Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Welcome to seeds, where we talk with people making a positive impact with their lives.  Now with more than 215+ interviews and 82,000+ listens...

Website at www.theseeds.nz 
(videos, articles, impact lunch links ...)

Search podcast apps for "seeds".  Apple podcasts here or Spotify here or in most other apps.

Hosted by Steven Moe.  Stay curious.

 

steven@theseeds.nz / @nzstevenmoe and @seeds_podcast
Facebook
 / LinkedIn Supported by Parry Field Lawyers

ISSN 2538-1113

For articles, videos, book information and more www.theseeds.nz

Newsletter:

* indicates required
 

Sep 26, 2020

Audio of session on the "Sprinting for Good" report which captures the co-design process used to develop the National Action Plan for Community Governance and provides insights into the potential application of co-design in the community sector.  This launch was held on 25 September 2020.

In this session Dr Jo Cribb describes the findings from the report - the benefits of co-design, how to use the process effectively and what was learned (and would do differently). She also outlines what resources are available in the report for those interested in using the process in their organisations and communities. We also hear from Matua Kevin Haunui who provides his perspective as well.

This event was hosted by Steven Moe (lawyer and host of seeds podcast) as part of the regular community, NFP, NGO, volunteer cross sector meetings that have been going since first lockdown.  

Video of the session and other resources associated with the Report: https://www.centreforsocialimpact.org.nz/te-puaha-o-te-ako/2020/september/sprinting-for-good-co-designing-for-impact-toolkit-launched

The report is here: https://www.centreforsocialimpact.org.nz/media/1661/200923-sprinting-for-good-using-co-design-csi-final.pdf

Thank you to the five foundation funders: Auckland Council, Foundation North, Rata Foundation, Ministerial Discretionary Fund administered by the Department of Internal Affairs and Grant Thornton. 

More content at www.theseeds.nz