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Building Pathways Wānanga

Building Pathways to Healthy Relationships - now and into the future

14-16 October 2015, Tapu Te Ranga Marae, Wellington

Over 120 people working with young people from across the country joined us to build pathways to healthy relationships now and into the future. The wānanga provided space to explore how we build, strengthen, start and maintain healthy relationships: with the young people we work with; the organisations we collaborate and work with; and Government and other key influencers. 

Check out some of the highlights from the wānanga. We'll be loading more presentations, podcasts and other wānanga content so keep coming back to see the latest info.

Thank you to all our speakers, volunteers and supporters for your energy and commitment and for making Building Pathways 2015 such a success and a particular thanks to our partners for Building Pathways 2015, the Electoral Commission.

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Check out our keynote Harry Shier sharing about his seminal work 'Pathways to Participation'. You can download his entire presentation here

Another great presentation from our second keynote Tom McCrory from the Conch on theatre and social change.

Building Pathways Wānanga 2015

The beginning of Building Pathways 2015! Whakawhanaungatanga begins Some of the participants including keynote Harry Shier Delicious kai thanks to the crew at Tapu Te Ranga Dr Fiona Beals inspired the group to try on some new glasses in their work with young people AGM preparations! Our MC extraordinaire Kassie Hartendrop with support from Rod Baxter Participants get chatting with Minister Kaye Sharing our knowledge Kaupapa-driven discussions on young people working with young people Drop, cover, hold - the Hannah Dunlop and the Canterbury crew get us into shape for our emergency preparedness Talking, talking, talking Board member and Youthline & Action Education CEO, Stephen Bell with Graham Cowle, Policy Manager from the Ministry of Justice