This year’s report Tangata Whenua, Tangata Tiriti, Huia Tangata Kotahi—People of the Land, People of the Treaty, Bring Everyone Together promotes a unified approach to key social issues like adequate housing for all, the wellbeing and safety of our children, and reducing poverty levels.
The report shows mixed results but acknowledges improvement in increased welfare spending, decline in offending and imprisonment, and an increase in the number of social houses built. Areas for sustained action include youth suicide, household poverty, addictions, and personal debt. Read the report >>
Welcome to our summer course and workshop offerings at the Auckland Women’s Centre. We have SO much in store for you this term
Memoir Writing | Understanding Money | Girls Self Defence| Self Defence for Seniors | Workplace Harassment and Bullying | Open and Honest | Positive Change | Gentle Zumba | Aroha Healing Bellydance | Regenerative Yoga | Basic EFT: Emotional Freedom Techniques | Single Mums’ on Sundays | Rainbow Women’s Social Night >>
Ranui Network meetings will be held bi-monthly on the third Monday of each month starting in February. The December meeting will be held on the second Monday of the month.
Where: Ranui Community Centre
Time: 1pm - 2.30pm
Here are the dates to note in your calendar.
17 February | 20 April | 15 June | 17 August | 19 October | 14 December More >>
2020 New Zealand CLAANZ conference, 30 April 2020 & 1 May 2020, Te Papa, Wellington
Is the current model of charity in New Zealand and Australia sustainable? What might the future hold for new ways of ensuring that the good work charities do in our society continues, and what shape might charities take in the future? The 2020 Charity Law, Accounting, and Regulation Conference will investigate these and other related issues as we explore both the current ecosystem of rules and regulations that charities operate within as well as considering what they could be.
Every year New Zealand welcomes former refugees into our communities. Many have endured significant hardship and now face the huge task of starting their life afresh. Those who don't have a driver's licence have extra challenges: simply getting around, attending job interviews, appointments or taking children to school. Supporting a former refugee learn to drive is a practical way of helping them settle in their new country. As a volunteer, you will be given full training and the use of a dual-controlled car. Find out more about Open Road >>