1 June, 2017 to 31 August, 2017
Ka Eke Poutama (KEP) is our response to the need to build up a generation of confident, capable and engaged rangatahi Māori to take on governance positions throughout our community.
14 August, 2017 to 20 August, 2017
Cystic Fibrosis New Zealand is gearing up for CF Awareness Week in August when a number of events will be held around the country to raise awareness of this life-threatening illness.
25 August, 2017
We are seeking rangatahi to be part of a collaborative project being led by Te Ohu Mana Rangatahi and Hapai te Hauora. KEI AU is a space that puts rangatahi at the centre of a discussion on decision making with a ‘by rangatahi, for rangatahi’ approach.
25 August, 2017
Daffodil Day is Cancer Society’s most important annual fundraiser. The money raised is used to support patients with cancer and their families, fund breakthrough cancer research and help reduce the incidence of cancer for our children and grandchildren.
6 September, 2017 to 8 September, 2017
The New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine is pleased to announce that the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Wellington from 6-8 September at the James Cook Hotel.
6 September, 2017 to 9 September, 2017
The Cutting Edge addictions conference is New Zealand’s key addiction treatment gathering providing an excellent opportunity for the addiction sector to get together, to network, and to learn about and embrace innovative thinking and practice.
7 September, 2017 to 9 September, 2017
This conference is an excellent opportunity to consider the recent changes and upcoming challenges in the immunisation landscape. On a local New Zealand level, 2017 is a year of change and whilst we will still be bedding in the new Immunisation Schedule, there are bound to be some salient lessons already to ponder.
9 September, 2017
Presenter: Debbie Hargay - University of Auckland Family Violence and Disability
2 October, 2017 to 4 October, 2017
The 2017 Public Health Association of New Zealand Conference's focus is to explore the connections and values of public health. The focus is on place and environments, people and communities, knowledge and wellbeing, as we work to continue building a healthier, stronger, connected Aotearoa New Zealand.
9 October, 2017 to 11 October, 2017
The Pacific Rim International Conference, considered one of the most ‘diverse gatherings’ in the world, encourages and respects voices from “diverse” perspective across numerous areas, including: voices from persons representing all disability areas; experiences of family members and supporters across all disability and diversity areas