Auckland IC Newsletter July 2014

This Carl Sandburgh quote, painted by Peter Tunney in 2005, is the inspiration for this newsletter. Winteris a great time for reflecting on what’s working well and thinking about where there might be
opportunities for change and action.

Auckland May 2014 Auckland Newsletter

We have had a really enjoyable start to the year with some fantastic locally-grown events such as the Crowd-Grown Feast, Weed-dating, Neighbours Day and many more. It seems that the city is full of innovative and creative locally-led enterprise and so this newsletter celebrates a few of those.
May 2014 Auckland Newsletter

March 2014 Auckland Newsletter

Already there is a huge amount going with regard to locally led change and it is really fascinating tosee just how much working in this way is about different strokes for different folks. So this issue
celebrates some of the many different ways people are creating connecting spaces. Two of the
articles are very obviously place-based – they are located in a particular suburb or site for example –
while the other two are, being more about creating and serving common interests, more space- than
place-based perhaps.

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Inspiring Communities Newsletter 38 – September 2013

As we focus on our country’s determined participation in the America’s Cup, it’s wellworth reflecting on what enables our tiny nation to excel on the world stage.

Inspiring Communities Newsletter 37 – July 2013

Over time, our national participation rates in elections are declining, with under 50% of eligible citizensbothering to exercise this most basic right of citizenship in the 2010 local body elections.

Inspiring Communities Newsletter 36 – May 2013

Our Newsletter this month celebrates the growing community-led development movement around Aotearoa.