The Multicultural New Zealand, New Zealand Human Rights Commission, Independent Police Conduct Authority and Hui E have partnered to hold a series of youth workshops nationally, and with support of Nelson Multicultural Council and New Zealand Newcomers network.The purpose of these workshops are to explore some of the barriers youth face when accessing social services particularly when they require assistance. The workshops will provide a positive environment to interact, discuss these issues and mutually educate and inform.We look forward to welcoming you and hope the fun day activity will strengthen our engagement with youth from Maori, Pacific and Ethnic communities including those with former refugee and migrant backgrounds.
If you are fund raising for your group why not run a food stall at the Founders ANZAC Fair which runs from 10.30am to 3.30pm on Sunday 23 April (postponed to 25th April if very wet). Stalls are free for community groups. The Founders ANZAC Fair will be a day full of family entertainment with a heritage feel. Contact [email protected] if you would like more information
Founders ANZAC Fair will be a day full of family entertainment on Sunday 23 April from 10.30am to 3.30pm. Travel down Memory Lane as the story of Nelson Great Fire is brought to life by drama group Histrionics. Explore the War Zone to see vintage vehicles, military equipment and army re-enactments as we remember ANZAC Day. View the cardboard town created as part of the Heritage Week activities. Enjoy all the fun of the fair in the vintage Carnival Zone complete with side shows, magician, acrobats and old fashioned games.
Your community group could be part of the day by running a food stall to raise money for your organisation. Stalls are free. If you would like more information please contact [email protected]
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Contact Name: Sarah Newman-Watt
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