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Policy Watch February 2016

Mā te rongo, ka mōhio; Mā te mōhio, ka mārama;Mā te mārama, ka mātau; Mā te mātau, ka ora. Through resonance comes awareness ; through awareness comes understanding;through understanding comes knowledge; through knowledge comes life and well-being. [Maori proverb included in Lt Gen Right Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae’s last Waitangi Day address] Kia ora tātou katoa Happy…

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Language please!

It’s all in the numbers! The 2015 Valuation of the Benefit System for Working-age Adults is out and it seems $12 billion tax payers dollars have been saved over four years in welfare payments and the welfare reforms are at the centre of this achievement. An investment approach underlies the welfare reforms and the goal is…

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Postgraduate study in preventing violence and creating trauma recovery

Postgraduate study in preventing violence and creating trauma recovery : Auckland University of Technology (AUT) AUT is offering a host of postgraduate level studies in the field of preventing violence and creating trauma recovery. These include: Postgraduate Certificate in Health Science in Violence and Trauma Studies (AK3484) Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science in Violence and…

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Creating Transformative Change in Practice and Organisations: Workshop

Creating Transformative Change in Practice and Organisations Workshop –  presented by Te Aroha Noa and Practice Research and Professional Development Hub, School of Social Work, Massey University. This three day workshop enables practitioners from diverse backgrounds and agencies to explore change processes when working with individuals, groups and families. The focus: The workshop draws on strengths…

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Workshops from Karl Tomm in Wellington 8 April

The Family Centre and Massey University Pyschology Clinic in Wellington are hosting two half day workshops from Karl Tomm on 8 April 2016 9.30am-4.30am The two workshops are: Alternative Ethical Postures that Therapists Can Adopt in Clinical Decision Making [9:30 – 12:30] Deconstructing Shame and Guilt, and Opening Space for Apology, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation [1:30…

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How to amaze your funders with watertight evidence

The Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre is starting the New Year with a live Webinar – How to amaze your funders with watertight evidence– on Tuesday 9th February 11.00am “This webinar is for time-poor, cash-strapped organisations who are under pressure to produce evidence of their results.  Kate and Rachael will present tools and case studies, to help you…

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