Conferences & Events Ltd | Po Box 1254 | Nelson 7010 | Ph: 03 546 6022 | Programme as at June 2011 (subject to change) Print version can be found here Presentations can be found linked to the presenters name 2.30pm 3.30pm 4.15pm 4.30pm 5.30pm 7.00pm 8.00pm Registration opens - Victory Village Community Centre Mihi /Welcome Hon Tariana Turia, Minister of the Community Voluntary Sector Afternoon Tea Experiencing the Victory magic - on campus at Victory  From values to volleyball!  Guided groups around the campus. Hangi served at Victory Community Centre Victory Village Story; Mark Brown and Kindra Douglas What sparked the energy at Victory and how and why has change come about. With a narrative by two of the leaders who have been involved through the last decade, with a focus on learning. End of day one WEDNESDAY 27th July @ Victory Village, Community Centre, Totora Street, Victory Square, Nelson THURSDAY 28th July @ Nelson College for Girls, Trafalgar Street, Nelson 8.45am 9.00am 10.15am 10.45am Noon 1.00pm 3.00pm 3.30pm 5.15pm 7.00pm Welcome to the Forum - Mark and Kindra Plenary: 'Why Family Centred, Community Led Development?' ‘What it means to be involved in Community Development; a range of perspectives’ Di Grenell, Director, Whanau Ora, Te Puni Kokiri' John Forbes, Vice President of Local Govt NZ and Mayor of Opotiki Carl Davidson, Chief Families Commissioner John Prendergast CEO Community Trust Southland Morning Tea Home Groups with Facilitators These facilitated Home Groups will provide a “base camp” for participants to debrief and update each other about their experiences as the forum unfolds. Lunch CONCURRENT STREAMS:  NZ examples of getting started in Family Centred  Community Led Development. Each concurrent stream explores a different “setting” or starting point for family- centred, community- led development. There will be either two or three brief presentations in each workshop, followed by a facilitated discussion about common themes and learning which have emerged. Schools; Mark Brown and Wendy Taylor, Victory Primary School Local Government; Mariska Wouters LGNZ Craig Campbell Smart, New Plymouth DC Young People/Rangatahi; Judy Kumeroa, Stone Soup Ron Kjestrup & Deanne Patrick YMCA Nelson Weaving Families & Communities Together; Sue Rei, Great Start Taita Environment; Kari Beavan, Rakiura/Stewart Island  Hapu/Whanau; Louisa Erickson-Prout, Whakatohea Maori Trust Board and Colleen Tuuta & Di Grenell, Director, Whanau Ora, Te Puni Kokiri Health and Wellbeing; Pat Webster, Penny Molnar & Leanne Curtis, Victory Community Health Recreation/Culture/Arts; JIll Walker Travelling Tuataras, Laurie Durand Youth Projects Trust Afternoon Tea CONCURRENT SKILLS WORKSHOPS: These Workshops will be led by people with expertise about useful skills/knowledge about family-centred and/or community-led development. 1. Capturing & Communicating: Evaluation & Reporting Community Change; Denise Bijoux Inspiring Communities 2. What we're learning about Community Led Development; Megan Courtney and Barbara MacLennan, Inspiring Communities 3. Economic Development & Enterprise; Di Jennings 4. Working between the sectors; Ian Leader, Manager Community Engagement, Westpac (NZ), Paul Prestidge 5. Lived Experience - Families Panels Discussion Group; Melanie McNatty Family Works,, Gill Pirikahu Whakauae Research 6. Research as Practice: Stories from the field; David Stuart Families Commission, Bruce Maden Te Aroha Noa, Sue Copas 7. Ways of Connecting: 7. Rebecca Harrington 1 & 2 & 3  Lifewise  &Sally Christie from Thames Linking Communities Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center: (the asset- based community development Organiser’s workbook can be downloaded here 11MB) 8. Funding Sustainability; Pat Webster, Victory Community Health Centre, Iain Hines J R McKenzie Trust, Southland Community Trust/Philanthropy NZ, and Hugh Lawrence, OCVS Home Group with Facilitators Forum Dinner - Entertainment by Mosaic World Choir Mosaic World Choir is famous in Nelson for its culturally diverse acapella singing.  Conducted by Shannel Courtney up to 40 singers meet weekly to sing and practise for various community performances, Race Unity Day being one of the choir’s favourites.  Whether it is African, Pasific Island, Georgian or soul, Mosaic brings the colour and strength of these songs alive in 4 part harmony.  Mosaic World Choir will perform between the dinner and dessert and ready us for a celebratory evening of dance and song. FRIDAY 29th July @ Nelson College for Girls, Trafalgar Street, Nelson 9.00am 11.00am 11.30am 1.00pm 1.45pm 2.30pm 3.15pm Working Together for Family Centred, Community-Led Development David Hanna 1 & 2 will lead a World cafe conversation exploring how change occurs when we share the goal of a family centred, community-led development. Morning Tea Drawing the Strings Together and Looking to the Future – Thoughts and a Conversation Shifts we are seeing and what more do we do to accelerate family-centred community-led development. Helen Watson, Penny Hulse, Megan Courtney, Kim Workman. Facilitator David Hannan Boxed Lunch Home Group:A Chance to identify learning together, share highlights and steps to take when returning to community and work development Focus on the Way Forward - Sharing the Gems; A final session that brings together implications for policy and practice around family centred, community-led development. What does this mean for all participants and sectors?  Facilitator: David Hanna Poroporoaki - Closing "Everyone Matters" "Seize the Moment" Follow us on: Find us on:
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