Resources

  • Finding a life of purpose through Koha Kai
  • The Muse – creating connections and community
  • ĀPŌPŌ – a cultural community with a global pathway
  • UMMA Trust – building relationships and pathways
  • Hui Fono 2020
  • Ngāti Hauai – removing barriers and creating opportunities
  • Central Otago REAP has celebrated 40 years
  • Pacific Island Women’s Refuge and youth development
  • Community cooking – in the Wairarapa
  • Establishing a Dyslexia Friendly Quality Mark in a far-off land
  • International: Spreading our wings – it is all about learning from others
  • Our people: Margaret Jefferies, MNZM
  • ACE news
  • The Women’s rugby pathway at Far North REAP
  • The impact of trauma on learning
  • Tū Tama Wahine o Taranaki: raising the benchmark
  • Te Ara Rangatahi: youth-led dream-building programmes
  • Getting Pasifika parents behind STEM
  • Wesley Men’s Group: learning and belonging
  • Wellbeing Framework: informal education for multicultural women
  • Together we can go far: English Language Partners
  • International: The Azad Foundation in India
  • ACE News

 

 
  • Rongopai House: support for the long haul 
  • Festival of Adult Learning West REAP: creativity as a tool for personal development
  • Red programme: learning to change
  • Business ACE at CEC
  • WEST Auckland: where a social enterprise is opening doors
  • Te Runanga Ngāti Kuia: building skills
  • ACE Outcomes tool
  • Community research: Aneta Cram
  • International: Japan
  • ACE News
  • Our people: June Jackson
  • ACE Conference 2019
  • ACE Awards
  • Our moemoea: Te Puāwaitanga o te Kākano
  • Para Kore: educating for zero waste
  • Tolaga Bay Inn: mothership for education and development
  • Whanganui Prison Programme
  • Huiterangiora Digitech: an indigenous digital community on the East Coast
  • Kapiti’s Shed Project: opportunities and inclusion
  • Live Stronger for Longer: building community through fitness
  • Professional development supports Pasifika learning pathways
  • International: UK visit
  • Our people: Wendel Karati