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ANA Conference 2017 eUpdate 8: March 2017

Wednesday, March 22, 2017   Posted in: Conferences By: Administrator With tags: physical activity, nutrition, conferences

The early bird registration closing date is fast approaching - you won't want to miss the chance to save $70 and be in to win your registration back!

Beehive Live: Not another boring political chat show

The Beehive.2017 is election year - are you prepared?

In 2015 we had a debate, this year we are having a fun political chat show! Chaired by Voice Arts director Nicola Pauling. This light-hearted and engaging, ‘7 days’ like session will be a fun end to the conference! Keep a watch on the conference website and conference e-update as more details to come.

We need your help! This is your oppourtunity to help inform the structure of the panel discussion. Please send us quotes, photos or questions you wish to see apart of this new exciting political discussion. 

Please send your ideas to ANA's new health promotion manager Alison Pask (alison[at]ana.org.nz).

Updated programme for the Conference

The updated programme now has:

  • 2 keynotes
  • 8 guest speakers
  • 9 plenary sessions
  • 20 concurrent sessions
  • 9 workshops 

Spoilt for choice ...

View the latest programme for the ANA Conference.

5 reasons to join us in May

  1. Access to incredible speakers: Rub shoulders with the experts and learn from grass roots facilitators...
  2. Find solutions to your health promotion problems: Healthy schools, healthy whānau, healthy workplaces, healthy communities and food security...
  3. Engage in your professional community: Network with the best, catch up and make career changing connections...
  4. Learn something new: Ride an e-bike, learn how to co-design, get physically literate, and understand the how of eating…
  5. Reboot yourself and your workplace: Return fired up and ready to go!

Closing Speaker: Nikki Bezzant

Nikki Bezzant.

Niki Bezzant is a writer, speaker, editor and commentator. She is passionate about food, healthy eating and food culture, marketing and policy.

As founding editor (now editor-at-large) of Healthy Food Guide magazine, a columnist for the Herald on Sunday and a frequent contributor to broadcast media, she has extensive knowledge of modern media and consumer attitudes to healthy eating.

Find out more about Nikki Bezzant.

Beehive Live Moderator: Nicola Pauling

Nicola Pauling is a performer, group facilitator and the artistic director of Voice Arts.

She leads the development and delivery of projects that use participatory performance art to engage those who are marginalized, isolated or without a strong voice; projects that support people to tell their own stories in their own voice; projects that support social justice, wellbeing, personal and community development.

Find out more about Nicola Pauling.

Only 2 days left before prize draw closes

Register before Friday 24th March and you could be in to win your registration back!

Register online now for the early bird discount.

To be eligible for the prize draw delegates must have registered for a full conference registration and paid in full by Friday 24th March 2017. The winner will be notified Tuesday 28th March.


Visit the 2017 Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa Conference website.

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