Registrations open for 2012

Registrations for NetHui 2012 – New Zealand’s most diverse and inclusive Internet conference – are now open! Registrations cost a low $40 including GST. The conference is being held at Auckland’s SkyCity Convention Centre from 11 – 13 July.

If you’re interested in taking part in collaborative, community-led discussions on the impact of the Internet and how it is influencing and shaping our society, we’d love to have you along.

All sectors and communities with an interest in the Internet are welcome to attend. There’s something for everyone in the packed programme, with approximately 36 discussion and education sessions, keynote addresses at the start of each day, and an ‘Un-Conference’ on the third afternoon.

Panel sessions on important Internet issues will focus on the digital divide, open government, and making the most of economic and creative opportunities online. Discussion sessions will include digital copyright, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, Internet accessibility and human rights, online safety and security, online health services, the future of education, empowering artists and content producers and more.

As well as extending the length of the panels, a stream of ‘get to know the basics’ sessions have been included to help interested participants to widen their understanding of Internet-related topics. There are even more networking opportunities and we are working with other groups to bring some great associated events targeting innovation and creativity.

The conference is expected to fill up quickly and we encourage you to register as early as possible to avoid missing out.

One Response to “Registrations open for 2012”

  1. As NZ’s Educational Video Streaming Service, eTV would be interested in presenting if appropriate or participating on a Panel in the Education Stream. eTV is the largest on demand and live streaming video service in NZ
    We deliver through the ORCON Velocix CDN on the commodity internet and directly connect into KAREN and EduNet.
    We now reach educational institutions with a total student role of 250,000.