A collaborated youth week project between Te Oro, The HEART Movement, Rākau Tautoko and local community leaders.
In April 2017, three of our staff supported the development, facilitation and delivery of the technical training programme. Together with a technical tutor, they piloted a collaborative way of working with young people aged 16-24 year olds from Tāmaki local board area, who are out of education, employment and training. 4 weeks - Design and …
Supporting the DOC Partnerships team in Auckland to develop a strong understanding of codesign, working towards a collective of South Auckland Marae and Government agencies creating together.
This project was about increasing the capacity of the TSI unit to deliver projects responsive to Pacific communities. Dickie was contracted to co-create a workshop design structure with a unit manager and staff member. The project involved the following over two staff development days, Half day sail on a double hulled ocean voyaging waka in the …
Tāmaki WRAP got in touch with Rākau Tautoko in early 2017 to enter into a collaboration around delivering an initiative called Reclaim Tāmaki. The Maungakiekie Tāmaki Local Board provided the funds for this initiative to Tāmaki WRAP to: Build Tāmaki WRAP experience and capacity in establishing and operating community-led resource recovery initiatives and enterprises. Develop social …
Facilitating workshops promoting the use of Reusable Menstrual Products for women in need.
Continuing supporting The HEART Movement work through Change Agent growth and development and Whānau engagement.
The development and facilitation of a community calendar that has local administrators adding their activities onto an online calendar that all can access.
Creation of a study tour around Auckland and then Palmerston North to document best practice in early years and whānau hubs.
Supporting the growth and development of The HEART Movement Change Agents - local community members who share healthy relationship messages.