Contact Auckland Disability Law now to express interest in attending the Being an Employer: Individualised Funding and Employing Staff workshop. The workshop is in late February 2019, in R?nui. This free legal education workshop is for disabled people and their family members. >>
The Office of Ethnic Communities (OEC) wants to hear your views and experiences of civic participation in New Zealand. OEC is interested in both your own personal views and experiences, and those of your wider community. Civic participation is an important way of contributing to New Zealand society, expressing your views, and having those views recognised. OEC wants to understand any barriers preventing you or your communities from participating in New Zealand civic life.
If you would like to make a submission on this topic, please follow the link to OEC’s 15-minute survey below, which will close on Sunday, 16 December 2018. >>
Snow in the Park, one of the most popular events in the Henderson-Massey Local Board event calendar, has been nominated for Best Local Government Event at the 2018 New Zealand Event Awards.
“Snow in the park is unique for so many reasons – we literally bring real snow to the park for people to play with! – Henderson-Massey Local Board Chair, Shane Henderson
Looking back it’s been a big year, with many significant reforms underway.
Next year will be critical as many of the reforms begin to take shape and we start seeing concrete proposals, and CNA will be in there pushing the interests of community and needs of community organisations. Fittingly, towards the end of December I, along with Brenda Pilott, Social Service Providers Aotearoa and Trevor McGlinchey NZ Council of Christian Social Services, will be meeting with Grant Robertson to talk about the role of community in improving wellbeing and the needs of the sector. >>