Henderson D.Sc. Hon Futurist, economist,
author of "Building a Win-Win World" and
five other books available in 9 languages, world-wide
syndicated columnist, and consultant on sustainable
development; her editorials are syndicated by
lnterPress Service to some 400 newspapers in 27
languages; shared the 96 Global Citizen Award
with Nobelist A. Perez Esquivel of Argentina.
Reeves Asia 2000 visiting professor NZ-Asia
Institute of University of Auckland; former
Governor-General and Anglican Archbishop of New
De Guzman an associate of Waldon Bello
(who is unable to attend), at the Focus of the Global
South, an autonomous programme of the Chulalongkorn
University of Bangkok. Working with Waldon Bello on
projects regarding global financial architecture,
International Trade and the WTO, and the crisis of
the Philippine economy.
Sohail Inayatullah Unesco chair at the University of Trier,
Tamkang Chair at Tamkang University, Prof
International Management Centres, visiting academic,
QUT Brisbane; Fellow of the World Academy of Art
& Science & the World Futures Studies
Federation. Books in press include, Situating Sarkar;
The University in Transformation; Islam,
Postmodernism & Other Futures, & Transforming
Communication. 20 yr involvement with the Prout
Alternative Economic Movement.
National MP, economist at Massey Universitys
Albany campus, author, film maker - Whos
Counting? - goat farmer.
Executive YWCA and Chair of the Council for
Co-leader of Green Party, formerly lecturer in
Environmental Studies & Energy Planning at
first woman Mayor.
Dr Pita Sharples of Ngatikahungunu Hawkes Bay,
Professor of Maori and Indigenous Education at
of Ngapuhi. Formulated the claim to the Waitangi
Tribunal to establish the ownershoip of the
intelectual property in our indigenous flora and
editor of the Business Herald.