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MONDAY 7th FEBRUARY 2011

TIME

EVENT

VENUE AUT City Campus

8.00am – 8.45am

8.50am

Registration

Walk to Marae from WF building

42 Wakefield Street, Level 7, WF Building,

9.00am – 09.25am

Powhiri

Nga Wai O Horotiu Marae, AUT University, City Campus, (Corner St. Paul St., and Symonds St.)

9.30am – 10.55am

Keynote address: Dr. Lynette Reid

Keynote address: Dr. Carla Houkamau

‘People who need people…are the luckiest people in the world': Views of ‘career' by Maori.

Transformations and diversity among Maori: Lessons from the MMICE (The Multi-Dimensional Model of Maori Identity and Cultural Engagement)

11.00am – 11.15am

Morning tea

Level 7, WF Building, 42 Wakefield St.

11.20am – 12.50pm

Concurrent sessions

Level 7 lecture rooms, WF Building,

Monday 7th February - morning session

 

Stream 1

Management, Leadership and Diversity

VENUE: WF 713

Stream 9

Views from the edge: advancing diversity, equality and inclusion

VENUE: WF 710

Stream 5

Gender Equality in University Employment

VENUE: WF 714

Stream 6

Playing Field: Forget it – This is Sport

VENUE: WF 702

11.20am

Nightingale, Christine

An Investigation of Influence as a Leadership Task among Equity and Diversity Professionals in the Higher education Sector

Myers, Barbara

Older women: Travelling and working at the Edge

Wroblewski, Angela

Experiences with Gender Equity Policies in Austria

Holland, Palmer, Leberman and Walker

The Browning of NZ Sport

11.50am

Tobsch, Verena

Germany's Next Top Manager: Does Personality Explain the Gender Career Gap?

Elley-Brown, Marie

Using Career Narrative to Examine a High Achieving New Zealand Women's Career

Rowstron, Kirsty

Japanese and Australian Academic Gender Equity Policies: A Statistical Evaluation

Schulenkorf, Nico and Sugden, John

Sport for Reconciliation and Peace

12.20pm

Sagebiel, Felizitas; Hendrix, Ulla; Schrettenbrunner, Christine; Von Winterfeld, Uta; Wane, Selly

Gendered Leadership Practices In Science and Technology Organisations?

Mooney, Shelagh

How Did We Get Here and Why Did We Stay? An Intersectional Approach to Career Journeys

Van den Brink, Marieke

‘We are just stubborn academic leaders': The Reception of feminist Research in the Academic Organisation

Hager, Debbie

2011 RWC an equal opportunities sporting event?


1.00-1.50 pm Lunch WF building , 7 th Floor

2 .00 -2.50 pm Keynote address: Dr. Judy McGregor WE 230, School of Art & Design , St Pauls St.

Standing on the precipice - how to rekindle new thinking about equality, diversity and inclusion'.

3.00 -3.15pm Afternoon Tea WF building , 7 th floor, 42 Wakefield St.

Monday 7th February - after lunch session

 

Stream 1

Management, Leadership and Diversity

VENUE: WF 713

Stream 9

Views from the edge: advancing diversity, equality and inclusion

VENUE: WF 710

Stream 8

Sing, Pray, Shout my Ethnicity: Staff complexities in education, human resource management & training

VENUE: WF 714

Stream 2

International perspectives on Diversity and Equality at Work

VENUE: WF 702

3.20pm

Ponce-Pura, Maria Perpetua

Diversity and Inclusion: A Case Study of Senior Management Perceptions

Hawarden, Rosanne

Conceptualising the Queen Bee: Highly Connected Women Directors through the Glass Ceiling

Pio, Edwina Tipuna, Kitea Parker, Lorraine Naera Agnes Rasheed, Ali

Enduring Ethnicity: University Staff Perceptions in Multi Ethnic New Zealand

Roan, Amanda

Work and Care in Oman: Developing an Analytical Framework

3.50pm

Duncan, Heather

Exploring Gender Differences in Support and Professional Development Needs of School Principals

Laneyrie, Francis and Mercier, Fern

Scholars, Lightbearers and Keepers of Wisdom; Senior Academic Women in Management

Tupou, Holvena

Addressing Pacific Island Cultural Values in Training and Development

Subramaniam, Geeta & Ershad, Ali

Flexible Working Arrangement, Women and Work-A Malaysian Perspective

4.20pm

Stream 1 Discussion

Faifua, Denise

Sociology of Group Studies of Equity and Diversity Management in University Situation Settings

Hansell-Rasmussen, Pollyanna

Training and education for Pacifica Entrepreneurs: A matter of Well Being

Khoreva, Violetta

Employees' Perceptions of Gender Inequality in Society and in Employment: The Paradox of Disappearance



5.15pm – 6.30pm

6.30pm


7.00pm-7.30 pm

Welcome reception WF building, Level 8

Departure for conference dinner venue: Mecca restaurant , Viaduct basin (Dinner included in conference fees)

Dinner commences




TUESDAY 8th FEBRUARY 2011

TIME

EVENT

VENUE

9.00am – 9.50am

Keynote address

Professor Mustafa Ozbilgin

‘Returning (to) the Voice: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Individuals in the Armed Forces'

WE 230 lecture theatre

School of Art & Design , St Pauls St.

10.00am – 10.15am

Morning tea

Level 7, WF building



 

Stream 8

Sing, Pray, Shout my Ethnicity: Staff complexities in education, human resource management & training

VENUE: WF 713

Stream 7

Panel Discussion

Effective Strategies: Current Challenges

VENUE: WF 710

Stream 5

Gender Equality in University Employment

VENUE: WF 711

Stream 3

Sexuality within organisations: Diversity issues and the workplace experiences of LGBT people

VENUE: WF 714

10.20am

Showunmi, Victoria

The ‘Black Experience' in a Higher Education

PANEL DISCUSSION 10.20-11.20am

Philippa Reed

EEO Trust, NZ

Effective Strategies: Current challenges

Faifua, Denise

Measuring the Success of Tenured Female Academics

Roberts, Simon

Exploring How Gay Men Manage their Social Identities in the Workplace-the Internal Dimension of Identity

10.50am

Sang, Kate

First Generation Female Migrant Professors

David Ruebain

NZ Equality Challenge Unit, UK

Effective Strategies: Current challenges

Tsouroufli, Maria

Breaking in and Going Out-Feminist Academic Interrupted

Molina, Marilyn

Transgender: Noticed and Unprotected in the Workplace

11.20am

Graham, Maxine

Grow Up and Thrive for the Days Destined to You

Hegland, Jane

Finding and Minding the Gaps-Gender and Work at a Rural University

Pringle, Judith & Giddings, Lynne

Heteronormativity:

Revealing the Unseen



12.00pm – 1.20pm

12.15-1.20 pm

1.25pm-2.55pm

Lunch, WF Building, Level 7

Feminist academic's workshop WF Building, Level 7, 713

Concurrent Sessions WF Building, Level 7


Tuesday 8th February - after lunch session

 

Stream 7

Equality in Practice

VENUE: WF 713

Stream 9

Views from the edge: advancing diversity, equality and inclusion

VENUE: WF 710

Stream 5

Gender Equality in University Employment

VENUE: WF 711

Stream 2

International perspectives on Diversity and Equality at Work

VENUE: WF 714

1.25pm

Gut, Ursula

An Unpaved Road for Leadership for Women in Science and Engineering in Switzerland

Payne, Deborah

Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Women and Work

May, Robyn, Strachan, Glenda, Broadband, Kay and Peetz, David

Gender Dimensions for Casualisation in Australian Universities

Klarsfeld, Alain

Introduction: Comparing Diversity management and Equal Treatment Policies across Countries

1.55pm

Nightingale, Christine

The Experiences of Disabled Staff in the British Lifelong Learning Sector

Harwood, Susan

Advancing the Gender Agenda in the Pacific-the Complexity, Plurality and Messiness of Gendering Development Dollars for Women at the Edge

Neale, Jenny

Fixed Research Contracts for Women in the Social Sciences at NZ universities

Mease, Jennifer

US American Diversity Professionals: Defining Diversity thru (sic) the Business Case

2.25pm

Barrett, Mary & Strachan, Glenda*

Informal Flexibility? Issues for accountants Working Part-time in Small Firms

McPherson, Mervyl, Ieti Lima,

Charis Brown

Specifically Pacific: engaging young workers

Jones, Deborah, Reilly, Amanda, Krisjanous, Jayne and Vasquez, Carla Rey

Business As usual? Women Staff in Commerce Programs


3.00pm – 3.15pm

Afternoon tea, WF building, Level 7,


- late afternoon session

 

Stream 7

Equality in Practice

VENUE: WF 713

Stream 9 & Stream 5

Views from the edge: advancing diversity, equality and inclusion

VENUE: WF 711

Stream 2

International perspectives on Diversity and Equality at Work

VENUE: WF 710

3.15pm

Serghini-Idrissi, Aicha

Employee Performance and Diversity Practices

Nguyen, Huong

Privileged and Marginalised: Asian Immigrant Academics in New Zealand

Daya, Preeya

An Investigation into the Democratic and Cultural Transformation of South African Organisations

3.45pm

Greenwood, Gaye

Transcending Conflict; A Review of Processes for Mediating Workplace Relationship Problems that Involve Issues of Diversity in Aotearoa New Zealand

Ressia, Susan

Searching for work in Australia: the Intersection of Gender and race

Hopkins, Benjamin

Inclusion of a Diverse Workforce in the UK

4.15pm

Strachan, Glenda

The

‘feminisation' of universities? The case of Australia


4.45pm – 5.15pm

6.15pm ferry check-in

6.30pm departure

11pm return ferry

Closing session

Optional

Level 7, WF Building

Farewell Dinner, Casita Miro vineyard, Waiheke Island



WEDNESDAY 9th FEBRUARY 2011

TIME

EVENT

VENUE

Check-in 8.30am

9.00am – 4.50pm

Optional visit to Tiritiri Matangi

(conservation island)

Via Ferry leaves Pier 4 ,


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