Kia Ora friends of ACDA and IACD

A lot has happened since we sent out our last newsletter.
Continue reading to see what we have been up to lately!
First things first! We are happy to introduce two new chapters to our

The first is the   'Scotland the Brave' chapter and this will include resources and publications and work around Community Development in Scotland.

The second is the 'Indigenous' chapter and this will also include resources and publications and work around Community Development.
The Indigenous chapter has three sub-categories: 'Aborigines', 'Maori' and, 'Global'.

Members of ACDA and IACD and can contribute to the GCDEX.
So if you haven't joined the exchange, join now by clicking the button below!
The 2017 Volume 3, Issue 1 of the Whanake journal is now available to all. The Whanake Journal is a Pacific journal of Community Development and it’s a bi-annual e-journal for people who love Community Development. 

The Whanake journal is published through Unitec’s E-Press and is open and freely accessible to all who wishes to read it.

Click on the link below to read the Whanake journal's latest issue.
SUSTAINABLY YOURS:
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND A SUSTAINABLE JUST FUTURE.
ACDA AND IACD CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
On the 8th of August, ACDA and Hui E! hosted a workshop in Wellington.
Hui E! and ACDA joined together on a research project to find out what behaviours and processes contribute to quality funding relationships. One of the activities participants engaged in was the card games, which helped in the research for social change.
The research is about addressing the imbalance of power between funding bodies and NGOs, and allowing the development of more healthy and respectful relationships. We are really grateful to have Hui E! and those who have participated in the workshops join along side ACDA while we are in the process of our research.

Here are some of the photos from the day of the workshop!

A huge thank you to everyone who attended the workshop and actively participated in the activities.
Recently, ACDA developed a workshop 'The Future of our Communities and Community Development in the future' which aimed to educate participants on the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. 

On the 18th of August, ACDA and the Hamilton City Council hosted the workshop to Community Development professionals from the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions.

The workshop involved a diverse range of members from the community sector, as well as the governmental Department of Internal Affairs.

The workshop was designed to bring the participants up to date on the SDGs. It was an opportunity for members exchange ideas and brainstorm in small groups and as a whole, the areas their organisations are working on, in relation to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Below are some of the photos from the workshop.

A huge thank you to the participants who attended the workshop and actively participated in the activities. Thank you for the feedback on the evaluation sheets and we hope you enjoyed the workshop as much as we did.
UPCOMING EVENTS
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