Weaving House is produced by Sarah Aslin