UN Special Rapporteur to headline Make it Work International Conference – early bird closing soon
IHC is delighted to announce Catalina Devandas Aguilar, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, as a keynote speaker at the IHC Workability International Make it Work Conference in September.
Brent Wilton, Director of Global Workplace Rights at Coca-Cola, and Steve Shepherd, former head of Ranstad’s specialist disability recruitment team in Australia, have also been confirmed as keynote speakers.
Early bird tickets to the conference hosted in Auckland by IHC New Zealand are selling fast. Early bird ticket sales end on Friday 17 June.
Janine Stewart, General Manager of IHC Programmes says, “We thrilled to have secured the attendance of such high-quality keynote speakers. They will add real value to the conversation and provide excellent insights from their varied backgrounds. We are looking forward some provocative conversations about the future of employment for those with disabilities.”
“We have also secured the support and attendance of Phil O’Reilly, former CEO of Business New Zealand and current chair of the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD and member of the Governing Body of the International Labour Organisation. Phil will also address the conference delegates,” says Janine Stewart.
The Make it Work conference is taking place in Auckland, New Zealand from 26–28 September 2016, and will be held at Sky City Convention Centre and the Auckland Museum.
To view register for the IHC Workability International Conference visit: ihc.org.nz/workability2016
To view the full Make It Work conference programme visit: ihc.org.nz/workability2016programme