General Election 2017 Ngā Take Whakahirahira a Hapori – Community Priorities

Click here to open the report: HuiE! Election 2017 report Ngā Take Whakahirahira a Hapori – Community Priorities in the upcoming election Every community organisation has goals unique to the communities and people for which it advocates. In its General Election Report released today, Hui E! Community Aotearoa identifies community-wide issues that appear between community sector […]

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Pay Equity Bill released for consultation

Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse today released an exposure draft of the Pay Equity Bill for public consultation. “The Government is committed to achieving pay equity in New Zealand and providing a practical and fair process for employees to follow if they feel they are not being paid what their job is worth […]

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The 10 Most Popular SSIR Articles of 2016

By Justine Drennan Dec. 26, 2016 A theme running through many of our popular articles published this year is the need to use data in ways that truly engage beneficiary communities, social sector organization leaders, and social impact investors and funders. Articles also highlight the importance of language in engaging these groups. They explore how […]

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New Kaiwhakahaere Matua – General Manager for Hui E! – Anaru Fraser

NEW LEADER FOR NATIONAL COMMUNITY SECTOR COORDINATING BODY – HUI E!   The new Kaiwhakahaere Matua – General Manager of Hui E! Community Aotearoa is Anaru Fraser. Formerly working with MPI, MBIE, DOC and MLC he has over 15 years’ international policy development experience in the United Nations area of food security and malnutrition and […]

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Media Release: The holes are getting bigger in the safety net provided by the Community Sector

25 October 2016   “The second ComVoices State of the Sector Survey of the Community Sector shows that stresses on our organisations are increasing” says Scott Miller, Chair of ComVoices.   “We are facing greater demand for our services, are dealing with greater complexity with less funding from government, and have a greater reliance on […]

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