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Sat, 14 Aug



Wellington Citizen Compass Participant Registrations

FINAL REGISTRATION EXTENSIONS close 10 August 7:00pm Registration Fee: FREE

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Wellington Citizen Compass Participant Registrations
Wellington Citizen Compass Participant Registrations

Time & Location

14 Aug 2021, 9:00 am NZST – 15 Aug 2021, 5:00 pm NZST

Wellington, Kelburn, Wellington 6012, New Zealand

About the Event


Registration is FREE for delegates. We will aim to communicate the outcome of your application as soon as is feasibly possible.

Financial hardship is also available, in which case you will be required to pay a reduced fee at a later time should your application for financial hardship be successful

What does democracy mean to everyday Kiwis? What should it mean?

In our brand new regional event, delve deeper into Aotearoa’s government - learn how we as citizens can raise our voices, how our elected officials interact with our concerns and the ever-evolving political and legal system of New Zealand.

Our two day event will feature workshops, speaker panels, and debate sessions where you step into the shoes of the elected. Engage in fast paced negotiations to form the governing party; write submissions and learn how citizen submissions influence local and national policy-making; and debate the implications of a written constitution in the existing legal system of Aotearoa.

High school students are now invited to participate in this exciting conference as a delegate. 

Any student no matter how experienced with UN Youth will be able to engage with and benefit from this event. We're keen to provide a space for students to discuss their lived experience and how you can enact change within your communities! 

Please register through the linked form.

Applications close at 7:00pm, Tuesday 10 August 2021.

If you had any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact the coordinator, Isaac, at

PLEASE NOTE: When applying you will only have 20 minutes to fill in your application form and there is a word limit of 400 characters which is around 64 words. We would recommend writing out your answers on a separate document and then pasting your answers in afterwards.

This registration submission authorises UN Youth New Zealand the right to capture my image and likeness in photos, videos and other media footage (“footage”). Additionally, it authorises UN Youth New Zealand the right to edit, publish and distribute any and all footage of me without any compensation to be used for any lawful purpose (e.g. creating promotional material).This registration submission authorises UN Youth New Zealand the right to collect, store and use any and all demographic information of me to be used for any lawful purpose (e.g. tracking who our organisation is reaching). This demographic information will not be individually identifiable. The foregoing authorisations shall continue indefinitely unless I otherwise revoke them in writing to

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