Aucklanders from all walks of life are being encouraged to apply for Auckland Council’s six demographic advisory panels. The panels are an important part of council’s governance structure, advising elected members and staff about plans and strategies that impact their communities.
Up to twelve positions are now available on each panel - the Disability Advisory Panel, Ethnic Peoples Advisory Panel, Pacific Peoples Advisory Panel, Rainbow Communities Advisory Panel, Seniors Advisory Panel and Youth Advisory Panel. Panel membership offers a unique opportunity for passionate and motivated Aucklanders to help ensure that the council’s decisions reflect the views and needs of the city’s diverse communities. More >>
Do you have a passion for social justice? Do you want to use your legal skills to work closely with Maori in the community? This could be the job for you.
This is an exciting new opportunity for a Roia Maori to be part of our Maori kaupapa service. The Waitemata Community Law Centre provides high quality, free legal advice to low income clients in West Auckland and most of North Auckland, with a strong focus on access to justice. Find out more >
With an increasing awareness of diversity in our workforce, being inclusive has become the catch cry, but how do we make sure we’re inclusive of everyone?
To help organisations tap into the skills and experience of disabled people, the Ministry of Social Development with the State Services Commission is delivering an all-of-government programme, led by Anne Hawker, which aims to increase disabled people working in the public sector. Supporting this work is the Lead Toolkit, which is a practical resource for managers in the public sector and is also relevant for workplaces in the private sector, non-government organisations and wider. Check out the Toolkit >>