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Creating caring connections - A Graeme Dingle Foundation & University of Auckland Research Symposium

June 29, 2017 at 4:55 PM

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When: Friday 7 July 2017, 10am-2.30pm.

Where: Kohia Conference Centre, Gate 2, Epsom Campus, 78 Epsom Avenue, Epsom, Auckland.

Organised by the Graeme Dingle Foundation and the Centre for Community Research and Evaluation, University of Auckland.

Free. Spaces limited. RSVP required by 29 June 2017.

This event aims to:

  • Build a supportive child and youth development research community
  • Extend our understanding of how youth development programmes work to improve outcomes for New Zealand children and youth
  • Share knowledge on conducting research in the non-profit sector

With a focus on research and interventions that seek to transform the lives of children and youth, previous symposiums have drawn increasing numbers of youth organisations and stakeholders together to share information, connect and learn from one another.

Keynote speakers:

Hon Nikki Kaye, Minister of Education, Minister for Youth Rez Gardi, Young New Zealander of the Year Award 2017

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