Enviro hubs – a national education network connecting communities to their environment and to each other

Envirohubs – there are now 17 of them around the country. Many used to be called environment centres, but the name has changed because they now do much more than provide information and education about sustainability – they have become community hubs, helping to bring people together, create networks and strengthen communities – as well as getting individuals, whānau and communities on a pathway to sustainability and mitigating climate change.

Ako ngatahi at Multicultural Whangārei

Learning together, ako ngatahi – that’s Multicultural Whangārei’s strapline.

Their strategy is to work with the whole community, embracing diversity: everyone has a culture, and all cultures are respected. The kaupapa is based on Multicultural New Zealand’s Huarahi Hou Strategy (2017) – a Pathway to a Treaty-based Multicultural Society. Huarahi Hou is actively supported by leading kaumātua from around the country.

A message from Literacy Aotearoa: Abuse In Care Royal Commission of Inquiry

Kia ora everyone and greetings for 2021 and the Year of the Ox.

We thought we would create a short article to raise your awareness of the work of the Abuse In Care Royal Commission of Inquiry. This is because as ACE providers you may know learners, or people in
learners’ whānau, who have experienced abuse while in care. This article aims to let you know where they can access support, tell their story, receive acknowledgement of their abuse, and if they choose to, help stop this abuse.

Analiese Robertson - New ACE Aotearoa Director

The ACE Aotearoa Board is very excited to announce that Analiese Robertson has accepted the ACE Aotearoa Director role. Analiese has longevity working in the Adult Community Education (ACE) sector and has worked for ACE Aotearoa for over 10 years as the Professional Development and Networks Manager. She brings a wealth of knowledge, skills, passion, and vision for the ACE sector. The Board is very much looking forward to working more closely with her. Analiese's first day as Director will be Monday 3rd of May 2021.

Nāku noa, nā
ACE Aotearoa Board