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.
Ten years ago, Mataura wasn’t seen as a very desirable place to live. But the last decade has seen the town go through a complete transformation.
Join us to engage with 13 people from different places and perspectives celebrating how CLD works for them in Tamaki Makaurau.
We’ve refined our CLD principles to make them simpler, more accessible and more responsive to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Māori world views.
In this edition: a new Jim Diers blog, more CLD skills workshops, a blog on Child Rich Communities and info on the Whakamana conference.
The emergent issue facing Colville and the wider Coromandel area is a lack of infrastructure, meaning the community has to travel out of Colville for many essential services. The Colville Project has an inspiring solution.
Lisa Woods, our Child Rich Communities (CRC) Lead, talks about the CRC Project and what needs to be done to secure better child well-being in Aotearoa.