2 March, 2017 to 6 May, 2017
Applications close February 1st for the New Zealand Training Fellowship in Advocacy and Campaigning, a cutting-edge course led by leading local and international facilitators. Designed specifically for mid-senior leaders, you'll super-charge your skills and energy, gain further confidence as a social change leader, and connect with a community of your peers from across Aotearoa.
23 March, 2017
Lincoln University invites you to join well known Radio personality Kim Hill and panellists in a stimulating discussion. WATER – for New Zealand, for the world…what has to change to ensure our future? Is New Zealand using its water responsibly?
24 March, 2017
2017 is the second year of a two-year “Unite to End TB” campaign for World TB Day. This year, WHO places a special focus on uniting efforts to "Leave no one behind", including actions to address stigma, discrimination, marginalization and overcome barriers to access care.
25 March, 2017 to 26 March, 2017
Neighbours Day Aotearoa wants to help you turn your street into a neighbourhood! Join in New Zealand’s biggest celebration of neighbourliness on 25-26 March 2017
29 March, 2017
In this 30-minute webinar Sharon Shea will demonstrate practical first steps for using the RBA™ methodology and how you can use it to show the impact of your work.
2 April, 2017
The ninth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2017. Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events. How will you celebrate?
3 April, 2017 to 7 April, 2017
The World Congress on Public Health (WCPH) is held every 2-4 years by the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) and it attracts between 2,000-4,000 delegates. The Congress serves as an international forum for the exchange of knowledge and experiences on key public health issues, contributing towards protecting and promoting public health at a national and global level.
5 April, 2017 to 6 April, 2017
Symposium exploring themes around understanding levers of change and systems thinking through a Māori lens plus more.
7 April, 2017
World Health Day, celebrated on 7 April every year to mark the anniversary of the founding of WHO, provides us with a unique opportunity to mobilise action around a specific health topic of concern to people all over the world.
12 April, 2017
Presenter: Michael Hale - Healthy Auckland Together, Monitoring Report. Presenter: Gretchen Seemann - Quality