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The 2013 Maori Coexisting Disorders Summit will be held on Monday 02 – Tuesday 03 December 2013.
The theme of this year’s summit is `Ma te hinengaro e kite, ma te whatumanawa e rangona’ that translates as ‘The mind is for seeing, the heart is for hearing’. The focus is specifically on `Education, Evaluation and Ethics’ and will explore a number of critical issues which impact the provision of co-existing education, management and treatment especially amongst M?ori service providers.
Hosted by Te Pu Wananga o Anamata, the event will be held at Te Manuka Tutahi Marae in Whakatane.
Registrations are now open for the summit, visit the website http://maoricedsummit.weebly.com.
Working4Youth is an online resource providing notices, current events, projects, research & publications and networking for those working with and for young people in the Bay of Plenty.
Eastern Bay of Plenty
Linkage - Directory to support youth in the Eastern Bay of Plenty
Linkage has produced a colourful mini-directory to support young people in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. Covering Whakatane, Kawerau and Opotiki, the pocket directory is aimed at linking young people who have general health or wellbeing concerns to accessible services. For copies of the pocket-sized directory to distribute, please contact: email@example.com or 0800 932 432. The hard-copy directory is complemented by www.linkage.co.nz, the newly launched website featuring the Webhealth directory and a community noticeboard.
Child Protection Studies Programme - Whakatane February 2014
The Child Protection Studies Programme is being delivered in Whakatane on 24 - 28 February 2014. This is a specialised, NZQA accredited (level 3) child protection training. Click here for more information, or enrol online.
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