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Five tips to engage with Māori

Five tips to engage with Māori By Atawhai Tibble   Number 1. Nā Wai (as in Nā wai te hui i karanga? or who set up the hui and why?) First things first, the purpose of any engagement is critical. So, who set up the engagement, and what is their purpose?  Why do they want to meet […]

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Hui E! Trustees Nominations

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS TO HUI E! TRUST BOARD Message for all Formal Supporters and Sector Champions registered with Hui E! VACANCY INFORMATION In line with the Hui E! Community Aotearoa trust deed we are seeking 3 new trustees who will be elected by Hui E! Formal Supporters to stand for a term of 3 years. […]

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ComVoices Blog – September 2015

Credit where credit is due Peter Glensor, General Manager Hui E! Community Aotearoa Link to article:   http://community.scoop.co.nz/2015/09/credit-where-credit-is-due/ We in the community sector too often get stuck in a “poor me” attitude.  Life is tough in our sector – there are always new demands, and there’s never enough time or people or money to do all […]

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Auckland Sector Hui – September 2015

Hui E! Community Aotearoa – Sector Hui Meeting on 10th September at UNITEC, Auckland. 1. Strengthening New Zealand’s legislative response to family violence – A public discussion document. Presented by Jill Proudfoot – SHINE http://www.justice.govt.nz/consultations/better-family-violence-law/discussion-document The Ministry of Justice is calling for submissions on the public discussion document, to be submitted by this Friday 18th […]

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Hui E! Panui – September 2015

   2015 September Panui Invitation to our Wellington Sector Hui  – Wellington: Thursday 10 September 2015, 10.00am to Midday Level 4, 120 Featherston St Kia ora koutou katoa, ngā mihi nui ki a koutou Greetings – All are Welcome to attend. For any enquiries, to be added to the Hui E! mail list or to unsubscribe, please contact […]

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Hui E! Panui – July 2015

Quote of the Month “It is not our view that government should introduce price competition into the social services market to solve the issues of efficiency and effectiveness. This is not a standard market and price competition would not lead to the direction of resources towards the clients who would benefit the most. NGOs have […]

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Hui E! Submission June 2015

Hui E! is a national network across the whole community and voluntary sector, contributing to thriving communities by promoting and strengthening the Sector: Te Whakakaha – Strengthening the collective voice of the Sector to build a stronger Aotearoa/New Zealand. Te Hāngai – Applying Te Tiriti o Waitangi in the context of the Sector’s work and […]

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Hui E! Panui – April 2015

Contents: In this Panui: Hui E! News and Events Quote of the Month Agenda for the 9 April Sector Hui Latest from Hui E! Report from Peter Glensor Did You Know? New Zealand Sector News Feedback sought on how you use (or want to use) data to make a difference Accounting for Charities Trust: “The […]

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