We’d like to invite you to our upcoming fundraiser, a Quiz Night of the Feminist variety!
On 9 December a group of practitioners in the seniors field met to focus on how to prevent elder abuse and neglect.
A lively forum was held for the November Inner City Network meeting, addressing the concerns of International Students. The forum was kindly hosted by ACG, Academic Colleges Group, at their Senior College in the CBD.
A very successful forum was held with a wide range of organisations, and individuals, involved with and interested in community gardens across Auckland.
Based on the insights from the Start Local. Seminar, Inspiring Communities has developed 10 actions to help you start local,
That is the conclusion to take from the latest poverty and inequality data released on 8th September in the Ministry of Social Development’s Household Incomes in New Zealand 2015 report
On MUFFIN Talk this week Beate talks with Sr Mary Foy. Sr Mary has been very involved in housing issues – particularly in the area of affordable healthy housing as a basic right for everyone and the well-being of young people and their extended families. Sr Mary was a founding member of Monte Cecilia Housing […]
ADCOSS has set up a new Network in Albert Eden in partnership with the Albert Eden Local Board. In our first event we had Mike Lyndon from Street Plans come and talk about some of the projects he has been involved in in America. Information about his projects can be found below. Tactical Urbanism Materials […]
In this webinar: Moya Sayer-Jones explains how to present your stories in a way that inspires and engages others in order to promote your work, meet reporting requirements, and share your learnings She will show how groups can create and use their stories to provide outcomes narratives for funders and other stakeholders. Moya will be joined by leaders of community organisations who will share their […]
The Community Law Manual 2016-17 is a trail-blazing resource that helps Kiwis (and their advocates) help themselves.