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Cancelled: Rotorua 2020 International Symposium

October 23 - October 25

IT IS WITH MUCH REGRET THAT THE AHSNZ TEAM HAS MADE THE CALL TO CANCEL THIS YEAR’S SYMPOSIUM IN LIGHT OF THE CURRENT UNCERTAINTY AROUND THE GLOBAL COVID-19 PANDEMIC.  IT WILL BE OUR HOPE TO OFFER THIS EVENT IN 2021.  ANYONE WHO HAS ALREADY PURCHASED A TICKET HAS HAD THEIR PAYMENT REFUNDED IN FULL.  PLEASE ALLOW 10-15 DAYS FOR THIS TO APPEAR IN YOUR ACCOUNT.

STAY WELL
THE AHSNZ TEAM

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There is much wisdom from our ancestral past, both distal (our hunter-gatherer ancestry), and proximal (our great-grandparents, grandparents, parents) that we should look to apply in the present, especially if we are to head off some of the issues humanity faces as we move forward in these uncertain times. 

The core aim of The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand | Te Kauwhata Tūhauora o Aotearoa is to promote research and disseminate knowledge relevant to the diverse health, environmental, and economic challenges facing modern human societies, using our shared evolutionary biology as a starting point from which to begin such inquiries.

We are proud to announce our third international symposium – #AHSNZ2020.
To be held where both culture and geology collide – Rotorua, New Zealand.

*Ticket purchase at the bottom of this page*

For more information on Rotorua, including travel and accommodation options, click here.

Lake Rotorua

Speaker profiles, presentation abstracts,
and symposium programme schedule coming soon.

We are once again privileged to welcome speakers from all around the world, including Pedro Bastos (Portugal), Darryl Edwards (UK), and Cliff Harvey (NZ). Our presenters will cover a range of topics, including nutrition, physical activity, and environmental issues, with a special emphasis on our theme for 2020, The Health of the Land, The Health of the People.

For more information on everything Rotorua has to offer, including getting there, accommodation, dining, and activities, see the official Rotorua website here.

Limited numbers of each ticket type are available.
Ticket prices include access to all symposium presentations & workshops, plus light food & beverage refreshments.
Valid identification is required for student/senior discount tickets.
Tickets are non-refundable but are transferable.
In an effort to reduce the costs and environmental impact of the symposium, we use electronic ticketing and do not offer printed programmes.
Please read our AHSNZ Event Code of Conduct

Details

Start:
October 23
End:
October 25

Organiser

AHSNZ