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Oct 20, 2019

This is a panel discussion held as part of Impact Week at the end of September 2019 where we looked at what makes Christchurch unique today, how the earthquakes, shootings and fires have shaped that identity and given it an international profile, what we love about living here and what potential there to really embrace being a true City of Impact. 

The panellists were:

Bridget Williams, of Bead & Proceed (a former Seeds guest)

Tim Loftus, of ChristchurchNZ

Abdigani Ali, of Canterbury Resilience Foundation (a former Seeds guest)

Steven Moe, Partner at Parry Field Lawyers and Seeds Podcast host

This is the 137th episode.  For more visit

Thanks to Parry Field for the use of the venue and for the photo Safe Wongsunopparat and for recording video of the session too.  And a shout out to the many people who contributed their views during the panel Q&A period.