Nov 10, 2020
This is the full 7 hours of audio from the Conference held on 4 November 2020 called "Responding to COVID-19 – how might we #buildbackbetter?".
The 2020 Charity Law, Accounting, and Regulation Conference was the third annual conference which brings together perspectives from professionals, charities, and government on key issues relating to the charities sector, covered the following topics with the time of the episode indicated for easy navigating:
01:53 Karakia, Welcome by Peter Vial and Matthew Harding
29:52 Opening Address by The Hon Justice Stephen Kós
49:58 Charities and Business: Sustainability or Distraction from the Cause? With Murray Baird, Stuart Donaldson, Fiona Martin and Andrew Phillips
1:32:29 How to be Sustainable when Asset Rich and Cash Poor with Bruce Anderson
1:46:55 Trust v Foundations and their sustainable interrelationships with Tim Watts
2:05:26 Charities Law Reform with Tai Ahu, Sue Barker, Jane Norton and Mihiarangi Piripi
2:55:44 Statements of Service Performance With Craig Fisher, Henry McClintock, Sharon Orr and Joanne Scott
3:40:47 When is it Time to Call it Quits with Craig Fisher
4:09:02 Collaborations, mergers and practical considerations of closing down with Steven Moe, Craig Fisher and Scott Moran
4:56:40 Impact Investing and how it can sustain Charities with Steven Moe, James Palmer, Rebekah Swan and David Woods
5:39:23 NZ Accounting Standards Update with Anthony Heffernan
6:30:10 Debate: Has the Concept of Charity had its day? With Jennifer Batrouney QC, David Gilchrist, Matthew Harding, Ross Hickey, Stephen Reilly and Jarrod Walker
7:02:12 Wrap up by Peter Vial
Welcome to the 2020 Charity Law, Accounting, and Regulation Conference, the third annual conference which brings together perspectives from professionals, charities, and government on key issues relating to the charities sector.
This online half day conference has been developed in response to the global pandemic, to focus on issues relating to COVID-19 and its impact.
Does the extraordinary set of circumstances presented by the recent events provide us with an opportunity to build back better? If so, how might we do that?
The last few months have brought about an increased awareness of the importance and value of the charitable sector. In some respects, the pandemic has brought to the surface a lot of questions and issues that were already there.
The 2020 Charity Law, Accounting, and Regulation Conference investigates these and other related issues, and provides an opportunity to hear differing perspectives from across different professions and disciplines.
Welcome to our conference.
He waka eke noa: we’re all in this together.