We're excited to let you know that applications for our second ever delegation to the IMF and World Bank Annual Meetings are now open!
We'll be choosing a small group of young Kiwis to head to the conference, which will be taking place in Bali, Indonesia this year.
Get your application in by midnight, Friday 31 August.
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We're excited to announce our first ever Aotearoa-based event - a Leadership Lunch with Barry Coates!
Tickets are on sale now - get in quick because they're limited! For more info, check out our events page here.
We're excited to announce we have a vacancy for a new trustee! We're looking for a passionate and motivated person to come on board (literally), support us and champion what we do. To keep the age balance required by our trust deed, we're after a wonderful individual who's preferably under 30 years of age.
Find more details about this role here.
Earlier this year, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women conference in New York thanks to AYLI.
Since then, my eyes have been opened to how we can still engage with the United Nations and international community from afar. Just this week, I prepared an oral statement which (despite technical difficulties) was read to the United Nations Committee on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) at its 70th session in Geneva.
“During the painfully long and exhausting eighteen-hour flight back to Auckland, I had plenty of time to reflect on the 42nd session of the World Heritage Committee in Manama, Bahrain.”
This broken wheel that is World Heritage needs to be remade.
“The Heritage List is not a beauty contest.” - Australian delegation. Haha yeah right!