Whakapono: End child poverty in Maori whanau (a preliminary report)

About Child Poverty Action Group Child Poverty Action Group (Inc) (CPAG) is a non-profit group formed in 1994, and made up of academics, activists, practitioners and supporters. CPAG has a strong education and research role which enables it to contribute to better informed social policy to support children in Aotearoa New Zealand, specifically children who … Continue reading Whakapono: End child poverty in Maori whanau (a preliminary report)

Indigenous people are being displaced again – by gentrification

Soaring rents are destroying the communities Aboriginal people have painstakingly built in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. It all feels very familiar Walking into the inner-city Brisbane suburb of West End one morning, I witnessed a group of Aboriginal “parkies” being moved on from a corner of the main road. “So nothing’s really changed for blackfellas … Continue reading Indigenous people are being displaced again – by gentrification

Indigenous communities are reworking urban planning, but planners need to accept their history

Nearly 80% of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia live in urban areas but cities often exclude and marginalise them. Urban planning and policy have been central to this, and the harms can be seen in key moments and processes that have shaped Australia’s urban environments. Today, Indigenous people continue to be seen … Continue reading Indigenous communities are reworking urban planning, but planners need to accept their history

Number of pokie machines in Māori communities ‘hugely disproportionate’

How to destroy indigenous communities   Northland doctor and political aspirant Lance O'Sullivan says urgent action is needed to rid New Zealand of pokie machines. Earlier this year Dr O'Sullivan called for a ban on the machines, after witnessing the devastating impacts they had on his Northland community of Kaitaia. Dr O'Sullivan re-iterated that stance on … Continue reading Number of pokie machines in Māori communities ‘hugely disproportionate’

A radical & successful approach to working with Indigenous communities | Denise Hagan | TEDxBrisbane

Traditional western models for 'helping' Aboriginal communities don't work. By turning these models upside down in favour of building authentic relationships and on-the-ground community engagement, Denise Hagan and the Puuya Foundation are empowering a remote Aboriginal community in Cape York, Australia, and delivering successful, life-changing programs. Denise Hagan works at the complicated intersection where the … Continue reading A radical & successful approach to working with Indigenous communities | Denise Hagan | TEDxBrisbane

Activelink, The online network for Irish non-profit organisations

Activelink is the premier online network for Irish community and non-profit organisations and those interested in this sector. We provide information on jobs, tenders, volunteering, events, fundraising, training, publications and funding in these sectors. This website is updated daily and filtered into 2 weekly newsletter bulletins: Activelink (jobs and volunteering) and Community Exchange (training and … Continue reading Activelink, The online network for Irish non-profit organisations

Ireland 2040: ​Building ​a national framework ​for the future

Ireland 2040 is an ambitious blueprint to develop the Ireland in which we will live and work and to put in place the services underpinning our society. The Boom is back, and this time it will be boomier. Construction cranes at South Mall, Cork. Pic; Larry Cummins. Sponsored content in partnership with Project Ireland 2040, … Continue reading Ireland 2040: ​Building ​a national framework ​for the future