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Tatou Tautou e! All of us together. Wellington August 27–28

The theme for this con­fer­ence is “Tātou tātou e!”. It is based on the con­cept of “all of us togeth­er” and will focus on how the delib­er­ate valu­ing and build­ing of strong rela­tion­ships, of under­stand­ing how the inter­de­pen­dence of all of us, of each for the oth­er, is crit­i­cal to the true devel­op­ment of well­be­ing at indi­vid­ual, fam­i­ly, whanau, com­mu­ni­ty and soci­etal level.

The con­fer­ence will:
• explore the ways in which com­mu­ni­ty organ­i­sa­tions val­ue and build rela­tion­ships for greater well­be­ing with the peo­ple they serve and with each oth­er.
• con­sid­er how government’s Well­be­ing Bud­get poli­cies impacts on com­mu­ni­ties and com­mu­ni­ty organ­i­sa­tions
• how the prac­tices of fund­ing agen­cies build (or under­mines) rela­tion­ships with peo­ple, com­mu­ni­ties and com­mu­ni­ty organ­i­sa­tions.
• inves­ti­gate the role of spir­i­tu­al­i­ty in enhanc­ing well-being of old­er peo­ple
• chal­lenge and inspire del­e­gates to cre­ate mean­ing­ful and effec­tive rela­tion­ships for wellbeing.

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