Conference Content – WORKSHOPS 4 – Wednesday 20th April @ 13:30pm

4A: Lyttelton in the Midst of Chaos – the Role of Timebanking in Nurturing and Rebuilding: A Model for Communities Around New Zealand?
Margaret Jeffries, Lyttelton Timebank, New Zealand
Presentation for Workshop 4A
Workshop 4A Lyttelton in the Midst of Chaos

4B: Social Economy – The tools, challenges and lessons learnt in revitalising neighbourhoods
Conal McFeely, Creggan Enterprises, Derry, Ireland
Presentation for Workshop 4B
Workshop 4B Social Economy Conal McFeely

4C: Social Procurement: Benefits for Councils and Communities
Dr Ingrid Burkett, entrepreneur, community development worker, author and applied researcher, Brisbane, Australia
Presentation for Workshop 4C
Workshop 4C Social Procurement

4D: Social Enterprise 101: How a CED Approach could Rebuild a Sustainable, Resilient Christchurch
Lindsay Jeffs, Christchurch Small Business Enterprise Company, New Zealand
Presentation for Workshop 4D
Workshop 4D Social Enterpirse101

4E: Strengthening Communities through Microfinance and Strategic Partnerships
Te Aruhe Mio, AWHI Credit Union, New Zealand
Presentation for Workshop 4E
Workshop 4E Strengthening Communities through Microfinance and Strategic Partnerships by Te Aruhe Mio

4F: Social Enterprise for Future Independence
Malcolm Cameron, Malcam Charitable Trust, New Zealand
Presentation for Workshop 4F
Workshop 4F Social Enterprise for Future Independence by Malcolm Cameron

4G: How can shared social innovation workspaces and incubation help us grow?
Murray Sheard, Social Innovation Hub, Auckland, Ken Simpson, UNITEC
Workshop 4G How can Shared Social Innovation Workspaces and Incubation help us Grow