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2016 DSI Symposium
 Programme

College of Creative Arts, Massey University Wellington, July 2016

Day 1 - Wednesday 13th July

The art of acting, working and thinking as a collective.

How might we build a creative, inclusive, and inspiring Aotearoa New Zealand?

8.00 Arrival and registrations

Level C, Te Ara Hihiko, Block 12, Massey University Wellington

9.00 Session 1: “Welcome”

  • Keriata Stuart (Waiti Research) and Noel Brown (DNA)
  • Anna Brown (Massey University) and Gareth Parry (PwC)

10.30 Morning break

11.00 Session 2: “ Our Context”

Level B Theatre

Striking a Note for Day 2:

  • Christian Penny (Toi Whakaari)
  • David Hanna (Wesley Community Action)

12.00 Lunchtime Table Topics
Level C Gallery

  • Massey University Grad Team

1.30 Session 3: “Our Opportunity”

Level D Studios

Short Talks:

  • Service Design for Collaborative Housing - Paola Trapani (Creative Industries, UNITEC)
  • Mana Motuhake - Noel Brown (DNA)
  • Homelessness - Simon Tendeter (WCC)
  • Child Abuse and Neglect - Debra Morris-Travis (Greens/Child Advocate)

Skills Share:

  • Empathy- Josie Wilson (SKIP)
  • Ngā Uri Ō - Dayna Carter (Lifehack)
  • Prototyping - D’Arcy Dalzell, Mondi Jera (Think Place)
  • Operating Model - Emma Raymond (Deloitte)

3.00 Afternoon break

3.30 Session 4: “Emerging Themes”
Community of Practice Panel:

  • Anna Brown (Massey University)
  • Adithi Pandit (Deloitte)
  • Desna Whaanga-Schollum (Ngā Aho)
  • Jo Hartigan (The Policy Project)
  • Ed Strafford (MEd)

Key Note Listener:

  • Jim Scully (ThinkPlace)

5.15 Session 5: “Social Session”

Food, drinks and music

Level C Gallery

7.00 Finish

Day 2: Thursday 14th July

The ethics of designing about people, for people, and with people.

And then what happens?

8.00 Arrival and registrations

Level C Gallery

9.00 Session 6: “Pushing Boundaries”

Level B Theatre

  • Welcome back:
    Anna Brown (Massey University) and Gareth Parry (PwC)
  • Social Process and Mindfulness Exercise:
    Billy Matheson (Enspiral) and Keriata Stuart (Public Health Association)

Striking a Note for Day 2:

  • Tamati Kruger (Ngāi Tūhoe, Iwi Chairman) and Kirsti Luke (Ngāi Tūhoe, CEO)

10.30 Morning break

11.00 Session 7: “Skills Bus Stops”

Level D and E Studios

  • Future Police - Angela Clothier (Police Innovation Lab)
  • Partnerships - Gina Rembe (Lifehack) and Clark Todd (Sovereign)
  • Tohatoha (Growing Co-design capability with Whānau) - Angie Tangaere (The Southern Initiative)
  • Road Testing Communications - Diane Livingston (Wellington Free Ambulance)
  • Ethics Bus Stop - Lee Ryan (Springboard Ideas)

12.00 Lunchtime Table Topics

  • Massey University Grad Team

1.30 Session 8: “Design Surgeries”

Level D and E Studios

  • Dissecting a live innovation: the ethics of working with and for parents in Waitākere - Kelly Ann McKercher and Kataraina Davis (InnovateChange)
  • Social Investment - Emma Raymond (Deloitte)
  • Co-designing the Shift project for young women in Wellington - Fran McEwen (WCC)
  • Future Police - Angela Clothier (Police Innovation Lab)    
  • Family Violence Prevention - Justine Pivac-Solomon (MSD)

  • Kid Power - Andre Whittaker and Jacqui Southey (UNICEF)
  • Ethics Lab - Elizabeth Goodwin (Connect and Co) and Penny Hagan (Smallfire)

3.00 Afternoon break

Session 9: “Completion”

Level C Studios

  • Report back from the Ethics Lab - Mondi Jera (ThinkPlace) and Noel Brown (DNA)
  • Keynote Listeners - Gina Rembe (Lifehack) and Clark Todd (Sovereign)
  • Invitation to Ongoing Participation - Billy Matheson (Enspiral)
  • Closing Circle - everyone!

5.30 Finish

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