The event seeks to address various "economic, social and cultural" issues in relation to the internet in New Zealand. Since the event is participatory and community-focused, a South Island specific event is important - particularly as the first two Nethui were held in Auckland which resulted in a prohibitively high cost for some people living outside the city.
Check out the programme to see the variety of high-quality presenters and panel chairs sourced from Government, business, community organisations, and higher education. Example topics include: Globalisation and the Law, Internet enabling opportunities for NZ, discussion around the Dunedin digital strategy, digital inclusion, copyright, and many more.
Clearly the event will be stimulating as well as being a lot of fun so I hope to see you there!
Here are the important links: