Youth Development Strategy of Aotearoa - Dunedin Hui

  • 18-Jan-19
  • Announcements

Otago Community Trust is pleased to be supporting to Ara Taiohi, in partnership with the Ministry of Youth Development, and the Vodafone Foundation in facilitating a Dunedin Regional Hui in late February.  

Ara Taiohi are running nine regional hui around the motu for youth development practitioners, youth workers, regional/government reps and local philanthropy to contribute to a deeper review of the six principles. The Dunedin hui will be an opportunity to review and strengthen the Youth Development Strategy of Aotearoa.

Hui Details: 

Date: Wednesday 27th February 2019
Venue: House of Travel Lounge - Edgar Centre (Free)

Times:
9am: General hui
1pm: Lunch (provided)
2-3.30pm: Māori invited to caucus and bring a specific Te Ao Māori voice. Everyone invited to hear presentations on Takiwā and Korowai Tupu.

Important Note: Places are limited to 30 in each region, we may need to limit numbers from each organisation.

Background:
• Ara Taiohi are running nine regional hui around the motu for youth development practitioners, youth workers, regional/government reps and local philanthropy to contribute to a deeper review of the six principles.
• Staff from Ara Taiohi will be present to share on Takiwā (our new database that allows organisations to consider complex data at a local level), and Korowai Tupu (our professional association for youth workers).
• Further information including the Evidence Review can be found at http://www.arataiohi.org.nz/latest-happenings/ara-taiohi-news/youth-development-strategy-review

How to Register:
Please see highlighted below the registration link for the YDSA review hui. There are registration options for both the General Hui (morning) and the Māori caucus (afternoon).

Registration Link - https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/ydsa-review-dunedin-tickets-53933085310

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Libby Judge, YDSA Review Coordinator – M: 022 4391 367; E: ydsa@arataiohi.org.nz

All parties involved are really excited about the opportunity to connect with local Youth Development champions as support the process to review the National Youth Development Standards.


We hope to see you there.

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