We’ve just launched a new website which provides valuable resources for anyone interested in sparking community change. We developed the Te Hiko website as part of our ongoing commitment to supporting the development of local economic systems that truly value what makes people’s lives better.
We’re delighted to welcome Mamaku Midwives and Trade School Industries to Wesley Rātā Village in Naenae. Babies and baristas – who could ask for more as the Village takes another step forward on its journey to becoming an intergenerational community.
Our director David Hanna is calling for the government to implement the main recommendation of last week’s Waitangi Tribunal report on our tamariki care system – setting up an independent Māori Transition Authority to reform the current care system for tamariki Māori.
We’re developing a new collaborative way of funding grassroots communities to tackle the impacts of poverty, called Just Change. We’re holding a no-obligation evening event on Wednesday October 14 for potential donors interested in exploring the Just Change concept.
We’re delighted to have published a short report on the People’s Voices forum, held in Porirua on Wednesday 4 March. The forum, which was attended by about 160 people, was a unique opportunity to hear from people whose voices are often not heard in policy-making.