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Auckland Plan

October 24, 2013 at 11:59 AM

Long Term Plan.
The Auckland Council approached Point Research to work with council staff on this directive.  Point Research have lots of experience working with both the family and sexual violence sectors and supported council staff on a similar plan in the area of injury prevention.

Next steps for the Multi-Sector Action Plan
I do believe we do need to have another hui. The purpose of this hui would be to:

  • present consultation options (Maori and Tauiwi) for the development of the multi-sector action plan and gain agreement on approach
  • agree on the make up of a working group to support the development of the multi-sector action plan.

Consultation options
We are working on a range of consultation options.  We are keen to come up with something energising and exciting that works within the limited time capacity of the sector and incorporates learnings from previous hui at Orakei and Nga Tapawae.  If you have any thoughts or been part of a process that you really liked please let me know.

Working Group
We are currently working on a draft terms of reference for this group to help us ensure we get the right people around the table. 
Could you please let Kelly know if you are willing to meet again for the above purpose and your availability.  P

Possible dates are Wednesday 4 or 11 December 9:30 – 1:00pm at Western Springs Community Hall.
It would be great if you could get back to me by Wednesday 30 October.

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