The third New Zealand Disability Employers’ Network (NZDEN) ‘Disability Inclusive Pathways’
Conference offers an exceptional opportunity to connect with other organisations committed to improving their disability and neurodiverse people's career and belonging outcomes.
This year's conference theme, ''Collectively Stronger'' is about exploring the strength of disabled people, the value they bring to organisations, and breaking the narratives that have formed in society.
Attendees will discover ways that we can all support and empower disabled and neurodiverse New Zealanders in their employment, and foster organisational cultures of true belonging and equity for disabled people in the workplace.
- Join our powerful network of business leaders, diversity and human resources professionals, industry experts and influencers from the public, private and for-purpose sectors.
- Hear from leading disability experts, experienced practitioners and people with lived experience, including inspiring international and local speakers.
- Discover how the results of building a strong disability and neurodiversity inclusive workplace culture benefits both the organisation, the disabled person, and all of Aotearoa.
More details including speakers and the agenda will be released on our NZDEN Disability Inclusive Pathways Conference website.
The event will be held in Auckland at the Spark New Zealand Conference Centre
Accommodation is available for a discounted rate at Sudima Hotel Auckland City.
Refunds are available up to 30 days prior to the event.
In the event that the conference is unable to be held in person due to government restrictions, signifant travel disruptions across Aotearoa, or concerns for the safety of delegates by the conference organiser (at the discretion of the conference organiser), it will be run as a digital conference. Tickets will automatically be transferred to the replacement digital conference.
Terms and Conditions
Prior to registering, you must acknowledge and accept the Conference Terms & Conditions. Should you not wish to accept the Terms & Conditions you should not register. Submission of a registration is regarded as affirmation of your acceptance of these Terms & Conditions.