Hon Carmel Sepuloni, the Minister for Disability Issues launched the new Action Plan.
The Disability Action Plan presents priority work programmes and actions developed through a co-design process by government agencies, disabled people and their representative organisations. The work programmes and actions will advance implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the New Zealand Disability Strategy 2016-2026. Read the plan>
20-21 February 2020, Mercure, Syndney, Australia
This two day forum will bring together experts, clinicians, consumers, support workers and service managers from across sectors. They will be provided with up-to-date evidence on what works, learn about international best practice approaches, meet specialised practitioners and engage with innovators in collaborative service provision. Delegates will leave with new knowledge and new perspectives on the potential for services to better configure themselves to best achieve shared goals >
Respectful Relationships for Pasifika Young People
Our “Respectful Relationships” resource is now launched!. As part of Le Va’s Atu-Mai violence prevention programme, the e-learning module outlines respectful partner relationships within a Pasifika framework. Co-designed with Pasifika young people, it focuses on equipping our young people with tools to flourish in their relationships with their partners. Share this wonderful e-learning experience with your young people today! >>