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Free trade, poverty, climate change and the future of the Pacific
27/10/2015
Event Date: 01/01/1970 12:00

Director General Dr Colin Tukuitonga explores the Pacific’s future

The issues of free trade, poverty, climate change and governance in the Pacific will be explored at this year’s Macmillan Brown Lecture. Dr Colin Tukuitonga, Director General of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), will speak on the future of Pacific regionalism at the University of Canterbury on Tuesday, 27 October.

Director of the Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, Professor Steven Ratuva says that this year’s lecture is an opportunity to find out more about the future of the Pacific, including New Zealand.

“Pacific regionalism presents significant opportunities and challenges. Dr Tukuitonga will discuss ideas on how regionalism can be appropriately defined and articulated and how a new reconfiguration can impact on the future of Pacific countries, including New Zealand.”

Dr Tukuitonga will examine some of the challenges of development, security and governance in a fast-changing Pacific and the role New Zealand can play. The Pacific is under pressure to work together as one region and Dr Tukuitonga will explore questions relating to what form regionalism should take, what direction it should follow and what collective agenda might be adopted.

As the former Chief Executive of the Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs, former Associate Professor in Public Health at the University of Auckland and former Director of Public Health at New Zealand’s Ministry of Health, Dr Tukuitonga has a wealth of knowledge about the issues confronting the Pacific. He now heads the SPC, a regional organisation with a membership that includes 22 Pacific island countries and four founding members: New Zealand, Australia, the United States and France.

‘The future of Pacific regionalism: Challenges and prospects’ will be held in the A3 Lecture Theatre at the University of Canterbury at 5.30pm on Tuesday 27 October. This event is free and open to the public.

 

For more information contact:

Professor Steven Ratuva, Director Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies

Phone: +64 3 364 2987 ext 3451 
[email protected]

Small business help
10/08/2015

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Take your opportunity and boost your income!! - Information about Uber
15/05/2015

Hi All

 

I have received the following information from Uber, a technology company that is about to launch here in Christchurch. Please read and share with your contacts: 

We're excited to be sharing more information with the Christchurch community about what Uber can offer.

Uber is an international company started in San Francisco, California. Now, Uber is about to launch in Christchurch!!

The Uber app is a free app that connects drivers with riders. As of March 26, 2015, the service was available in 55 countries and more than 300 cities worldwide.

We are attaching a basic outline of what Uber offers for drivers.

It is super flexible way to make money. Just coose your own hours and make money with your car!

For more info, please sign up http://t.uber.com/cmc .

We are also keen to share the deal we will be offering to riders, and we will send out some more information on this a bit closer to launch.

We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have. 
 
We are also running an information booth at Northlands Mall from tomorrow, 16 May, between 9am-6pm. Please encourage anyone interested to come there, or to see us at our office. 
 
Best Regards, and we look forward to being able to support the community through this effort.
 
 
 
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Flyer for CSBEC Migrant Small Business Course and Employment Seminar in 2015
28/01/2015

Hi 

 

I hope you had a lovely weekend with this beautiful weather we are having down here in Christchurch.

 

I have attached the flyer for our FREE Migrant Small Business Course and Employment seminar scheduled for February and March 2015.

Could you please forward this to your networks so that we can continue to support  and assist migrants in the community towards the Business Start Up and or gaining Employment.

 

Many thanks and regards,

 

 

Lulette Carnie

Programmes Manager

Christchurch Small Business Enterprise Centre

Telephone: (03) 366 9978 (Extension 2422)

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.csbec.org.nz

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Updated Flyer for Business Course
14/10/2014
Event Date: 01/01/1970 12:00

I have attached the updated flyer for our Business course that will commence on 20th October 2014.

It would be great if you can forward this to your clients and networks who can possibly benefit from our programmes.

 

Many thanks and have a good week  ahead.

 

Best regards,

 

Lulette Carnie

Business Development Consultant

Christchurch Small Business Enterprise Centre

Telephone: (03) 366 9978 (Extension 2422)

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.csbec.org.nz

 

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