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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

Leading in Community Change workshop, Nelson, 2018

Our 2019 CLD skills workshops

Here are the details of the CLD skills workshops we have planned for 2019.... more

Workshop: Making Sense of Community-Led Change

Christchurch, August 2019 Community-led change is exciting, messy and... more

Workshop: Connections + Collaboration

Connections + Collaborations Workshop - Hawke's Bay, July 2019 A community... more

Reflections and Learning from Great Start Taita: A Final Kitchen Table Conversation

Learning from what doesn’t work matters too.  This case study... more
Connections and Collaboration workshop, Gore 2019

Workshop: Connections + Collaboration

Connections + Collaborations Workshop - Whakatāne, June 2019 A... more

CLD and Communities of Identity

A Network Hui, Tāmaki Makaurau A half day CLD sharing, learning and... more
Riccarton West community

Riccarton West: A positive Christchurch community story

Here's a story of a Christchurch community that managed to transform itself... more
Connections and Collaboration workshop, Gore 2019

Our first workshop for 2019: Connections and Collaboration in Gore

Our first workshop of the year is done and dusted. Who came, what was learned... more
Paul Schmitz

Paul Schmitz is coming to New Zealand!

Inspiring Communities is proud to be bringing Paul Schmitz to New Zealand in... more

Connecting communities one repair at a time

Nowadays the need for a circular economy is a statement that’s hot on... more