Broadcaster John Campbell in conversation with five students from intermediate schools in Auckland about their expectations for civil society in 2030.
The first session of The Civics and Media Project Workshop 2, held in Auckland on 27 October, was an engaging conversation between Broadcaster John Campbell and five students from intermediate schools in Auckland about how they see New Zealand in the future. The purpose of the workshop was to address the question: ‘What will a well-informed, civically-engaged New Zealand look like in 2030?’ The children’s insights helped shape the vision: To ensure all New Zealanders in 2030 have an accurate understanding of the world they live in, and the ability and skills to bring about change.
In the image below we share with you some of the outstanding quotes from the session. You can read more highlights from the conversation here. To learn more about workshop 2 – see the summary here.
About Civics and Media Project
The purpose of the project is to inform and encourage public discourse and engagement regarding civics and media, with the ultimate aim of informing decisions by individuals, industry and institutions across society. The project is an initiative the institute is working on with Victoria University of Wellington, the University of Auckland, New Zealand On Air, the Royal Society of New Zealand, and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage. To learn more see the Civics and Media Project website.