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Nelson workshop – Sharing the Kaupapa – Whai Wāhitanga: Active Youth Participation in Mentoring, 3 August 2022

Don't miss out on registering for our special one day workshop being held in Nelson on Wednesday 3 August 2022. This is a brand new workshop in our highly successful Sharing the Kaupapa series. It is all about Whai Wāhitanga: Active Youth Participation in Mentoring. It has been developed by Rod Baxter, a highly experienced practitioner in the youth development sector.
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Invigorate Your Life and Work – a Taste of Psychodrama

Psychodrama is used in many settings: counselling, psychotherapy, organisational development, education, health, the creative arts, community development etc.. Come along and experience the possibilities that psychodrama gives to transform, enrich and invigorate your life and work. Enjoy the trust, playfulness, creativity and aroha of working in a group with skilled leadership. This personal development day is an introduction to this powerful enlivening way of bringing about change.
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Share your volunteer organisation’s story through video

Video can make an immediate impact. Contact me on 027 590 5666 so we can discuss how to share your story through video. Not for Profit discounts apply. I am a local videographer with a Fine Art degree and a wealth of experience volunteering in the UK, India, Nepal & NZ. I am passionate about sharing stories and connecting communities. Watch this video made for Habitat for Humanity to celebrate the recent Volunteer Week > Find out more and follow me
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Rainbow Storytime and Living Library at Elma Turner Library

Erika & CoCo Flash are bringing their Rainbow Storytime and Living Library sessions to Nelson! Rainbow Storytime is a chance to hear books about acceptance, diversity, inclusion and being kind, play some fun games and meet some fabulous drag queens with plenty of colours and glitter! Open to children of all ages. Living Library is designed around learning about how the duo became Erika & Coco, how they identify and is a chance to ask any questions you have about the LGBTQIA+ community.
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Pictability – A goal setting workshop for whānau of those with disability and illness needs

Using positive psychology strategies and Enabling Good Lives Principles, Pictability is a unique vision and goal setting kit that helps you to form a vision for you, yourself, and your family. Meet likeminded people, share your experiences, and learn to recognise the abilities you have that make you the expert in your child’s life.
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