Public Talk: Edgar Cahn, Founder of Timebanking

Widely known as the father of timebanking, Dr Edgar Cahn is visiting New Zealand for the first time. 

Tuesday 1st September, 5.30 - 6.30pm, Mac’s Function Centre (Taranaki St Wharf)
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A self declared humanitarian from birth, Edgar Cahn has dedicated his life to fighting injustice and poverty. A distinguished legal professor, former speech writer to Robert F. Kennedy and the founder of Timebanking and the Co-production principle, this man has a remarkable story. 

The Wellington Timebank, with support from the Wellington City Council and Air NZ, is delighted to be hosting a public talk with Dr. Edgar Cahn. His talk will introduce and deepen your understanding of both Timebanking and Co-production as a principle for strengthening the social sector. There will be a Q&A and a chance to mingle afterwards.

Eloquent, passionate and with a spontaneous sense of humour, Edgar Cahn is renowned for inspiring audiences with a powerful vision of a compassionate and fair society.