We are very grateful to our community supporters below who help us promote NetHui and are general supporters of the event.
If you would like to be a community supporter and help us make NetHui 2017 the best yet, please contact [email protected].
The 20/20 Trust provides digital literacy leadership, working with local communities to deliver digital inclusion programmes that build New Zealanders’ computer and online skills.
The New Zealand Work Research Institute, as a part of AUT University, provides high-quality research across a broad multidisciplinary programme concerned with people and work.
Creative Commons is a non-profit organisation that helps people share their copyright works for reuse by others. Sometimes creators and other copyright holders want the public to be able to reuse their works but are unable to allow reuse easily and legally given the works’ “All Rights Reserved” copyright status. Creative Commons licences enable copyright holders to allow reuse of their works by giving everyone a range of permissions in advance.
Figure.NZ is a charity devoted to getting people to use data about New Zealand. It pulls together New Zealand's public sector, private sector and academic data in one place, making it easy for people to use in simple graphical form for free through the website.
Netsafe is an independent, not for profit New Zealand organisation focused on online safety. They are committed to helping everyone in New Zealand take advantage of digital opportunities by providing support to manage and resolve online safety challenges. Their work includes providing education, advice and awareness about challenges like online bullying, abuse and scams.
REANNZ is New Zealand's research and education network. They believe in a New Zealand where research, education and innovation flourish through the real-time exchange of knowledge, ideas and information with the rest of the world.
The New Zealand Centre for ICT Law is a specialist centre within Auckland University Law School, which investigates, studies and considers the implications of ICT (Information and Communications Technology) within the context of law, technological developments and its impact upon society.
ITP is a community of IT professionals who care deeply about professional practice in IT. ITP helps develop its members, sets standards and recognises those who aspire to excellence, and works as the voice of the IT profession to Government and others.
The Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand exists to help you be connected, keep you informed and to represent you – the user. They don’t represent an industry, they represent the users of ICT services, which is just about every company, organisation and individual in New Zealand.
Crown Fibre Holdings Limited has been established to manage the Government’s $1.5 billion investment in Ultra-Fast Broadband infrastructure. The Government’s objective is to accelerate the roll-out of Ultra-Fast Broadband to 75 percent of New Zealanders over ten years, concentrating in the first six years on priority broadband users such as businesses, schools and health services, plus green field developments and certain tranches of residential areas (the UFB Objective).
Rural Women New Zealand (RWNZ) is an integral part of the rural landscape, members join RWNZ for friendship, support and learning opportunities. RWNZ offer scholarships and bursaries to assist rural students to access education opportunities. RWNZ connects with the rural community through social events, fundraising and as an authoritative voice on rural health services, education, land and social issues.