Upcoming Events



Post-CEO research trip refreshments and discussion event 

This year for her annual CEO research trip Wendy will attend the OECD Forum 2018 in Paris from 29 to 30 May. This year’s OECD Forum focuses on addressing three interconnected issues: International Co-operation, Inclusive Growth and Digitalisation. Wendy will then travel to London to complete two Executive Education Courses, ‘Global Macroeconomic Challenges’ and ‘Behavioural Economics and the Modern Economy’, at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She will also attend a number of how to: Academy events during her time in London. The insights from her research trip will inform the Institute’s upcoming Project 2058 book 2058: Options for New Zealands Future and the remainder of the 2018 work programme. If you are interested in hearing what Wendy’s insights from her trip, feel free to join us for post-research trip refreshments at our office on 26 June from 5pm. Please RSVP by June 24 to enquiries@mcguinnessinstitute.org with ‘RSVP to 26 June’ in the subject line.



Launch of Report 17 – Building a Reporting Framework Fit for Purpose 

This report will bring together the findings from our two surveys with what we can learn from national and international research. We aim to highlight key findings and make suggestions on how New Zealand might better use external reporting to drive foresight and strategy so that the country is better prepared for the future. The report will be launched at a public event at the McGuinness Institute, from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
RSVP by July 11 to reportingnz@mcguinnessinstitute.org



Landscape of climate change research in New Zealand lunchtime discussion event  

The Institute aims to host an event bringing together a range of people working in the area of climate change research in order to assess current work programmes. This lunchtime discussion event will cover the research intentions of key groups in the sector on climate change in the next two years in order to identify gaps, inform future priorities and maximise often limited research resources. The event will result in an illustration of the landscape of current and short-term future research on climate change in New Zealand. It will begin at 12.30pm, lasting for an hour. Currently this event is invitation only however please let us know if you would like to attend here: enquiries@mcguinnessinstitute.org

Other Events of Interest

If you know of an event that you think may be of interest to our readers, please do not hesitate to email us.

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To learn about previous workshops see here.