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Cultural Approaches

INVOLVE 2023 Keynote: Matekino Marshall

Matekino Marshall, CEO of The Ngāti Tamaoho Trust, gives his opening address to the INVOLVE 2023 conference.

Significant Event Response

Office of the Children’s Commissioner: Life in Lockdown Report

Donna and Emma kick-off the INVOVLE Webinar Series with their whakaaro on the Office of the Children’s Commissioner's Life in Lockdown Report.

Youth Development Approaches

Te Ao

Bilal is a long-time friend of Ara Taiohi and wrote an excellent article of the place of Te Ao within the Mana Taiohi framework. Here he talks about this article his story and how Te Ao fits amidst a COVID-19 context too.

Youth Development Approaches


In this post-covid world, we are learning ways to adapt our lives into the “new norm.” Watch this resource to deepen your knowledge and strengthen your learning on Mātauranga with Drs whaea Elizabeth Kerekere and Kelsey Deane.

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Significant Event Response

Mental Health and Wellbeing During Covid-19 FREE Webinar

3 workshops run by Youthline Wellington: 1) Self-care in Our Changed Environment, 2) How Youthline changed My Life, 3) Navigating Anxiety

Professional Development

Rangatahi Mental Health – Responding to the Youth19 Survey

This presentation and panel discussion focusses on the youth mental health findings from the Youth19 Rangatahi survey. The Youth19 Rangatahi Smart Survey (Youth19) is the latest in the Youth2000 series of health and wellbeing surveys.

Significant Event Response

Red Cross Psychological First Aid Workshop for Youth Workers

This workshop will help you better support the young people you work with, as well as help you understand and manage your own responses to the Covid-19 crisis.

Significant Event Response

Tamariki and Rangatahi Post-Covid lockdown

Children's Commissioner Judge Becroft discusses how community organisations can respond to priorities for tamariki and rangatahi and shares insights into how children fared in the Covid-19 lockdown and what is needed to support young people going forward.

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