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The hugely exciting and significant partnership between The Wellington Academy and their sponsor Wellington College and humanutopia's involvement in bringing their young people together. Also see the highlights from our student leadership conference at The Sunday Times Festival of Education at Wellington College on 21st June.
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Rei, a.k.a Callum Rei McDougall, is a 21-year-old Hip Hop artist from Wellington, New Zealand. Rei fell in love with rapping and producing during his 5 years singing in the Wellington College Chorale. This choirboy-turned-rapper has just finished his degree in Marketing and Te Reo Maori at Victoria University. His music is strongly influenced by his bi-cultural identity, being a New Zealander of Pākeha (European) and Māori descent. This is represented through his Huia feather logo, which is a Māori symbol of mana (prestige) and rangatiratanga (chieftanship). He aims to create a global Hip Hop sound, which exhibits his South Pacific background and also transcends cultural barriers. His music mixes elements of Hip Hop, R...
Doug is joined by Wellington Chen, the executive director of the Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corporation. The discussion covers how Chinatown was affected by 9/11 and what improvements are being made to build the area back up. (Taped: 3/4/2008) City Talk is CUNY TV 's forum for politics and public affairs. City Talk presents lively discussion of New York City issues, with the people that help make this city function. City Talk is hosted by Professor Doug Muzzio, co-director of the Center for the Study of Leadership in Government and the founder and former director of the Baruch College Survey Research Unit, both at Baruch College's School of Public Affairs. Watch more at www.cuny.tv/show/citytalk
While this concept is well known overseas, the first ever Open Street event in New Zealand rocked out to the sound of Wellington Batucada one sunny afternoon in September. Living Streets Aotearoa in partnership with Wellington Regional Council, transformed a couple of downtown streets for the afternoon. Hundreds of people on foot, bikes, skateboards and rollerblades, enjoyed music, food, parkour, dance and games- all adding to the car--free fun.
Bart Markus, General Partner of Wellington Partners, gives an outstanding talk about the Art of Investing in Cleantech Startups at Ecosummit 2012. Bart admits that being a successful Cleantech VC is a big challenge as Cleantech startups usually are very capital intensive and need a long time to develop until investors can exit. However, there are a number of success factors that Bart manages when advising his portfolio. One of them is having the best management team in place in every phase of the startup process. Another one is being 100% customer-centric because without solving real problems of customers revenue growth isn't possible. Bart is a very smart and funny investor ready to share his experience and investment strategy. Now you can enjoy Bart on Ecosummit TV.
Peaceful protesters assaulted as they sat on the steps of their parliament.
What makes a partnership successful? The recipients of Arts Access Aotearoa's Big 'A' CQ Hotels Wellington Community Partnership Award 2012 talk about the mutual benefits of working in partnership to provide mentoring, exhibition opportunities and a career path for rangatahi (youth) in South Auckland. Listen to Sarah Longbottom (Nga Rangatahi Toa), John Eaden (Artstation) and Grant Thompson (MIT School of Visual Arts).
The Local Immigration Partnership (LIP) is designed to help new immigrants settle to new life in Canada and more specifically Guelph and the Wellington County. To learn more about LIP, click on the link below: http://guelphwellingtonlip.ca/ OIA links: Website -- www.studentlife.uoguelph.ca/oia Facebook Page -- http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002643612044
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