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Putting pen to paper

The Putting Pen to Paper series was produced by The Department of Internal Affairs and other stakeholders to offer guidance on putting partnering principles into practice.

The first report focuses specifically on the development of interagency partnership agreements, providing guidance for those entering into new multiparty relationships and gives a brief analysis of key opportunities and challenges to date. pentopaper

Resources

Ngā mihi o te tau hou!

Ngā mihi o te tau hou! Happy New Year! We're back after a relaxing and... more

Our 10 year celebration video

We've been supporting community-led change in Aotearoa for 10 years! We... more

Snapshot 2018

We spent 2018 celebrating ten years of supporting community-led change in... more

A Village within a City: How Grey Lynn 2030 has created change over the last decade

Like Inspiring Communities, Grey Lynn 2030 is celebrating its 10 year... more
TONIC conference 2018

November 2018 newsletter

Here's our latest newsletter! In our third and final blog in the 10 year... more
Rākau Tautoko

Building sustainable change: Why it’s important for community to own this challenge

When community development worker Tara Moala walks away from a project, she has... more
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
Board showing what the community wanted

Community is at the heart of solutions for Point Chevalier

Project Background In 2017 the Albert Eden Local Board allocated funding for... more

Sustainable change through leadership: lessons from Sport Waitakere

Sport Waitakere’s purpose is simple – to make a positive impact on West... more