Updated 24 November
Collective action empowers communities to develop and deliver on their aspirations, addressing what matters most to them. It shares power. Using a community lens and concept of locality-based planning this session will examine an adaptive, continuous learning approach (collective impact), and give you some of the tools needed to implement it. The emphasis will be on the importance of putting whānau at the centre, underpinned by equity, excellence, sustainability, and partnership between local government, central government, and communities. The resources can be used for all forms of locality-based planning for wellbeing and in particular for the partnerships we need to create for health.
Presented by Amarjit Maxwell, Chief Executive of
Jazz Grewal, Programme Director for Collective Action