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Community Development Conference - Auckland - 15-17 Feb 2017

September 22, 2016 at 4:29 PM

Community Development Conference - Auckland - 15-17 Feb 2017

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When: 15 - 17 February 2017

Where: Unitec Institute of Technology, Mt Albert and Henderson, Auckland

Organised by ACDA (Aotearoa Community Development Association) and IACD (International Association for Community Development).

Call for papers closes 10 October 2016. Check the website for submission dates for other formats.

Cost: $455, early bird rate $410 until 30 November 2016. Register now

Conference theme:

Sustainably yours: Community Development and a sustainable just future"

In 2015 member states of the UN adopted Agenda 2030 including the 17 Goals for Sustainable Development bringing together goals for social environmental and economic aspiration within a sustainability model. Delivery is to be effected by collaborations between state, private sector and civil society. Unlike the former Millennium Development Goals, the Sustainable Development Goals apply to both the developing and more developed world recognising that the opportunities to improve social, economic and environmental wellbeing are present in all societies.

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