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End of Year Newsletter 2021

We have prepared this ‘old fashioned fam Christmas newsletter’ to fill you in on all the happenings from the Ara Taiohi whānau.

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COVID-19 Protection Framework

COVID-19 Protection Framework: This document discusses the potential implications for the Youth Sector.

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Youth Week 2022: Theme reveal

We’ve got a theme for our 2022 Youth Week, which runs from 7 -15 May!

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Korowai Tupu Rōpū response to the Oranga Tamariki Whistleblower story

Tēnā koe The members of the Youth Work professional association Korowai Tupu have seen the Newsroom article and on the face of it the inexcuseable actions included. We tautoko the…

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That’s a wrap #youthweeknz 2021

We had a blast celebrating Youth Week with you.

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Youth Week Weaving project

This year instead of swag we’re asking you to participate in a Youth Week first. A nationwide paper weaving craft project! We’re asking you to send in strips of paper,…

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Masters Thesis – Youth Participation in Non-Governmental Organisations in Aotearoa / New Zealand

Check out this Aotearoa youth participation in non-governmental organisations research from Jennifer Braithwaite at the University of Auckland.

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Youth Policy Scorecard 2020

This scorecard rates party policies to provide a snapshot of how well the policies respond to the issues that young people have raised.

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YOUTHQUAKE 2020

Ara Taiohi (the peak body for youth development in Aotearoa), with the support of Dr Kate Prendergast, University of Canterbury is pleased to release a youth policy scorecard.

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Youth Week 2021

Planning is simmering in the background, we are pleased to announce that our #youthweeknz 2021 dates are: 8th – 16th May!

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Youth Week 2019 18th – 26th May

We Are More Than You See – He wai hōhonu a mātou (literally, we are deep waters, thus referring to unseen depths).

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Ara Taiohi message in regards to the tragedy in Christchurch

Jane shares her thoughts about the Christchurch tragedy.

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ComVoices blog: Youth sector following young people’s lead

Kirsten Le Harivel, our Digital Strategy Manager writes about how our data visualisation was designed to enhance the narrative of the work our members are doing across Aotearoa.

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Calling all Community Orgs to take the 2022 State of the Sector Survey

With the help of Community Networks Aotearoa, Comvoices has launched its fifth biennial State of the Sector Survey, calling on all entities within the Community and Voluntary Sector to take…

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Rangatahi Regeneration update

Rangatahi Regeneration (RR) is a kaupapa that has supported nine rangatahi Māori/Pasifika from five rohe around Aotearoa over 2021/22. RR is about celebrating #IndigenousExcellence kaua e wareware e te whānau,…

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Help us form the Youth Week 2023 theme!

Youth Week 2023 needs a theme! Each year, our team works in different ways to source the theme concept with young people. The Youth Week theme ensures that we are…

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Sector update on the Oversight of Oranga Tamariki System and Children and Young People’s Commission Bill

This Bill is creating a huge amount of concern for our sector, taiohi, whānau, and communities. As the detail of the Bill is quite technical are keen to summarise the…

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Youth Week 2022: Update

A lil update for y’all on Youth Week 2022.

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