An entirely unscientific collection of dates and events that we have heard about and think others might want to know about as well…
Keep an eye on other events happening in our sector under News – Events category of our website
Tick4Kids Events Calendar is a wonderful place to find events around the country designed to promote debate about what needs to be done to improve the lives of children. Check out the Tick4Kids website for more information. For example, how about this event?
Tick for Kids New Plymouth Cross Party Election Forum, hosted by documentary maker Bryan Bruce: 3rd August, New Plymouth Hotel at 7pm.
The Bring an Adult to Vote Campaign is about children motivating their family and whanau to get out and vote, while at the same time teaching the children the purpose and value of participation in democracy. Watch the accompanying videos of the children and teachers who inspired the campaign.
Advocacy workshop – Child Poverty.
3rd August, 5.30-7.00pm, Wellington. CPAG, Every Child Counts and Tick for Kids are jointly holding a Wellington-based advocacy workshop that is focused on putting Child Poverty onto the 2017 election agenda. Wellington on . The workshop will cover tips for campaigning and taking action in the lead up to the election. The workshop will have something for both seasoned and new campaigners. RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
9th August, Wellington Anglican Cathedral of St Paul, Molesworth St, Wellington. This is a joint Roman Catholic and Anglican election forum focusing on housing. Political leaders are being invited to attend and speak, and it will be a fantastic opportunity for people to hear housing challenges and the proposed solutions of our political parties.
Keeping Faith in Politics – Otago University Centre for Theology & Public Issues Election year series
Join the campaign meetings around the country Check out the dates for Murdoch Stephen’s speaking tour in July and August
In the election campaign the Living Wage Movement will be campaigning for the parties to take the lead on the Living Wage by setting an example and adopting the Living Wage for the core public service and workers who are employed by contractors in the public service. They will be challenging political leaders at two forums:
24th August, 6.30-8pm, St Anne’s Catholic Church, 126 Russell Road, Manurewa, Auckland
30th August, 7-9pm, A Fairer Aotearoa – St Peter’s Anglican Church, 211 Willis Street, Wellington