Our latest newsletter is full of great stuff! Two new blogs, our webinar and three community stories!
A key question to ask is ‘How will things keep going once we step back?’. If the answer is from outside funding and expertise, then it is not sustainable. It’s not going to work.
Jen Margaret, a Treaty advocate and educator, has been working with us to strengthen our engagement with Te Tiriti. Here, she talks about the importance of NZers valuing and recognising Te Ao Māori and Te Tiriti – and ways of doing that.
In this blog, we talk about the pros and cons of social innovation and where we see CLD heading in the next ten years.
The aim of this project was to revitalise the Point Chevalier town centre into a vibrant and inclusive space. Read about how Community-led development has informed all that the Point Chevalier Placemaking Project team does.
Sport Waitakere has recently learned and implemented some valuable lessons that have helped them to be more sustainable and work in a more community-led way.
In this blog, we’d like to talk about how authentic engagement needs the involvement of both community groups and local people; and about how leadership needs to be adaptive.
IC and the Tamarack Institute have co-written a new paper in which we reflect on changes in CLD over the past decade and discuss what the future holds. Read the full paper here.
This past month has been busy! We have a newsletter packed with events, resources and information for you.
Inspiring Communities is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year. So it’s time to reflect and celebrate! Here’s part one of a three part blog series on what we’ve learnt and what we’re thinking about going forward.