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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

Our August newsletter

Have you read our latest newsletter? In this edition: Jim Diers visiting... more
Kids in park, Waitangirua, 2015

Growing a movement for child well-being

Lisa Woods, our Child Rich Communities (CRC) Lead, talks about the CRC Project... more

Jim Dier’s latest reflections

In celebration of our 10 year anniversary, we wanted to talk to experts who've... more

Our July newsletter

For all the latest news and information from the team, including a blog from... more

To Embrace Community We Must Embrace Complexity

Our National Coordinator, David Hanna, met recently with the team at... more

Our June newsletter

Here's Inspiring Communities' June 2018 newsletter, just in case you missed it!... more

Weaving our Strengths forum report

We thought you'd be interested in our report from the Weaving our Strengths... more

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