Waitangi Day Charity Dinner and NZer of the Year Awards

Written by The NZBWN Crew.

bron_mid_shot_2On Friday, 10 February 2012 the New Zealand Society will be hosting the Waitangi Day Charity Dinner at one of the most spectacular Livery Halls in the City of London: Plaisterers' Hall at One London Wall.

In addition to hosting the New Zealand High Commissioner, and other special guests, we will also have the three finalists of the UK New Zealander of the Year Award 2012 at the Dinner.  The European Regional Manager of Air New Zealand will be announcing the winner of the Award who (courtesy of Air New Zealand) will receive free return travel for two from the UK to New Zealand.  Following the formal dinner, there will be dancing and a cash bar available.

All net proceeds from the Waitangi Day Charity Dinner, as well as the Charity Raffle to be held during the evening, will go to the New Zealand Society's Charity Fund. 

The evening will be a formal affair, with ladies in evening wear and gentlemen in black tie.  

The Waitangi Day Charity Dinner is the most prestigious event of the New Zealand calendar in the UK and the surroundings of Plaisterers' Hall are simply breathtaking, making the evening a truly memorable event.   

Numbers are strictly limited for this event, and tickets are available as follows: Members (£115), Non-Members (£130) and Tables of 10 (£1,150).  To book, please click here.


Our Founder, Bronwen Horton, has been nominated for the UK New Zealander of the Year Award 2012

The UK New Zealander of the Year Award for 2012 is given by the New Zealand Society (and the prize awarded courtesy of Air New Zealand) to the person whom, in the judging panel's opinion, has made the most outstanding contribution to promoting the interests of New Zealand or New Zealanders in the UK.

We are delighted to announce that the finalists for the 2012 Award are (in alphabetical order):

- Bronwen Horton
- Kent Gardner
- Paul Kendrick.

The winner of the Award will be announced by the European Regional Manager of Air New Zealand at the Waitangi Day Charity Dinner (see above).

SOLD OUT - Celebrating Success in 2011 – Christmas with Marilyn Waring

UPDATE: 31 Oct - Event SOLD OUT - Please click here to go on the Waiting List

Christmas is a time to come together and celebrate so with this in mind The New Zealand Business Women’s Network has the pleasure of inviting you to a special Christmas dinner and evening with Marilyn Waring.

To kick start your festive season and to experience a hidden gem in Mayfair owned by New Zealander Russell Cameron please join us for a truly magical Christmas event and be inspired by Marilyn as she reflects on ‘The Business of International Development Assistance: my work in 2011’.

When: Monday 21 November welcome drink from 6.30pm official start 7pm – 10pm

Where: Truc Vert 42 North Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 6ZR

What: Welcome drink on arrival, 2 course meal (additional wine and dessert selection additional extra)

Ticket: £27 and places are strictly limited

Dress: a theme of Christmas Silver and Gold so feel free to dress up

Email Us if: you have any dietary requirements please ensure you’ve communicated this to us to ensure you’re catered for on the evening by clicking here.

Business cards: essential for the door prize. We will be extremely strict with this. If you don’t have a card please have one made

To Book: Click Here

 

Introducing Marilyn

_MG_0456Dr Marilyn Waring is known internationally for her groundbreaking work in political economy, development assistance and human rights, and for her classic work,Counting for Nothing - what men value and what women are worth.

In New Zealand she is a distinguished public intellectual, a leading feminist thinker, and an environmentalist. She served 3 terms in New Zealand’s parliament after election at the age of twenty-three. Professor Waring works in the Institute of Public Policy at AUT University, focusing on the supervision of post graduate theses.

She has been a Member of the Board of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, the Councils of Creative New Zealand and Massey University, the QEII National Trust and the Institute of Judicial Studies. She is currently a member of the Boards of the Association of Women in Development (AWID) and the Canadian Index of Well Being.

She is passing through London on her way to Glasgow, where she is to receive an Honorary Doctorate for her contribution to 'International Feminism and Female Human Rights'.

 

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