National Youth Workers Hui – first national discussion of a CoE at Ngāruawāhia.
Canterbury Youth Workers Collective (CYWC) developed a CoE for their region (this became increasingly recognised as the national Youth Work standard). The CYWC CoE was recognised by the Youth Work sector nationally, and several other youth worker networks adopted or
A group of experienced youth workers engaged with the government of the time and collectively made a commitment to a national CoE.
Following consultation with young people and the sector, the Ministry of Youth Affairs released the Youth Development Strategy of Aotearoa.
Let’s Not Be Uncode roadshow – consultation with the youth sector. CoE Working Group (including Te Rōpū representation) was established.
First edition of CoE released at Involve for consultation.
Second edition of CoE launched at Ara Taiohi inaugural AGM, and gifted to Ara Taiohi by the National Youth Workers Network Aotearoa.
Pathways to Professionalisation Working Group established.
Korowai Tupu (the Professional Association for Youth Work in Aotearoa) launched.
Reconceptualisation of Aotearoa’s principles of youth development, released as Mana Taiohi.
CoE launched at Ara Taiohi AGM and 10-year celebration.