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CPAG is launching its campaign, “Welfare Fit for Families”, asking for Government to reform the welfare system so that it is better equipped to provide for the unique needs of all families and individuals when they may need social assistance, so they can continue to thrive.
This report provides findings from ERO's evaluation of how well schools were promoting and supporting student wellbeing through sexuality education.
Community developmentHuman rightsMental healthPacificYouth developmentYouth participationYouth workReport
Between 20 July and 7 August 2018, ActionStation (commissioned by Ara Taiohi) gathered the views of more than 1,000 young people (aged 12 - 24) and a handful of youth workers and policy experts.
Mapping the Social Sector in the Western Bay of Plenty project emerged from a need expressed by the sector to better understand itself, provide data for future planning, and to demonstrate the value and contribution it makes to the region.
Mental healthYoung people working with young peopleYouth workTool
People working with young people do incredibly important mahi and have a key role to play in preventing suicide in Aotearoa. The resource is designed to help youth workers, counsellors, teachers, parents and whānau have safe, open, direct and compassionate kōrero with taiohi/young people about
Community developmentMentoringYoung people working with young peopleYouth developmentPaper/presentation
Winx's presentation was focused on the Young Women’s Leaders Program she developed at the University of Virginia - with university students mentoring targeted middle-school girls, which has now expanded to several other countries.