CID Conference and AGM 2017

2017 CID Annual Conference

What does the future NGO look like?

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Emele Duituturaga, CEO of PIANGO (Pacific Islands Association of NGOs)







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Keynote speaker Paul Ronalds, CEO of Save the Children Australia

The end of the golden age for international NGOs?

Speech transcript









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Creative disruption and how to make it work

Message from Rod Drury, CEO of Xero







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Expert panel discussion: How to disrupt a sector - and for the right reasons

Hosted by Pattrick Smellie

Panel: Chris Clarke, former CEO of World Vision

John McLeod, Senior Consultant, JBWere Philanthropic Services

Paul Ronalds

Vivien Maidaborn, CEO UNICEF New Zealand

Maria Robertson Deputy Chief Executive, Department of Internal Affairs

Dr Jacqueline Parisi Creator of ‘Impact Effect’ and Director, International Development, VSA 



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Workshop: the Evolving model of the NGO

Localisation, private sector actors, and changes in donor behaviour

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Plus sessions on advocacy and development policy in 2017

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Including presentations from: 

Paula Feehan (Oxfam), Carsten Bockemuehl (World Vision), and Shona Jennings (ChildFund NZ).

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 John Page of SportsNZ speaking on governance in the NGO Sector

Click to see:

Governance material

Online Governance 101 course on the Sports NZ ‘Sporttutor' platform

Summary document outlining all Sports NZ resources and tools on governance



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As well as Jo Spratt, 







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Angela Wilton,









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John Leeves of Tonkin and Taylor. 










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Click here to see a gallery of photos from the day

Photos courtesy of Janie Walker

Also of interest: important documents, including the 2017 Annual Report and its predecessors, as well as the CID Code of Conduct and 2013-17 Strategy