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Do we need more than Maslow’s hierarchy to advance tamariki and rangatahi wellbeing?

September 29, 2023 at 12:54 PM

From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse - https://nzfvc.org.nz/node/5077

DATE

Monday 2 October 2023

TIME

1-2pm

LOCATION

Online

ORGANISED BY

The Child Wellbeing and Poverty Reduction Group and the Child wellbeing Research Institute

COST

Free

Nationally, strengths based, locally led initiatives are contributing significant gains for tamariki and rangatahi wellbeing. While there is recognition that positive outcomes are being generated by such practices, more analysis is needed across successful transformation that aims to unpack commonalities in how and why change is occurring.

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This webinar will provide insights of value to community, government and academic sectors by exploring the change mechanisms underpinning two very different approaches to uplifting child and youth wellbeing, with a particular exploration of how we need to evolve our thought processes beyond Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.

The panel will be chaired by Clare Ward Executive Director, Child Wellbeing and Poverty Reduction Group and facilitated by Associate Professor Sacha McMeeking, Child Wellbeing Research Institute. It will explore some of the transferrable insights for those engaged in child and youth wellbeing.

 

Presenters

Chair:

  • Clare Ward, Executive Director, Strategy Governance and Engagement Group and Child Wellbeing and Poverty Reduction, within the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Facilitator:

  • Associate Professor Sach McMeeking, Co-Director with the Child Wellbeing Research Institute at the University of Canterbury.

Keynote speakers:

 

Any queries, email: childyouthwellbeing@dpmc.govt.nz

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