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Thursday 11 April, 6:00pm -8:00pm

Christchurch BMW, 104 Moorhouse Avenue

Hard-ly Speaking is a meeting of males.

 Now more than ever, we need to front up to tough conversations. To show solidarity by showing up.

 Hard-ly Speaking is a space for the stories that redefine male narratives. Six diverse men speaking to their own unique experiences, all with vision for social change.

 Now is a time to be part of the conversation. Men, open for discussion.

 

Your Speakers

Jay Pukepuke

Jay Pukepuke

Nick Inkster

Nick Inkster

Chris Henry

Chris Henry

David Winter

David Winter

More speakers announced soon …

 

What they thought

“Big congrats on an excellent evening. Amazing turn-out! Your speakers were great … I hope you have many more of these as life is pretty tough out there and in the end it is how you handle it, but support is paramount to most.”
- Chris Ashton

 

“Loved the format – short sharp presentations that held attention for the right amount of time, with some thought provoking insights. Thanks for providing a great event in which to take stock and reset.”
- Greg Dick

 

 “An extremely enjoyable evening … The speakers spoke brilliantly, each bringing something different to the table given their own personal experiences – which left me craving for what the next speaker would have to say.”
- James Hitchon

 

 “A well-constructed evening in every way…..the speakers were an interesting bunch … each of them conveying in their own way, a message of tolerance, kindness and compassion … I’d go again in a shot.”
- James Jameson

 

“Superb, thoughtful and well run. I have spoken to a number of people who attended and without fail all said they will return and bring someone with them next time.”
- Tony Perkins

 
 
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Relive the conversation... 

 

Michael Fraser Milne

Co-owner, Whisky Galore

Duncan Webb

Labour MP, Christchurch Central

Garth Wynne

Executive Principal, Christ's College

Josiah Tualamali’i

Chair, Pacific Youth Leadership & Transformation

Aaron Hapuku

Māori Health Promoter, CDHB

Spanky Moore

Senior Chaplain, University of Canterbury