The Scope Review Tool is coming to the Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough Region. This is an assessment tool that assesses how effective youth organisatons/services are at working with young people. https://cantyouthworks.sharepoint.com/Scope/What is the Scope Review Tool/The Scope Review Tool.docx?web=1 We need Scope assessors from the Nelson, Tasman Marlborough region. There is a criteria attached and an application form.If you are interested in applying you can fill out the attached application form and send to Deanne at [email protected] by 5pm on Friday the 10th of February. If your application is accepted you will be contacted to set up an interview. The interviews are taking place on Monday the 6th of March in Nelson.If you want to know more about being a Scope Assessor then please contact me. My contact details are below.Please pass this email and information to anyone you know who would be interested and meet the criteriaThanking you John Harrington Scope Manager Mobile 021 502 133 Phone 03 377 8080
Little Voices from Fukushima is a documentary film dedicated to Japanese mothers and children living in the post-meltdown world of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster.
In the course of telling their stories, Director Hitomi Kamanaka takes us to Belarus, where we learn from mothers who experienced the Chernobyl nuclear disaster 28 years ago.
Ryo Aoki who lives in Nelson edited this film just before he left Japan.
Director : Hitomi Kamanaka
Producer : Shukichi Koizumi
Photographer : Makiko Iwata
Editor : Ryo Aoki
Music : Shing02
Production & Distribution : Bun Bun Films
Date & Time :
25th November 1:30~3:30pm
2nd December 1:30~3:30pm
Admission fee: $10
Article type: News and information
Venue:Refinary Art Space
Contact Name: Ryo & Yoshiko
Contact Phone: 02102415899
Contact Email: [email protected]