NetHui Youth Forum

Collaborative Notes: Youth Forum

Nethui Youth Forum is a place for young people to learn more about Internet issues and have their voice heard about the Internet in New Zealand. Whether you have strong opinions about net neutrality, or aren’t sure what that even means, come along to NetHui’s Youth Forum where we will help you to both understand and voice your opinions on the big “Internet issues”.

NetHui Youth Forum is a one day part of NetHui 2013 being held on Monday 8 July. It is being developed primarily for 16-21 year olds interested in the Internet and the impacts and opportunities it has on our lives today.  Registration is strictly limited to allow for a dynamic and interactive day based on attendees interests. All NetHui Youth Forum attendees are encouraged to attend as part of NetHui, which continues on 9 & 10 July, and meet people from all parts of NZ with all kinds of interests to share and think about how we can make the Internet work  best for New Zealand and us all.

Youth Forum Programme

9am: Session One: What is the Internet and how does it affect our lives?

1030am Morning tea

1050am: Exploring Impacts: the Internet and Education, Society, Entertainment (3 half hour sessions)

1230-130pm: Lunch

130pm: Session Three: Barcamp/ Workshop 

330pmAfternoon Tea


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