The conference will include a large group session on the first evening, two plenary sessions, and multiple streams of workshops contributed by practitioners. This overview will give you a sense of what is planned. You can download an outline of the programme (PDF, 78Kb).

Click here to see a more detailed programme, showing the times of individual workshops.

Click here for more information about the Powhiri (Conference Opening)

The details of the programme are subject to change, as are all things in the real world….

Wednesday 21 January

9.30am Pre-conference workshops begin
Midday Lunch
Afternoon Pre-conference workshops continue
6.00pm Dinner
Evening Max Clayton’s pre-conference workshop continues

Thursday 22 January

9.30am Pre-conference workshops continue
Midday Lunch
1 – 4:30pm Conference Registration Open
Afternoon to 4pm Pre-conference workshops continue
5pm Powhiri/Conference Opening and shared meal
7.30pm Opening Session

Friday 23 January

9.00am Plenary session – José Fonseca  

Inclusion-exclusion in the life and work of J.L. Moreno

10:30am-12:30pm Sociometric choice and workshops
12.30pm Lunch
2:00-5:30pm Sociometric choice and workshops
6.00pm Dinner
7.15-9:30pm Sociometric choice and workshops

Saturday 24 January

9am Plenary session 2  

Community building: Stories across different cultures

10:30am-12 noon Sociometric choice and workshops
12.30pm Lunch
2:00-5:30pm Sociometric choice and workshops
6pm Dinner
7.30-9:30pm Focus on Brazil

Sunday 25 January

9am ANZPA Inc. AGM
Midday Lunch
afternoon to4.30pm ANZPA – Life of the Association
6pm Buses leave for Larnach Castle
6.30pm – 12.00pm Dinner dance – Larnach Castle

Monday 26 January

9am – 12 noon Sociometric choice and workshops
12.30 – 1:30pm


1.30pm Lunch

Tuesday 27 January

9.30am Post-conference workshops begin
Midday Lunch
Afternoon Post-conference workshops continue
6.00pm Dinner
evening Diz Synnot’s Post-conference workshop continues

Wednesday 28 January

9.30am Post-conference workshops
Midday Lunch
Afternoon to 4.00pm Post-conference workshops

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