Brain Food Integrity Forums Wellington

Old Government Building, 55 Lambton Quay, Pipitea, Wellington, New Zealand Map

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Bring your lunch, and feed your brain. Listen, think and talk about about ethical topical issues.

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12 Sep 2019, 12:30pm-1:30pm

$40.00

Organised Crime and Fraud

Old Government Building, 55 Lambton Quay, Lecture Room 3, Ground Floor

Who is doing the crime? Are they doing the time? Insights into the modern underworld - what are they doing, who are they targeting and what actions are being taken to reduce their impact on people, businesses and communities. Hear from the Serious Fraud Office and the National Organised Crime Group about current and emerging organised crime and serious fraud in New Zealand. Bring your lunch.

Presenters:

Paul O’Neill, General Counsel, Serious Fraud Office New Zealand. Paul has been General Counsel at SFO since 2016. He also worked as Head of Enforcement at the Financial Markets Authority and in private practice as a litigator at law firms in both New Zealand and London.

Detective Superintendent Greg Williams, leader of the National Organised Crime Group, NZ Police.

3 Oct 2019, 12:30pm-1:30pm

$40.00

Old Government Building, 55 Lambton Quay, Lecture Room 3, Ground Floor

Economic and political geography is re-aligning. New Zealand is close to the action, and close to risks. How can we maintain our reputation and values of integrity, fairness and pragmatism whilst making the most of our opportunities? Hear from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and an independent highly respected expert.

Presenters: Vangelis Vitalis, Deputy Secretary Trade and Economic, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Colin Keating, former Permanent Representative of NZ to the United Nations, Senior Research Fellow Columbia University, former Executive Director of Security Council Report.

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10 Oct 2019, 12:30pm-1:30pm

$40.00

Old Government Building, 55 Lambton Quay, Lecture Room 3, Ground Floor

Most people who think about this topic sit on and off fences, wanting to enable freedom of expression, but not wanting the result to be discriminatory or dangerous. This is an opportunity to think more deeply than clickbait. Hear different points of view and offer your view in respectful discussion.

Presenters: Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Massey University, and Liam Hehir, Partner, Fitzherbert Rowe Lawyers, and regular blogger on this and other social topics.

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Prices are in NZD and include GST.

Who’s this ticket for?

Continuing Professional Development

If you want a CPD Certificate please tick the box below. Registration will be checked outside the lecture room.