The Wellington Diocese are active in promoting social justice throughout the region.
Contact: Kate Day – Email: [email protected]
Basic Income New Zealand came into being early 2015 as a direct consequence of two talks by Professor Guy Standing given at a Humanist, Rationalist and Skeptics conference held at Havelock North on February 14 and 15. Professor Standing spoke about his most recent work and the concept of The Precariat and his latest book … Continue reading Basic Income New Zealand (BINZ)
Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has released 2 new reports Too soon for the tooth fairy: the implications of child poverty for oral health, which summarises current knowledge about the prevalence of poor oral health among children in Aotearoa-New Zealand and Will children get the help they need: An analysis of effectiveness of policies for … Continue reading CPAG has released 2 new reports on child poverty
Based on the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Ottawa Charter, the HPF is the umbrella organisation for all those who identify health promotion as part of their work. Contact: Sione Tuitahi/ www.hauora.co.nz Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
Hui E! seeks to promote , strengthen and connect the community sector : tangata whenua organisations, charities, incorporated societies, clubs, boards, trusts and informal community groups. Contact: Anaru Fraser / www.huie.org.nz Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
A movement to promote community-led development, acting as a catalyst to recognise the potential in local people, and using our experience and expertise to mentor, broker, train and connect communities to become even better places to live, work and invest in. Their vision is An Aotearoa where all communities flourish – connected, positive communities with … Continue reading Inspiring Communities
Covering a wide range of issues including poverty and inequality, climate change, refugees and working with Te Tiriti.
Contact: Betsan Martin | Email: [email protected]
An independent policy forum that aims to provide a forum for education and debate on progressive policy priorities.
Contact Mike Smith / www.fabians.org.nz
Working in every community in New Zealand, leading and advocating for quality public education.
Oxfam has a vision of a world without poverty where people are valued and treated equally, on a planet that has the natural resources to sustain them.
Contact: Paula Feehan | Email: [email protected]
Contact Re-Imaging Social Work in New Zealand through the website
Our aim is to connect with people across Aotearoa New Zealand in creating a more equitable, connected, innovative and sustainable country, rooted in a firm commitment to the Tiriti o Waitangi, and to engaging proactively in global affairs. Working together we want to make a home for everyone who dwells here. Contact: Aaron Packard: [email protected] Be … Continue reading The Collective Project
The Methodist Alliance is the formal alliance of the Methodist Missions, Trusts and Parishes that are delivering social services across Aotearoa. Our vision is a just and inclusive society in which all people flourish. The Methodist Alliance is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the bi-cultural journey. Methodist organisations provide a wide range of … Continue reading The Methodist Alliance
The PSA is New Zealand’s largest union, interested in the debate about equality and how fair and fully funded community and public services can help make Aotearoa New Zealand a better, fairer place for all.
Janine Bridgeman | www.psa.org.nz
Time Bank’s Mission is facilitating an equitable and resilient way forward for Aotearoa New Zealand by creating a means of exchange that values sharing the gifts we have with others, strengthening a sense of community and inspiring respect for each other and our environment. Contact: Julie Lee / www.timebank.org.nz Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
VNZ creates an environment which supports, promotes, values and encourages effective volunteering throughout health, welfare, education, cultural, faith-based, community support, ethnic, sport and recreation, conservation, special interest and international groups. Contact: Scott Miller/ www.volunteeringnz.org.nz Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
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