Speed Dating Event - POSTPONED
We wish to announce that our Speed dating Event has been postponed - we will now be holding it on Monday 5th November 2012. Details of time and location will be confirmed ASAP, however it will still be a lunchtime event so pop it in your diary!
If you wish to attend please feel free to register now, and we will ensure you are informed of the details as aoon as they are confirmed.
Remember this is an opportunity for you to meet other Volunteer Coordinators and Managers in our region!! AND now it is being held on International Volunteer Managers Day, so come and celebrate with us!!
In the mean time here is a reminder of the Community Forum On:
SOLUTIONS TO CHILD POVERTY
Provided by Palmerston North Community Services Council
With the support and assistance of Palmerston North City Council
Professor Jonathan Boston, co-chair of the Expert Advisory Group for Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand invites you to a presentation of the Issues and Options: Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand, in Palmerston North, 12noon – 2pm, Wednesday 10 October, Sound & Vision Space, Palmerston North City Librar
You can access the Issues and Options Paper for Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand online here Issues and Options Paper for Solutions to Child Poverty
. A summary of the package can be found here http://www.occ.org.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/9858/FINALSUMMARYExperts_Advisory_Group_options.pdf
All the background papers that contributed to the Issues and Options Paper for Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand can be viewed on the Children’s Commissioner’s website Solutions to Child Poverty
Your feedback on the Expert Advisory Group's proposals is important and welcomed. The Group want to know if the ideas in the paper will work in your community. They want to know what proposals you would prioritise and if they have missed any crucial ideas. They are keen to hear about what is happening in your community to reduce child poverty and mitigate its effects.
The Group is particularly interested to know your views on:
Which proposals will be effective in reducing child poverty?
Which proposals are less likely to be effective?
What are the most important proposals to reduce child poverty?
What needs to be done first and why?
What is missing from the package?
If you cannot make the above event. Your views and opinions on the package of solutions to child poverty are important to hear. You can provide feedback through an online Survery Monkey
or email your feedback to email@example.com
You are also welcome to post your feedback to:
FEEDBACK ON CHILD POVERTY SOLUTIONS
Office of the Children's Commissioner
PO Box 5610
You can also follow Dr Russell Wills, Children’s Commissioner on Facebook
Please RSVP to Sophie McCashin <firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free pass this invitation to those in your working networks who would be interested in contributing to this very important issue for our children.
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Manawatu & Districts
77-85 King Street
Palmerston North 4410
0800 865 2687 or 06 354 6027
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