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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

Upcoming 2018 workshops – save the dates!

Here's a list of our upcoming workshops. Save the... more

The Pūkeko Centre: A shared vision in East Christchurch

The Parklands community in East Christchurch was badly affected by the 2011... more

Jim Diers available to come to Aotearoa

Jim Diers is available to come back to Aotearoa New Zealand from 11th – 18th... more

From Complexity to Collaboration: a new paper

  Using a community-led development lens, this paper discusses public... more

Our May newsletter

Have you read our May newsletter yet? For all the latest news, workshops and... more

Our new CLD Capability Framework

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

Our April newsletter

Titiro whakamuri Kokiri whakamua Look back and reflect So you can move... more

The Capability Framework

Whatever our community-led development focus or role is, it’s HOW we work... more

Our March newsletter

In our March newsletter, you can find out where your nearest CLD skills... more

Collective and Collaborative Place Based Initiatives

A Knowledge Review: What Works, What Matters, Why and Guidance for the Peter... more