CIDANZ

Search Results for:

Empowering Young People Through Ei Katu-Making

Emerge Aotearoa provides a wide range of recovery and rehabilitation services designed to empower people to reach their full recovery potential. They believe that everyone is capable of living a meaningful life and are committed to helping their service users to be the best they can be – resulting in improved overall community well-being and participation. …

Empowering Young People Through Ei Katu-Making Read More »

2018 Cook Islands Language Week

As a Cook Islands organisation focused on community and economic development, we’ve had the greatest privilege liaising with the Ministry for Pacific Peoples in the national coordination of Cook Islands Language week. It is with pride that we announce the theme for this years Cook Islands Language Week 2018: Kia ngākau parau, kia rangarangatu to tatou …

2018 Cook Islands Language Week Read More »

NOW CLOSED – Funding applications for CILW community activities & events!

[APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED!] The Cook Islands community are the second largest Pacific ethnic group in New Zealand (after Samoans) making up 20% (61,839) of the Pacific population (295,941) with 59.5% (36,810) living in the Auckland region (Census 2013). The annual ‘Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki ’Āirani: Cook Islands Language Week is being held from …

NOW CLOSED – Funding applications for CILW community activities & events! Read More »