Our series of blogs are a mix of approaches and skills that accelerate change, as well as commentary on policy and practice that enables effective Community-led Development.

Treaty of Waitangi

Applying a Te Tiriti lens to our work and our lives

Jen Margaret, a Treaty advocate and educator, has been working with Inspiring... more

10 year anniversary blog series: part three

Inspiring Communities is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year. So... more

10 year anniversary blog series: part two

Inspiring Communities is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year. So... more

10 year anniversary blog series: part one

Inspiring Communities is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year. So... more
Kids in park, Waitangirua, 2015

Growing a movement for child well-being

Lisa Woods, our Child Rich Communities (CRC) Lead, talks about the CRC Project... more

Jim Diers’ latest reflections

In celebration of our 10 year anniversary, we wanted to talk to experts who've... more

To Embrace Community We Must Embrace Complexity

Our National Coordinator, David Hanna, met recently with the team at... more

Our new CLD Capability Framework

Inspiring Communities' team member Margy-Jean Malcolm led the development of... more

I’ve been thinking….

….about Hosting Community by Dee Brooks* Mike Green and Henry Moore of... more

I’ve been thinking…

.... about Aotearoa: Inclusion Pioneers by Canadian Evaluator Mark Cabaj* I... more

I’ve been thinking…

…. about Value - by Donna Provoost, Inspiring Communities Chair One of our... more

I’ve Been Thinking …

   ... About Walking the Talk - by Jim Diers  My work has brought me to... more

I’ve Been thinking …..

...about starting local, letting it happen and making it work! By David... more

I’ve been thinking..

About sustaining a CSO - By Kindra Douglas I’ve been Director at Victory... more

I’ve been thinking…

About sustaining Momentum - by IC's Barbara MacLennan. One of this month’s... more

I’ve been thinking …..

About Building Connections - a blog from Inspiring Communities' Megan... more