• Korero

    Frame the conversation based on evidence and reflection, looking to the future.

    Kōrero ki te tangata i runga i te pono, i te āta whakaaro, me te titiro whakamua.

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  • Hui

    Test and build the ideas and gather the people around it, using both face to face meetings and the full range of online options.

    Whakamātauria te huhua o ngā whakaaro, huia te iwi i tētahi taha, i tētahi taha mā te karanga hui hei kōrero kanohi ki te kanohi, hoatu hoki ngā kōwhiringa tuihono katoa o ēnei rā.

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  • Awhina

    Develop practical responses within the sector.

    Whakaritea he tikanga pakari, i roto tonu i te rāngai.

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Hui E! Community Aotearoa seeks to promote, strengthen and connect the Community Sector.

Hui E! Community Aotearoa

Hui E! Community Aotearoa seeks to promote, strengthen and connect the Community Sector – tangata whenua organisations and the broad voluntary and community sector – charities, incorporated societies, clubs, boards, trusts, and informal community groups.

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Ko tā Hui E! Community Aotearoa he whakatairanga, he whakapakari, he tūhono i te Rāngai Hapori – ngā rōpū tangata whenua me te rāngai mahi tūao, mahi hapori torowhānui – ngā rōpū mahi aroha, ngā rōpū kāporeita, ngā karapu, ngā poari, me ngā rōpū kaitiaki.

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