To build a NetHui programme, the public are invited to submit ideas for the things they’d like to talk about. People with similar topics are linked up and asked to host a conversation during a NetHui Breakout Session. The ideas raised by the community also inform the creation of panel discussion topics, and the invitation of panelists and keynote speakers, both of whom lead bigger discussions in NetHui plenaries. The programme development process starts months before a NetHui, to engage widely with the community and allow groups time to flesh out their topics and prepare.

Expressions of interest are now closed for NetHui Copyright, but you can still submit ideas via our GET INVOLVED form. 

The draft programme for NetHui Copyright is below - more details on facilitators and sessions will be added as they are confirmed, so check back regularly. 

Time Outer Oceania Inner Oceania Rangimarie 1 Rangimarie 2
9:30 am Registration opens
  Morning tea & networking
10:30 am Welcome
11:00 am Keynote Address - Cory Doctorow
11:30 am Audience Q&A and discussion
12:00 pm Lunch break
12:30 pm Launch of Google Fair Use Report
1:00 pm Barcamp Discussion Session - Copyright & Mātauranga Māori (Lynell Tuffery Huria, Wi Pere Mita, & Eboni Waitere) Discussion Session - Private and Domestic: The Intersection of Privacy and Copyright Law (Vanessa Blackwood) Discussion Session - Copyright for Citizens & Consumers
2:00 pm Transition
2:10 pm Barcamp Discussion Session - Satire & Parody (Mandy Henk) Discussion Session - UX of the Copyright Framework Discussion Session - Copyright in the GLAM sector
3:10 pm Afternoon tea
3:30 pm Plenary panel: The future of copyright
4:45 pm Wrap-up and closing
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Networking nibbles and drinks