+ CID Workshop: Social Inclusion and Diversity - 2nd and 3rd June
Social Inclusion is about embracing diversity, ensuring that all people feel recognised and accepted, and are free from prejudice and discrimination. In the international development sector, we place great importance on these principles and values that underline our work, but we also need to consider how these values play out internally within the New Zealand sector, and within our organisations.
Our bi-cultural foundations, Te Teriti o Waitangi, and the evolving Māori-Crown partnership, are fundamental to understanding social inclusion in the New Zealand context and a guiding principle for our work in the Pacific. Just a week after the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, this two-day workshop will open a dialogue in order for our organisations to mirror the inclusion practices we promote overseas.
Practical, on-line workshops with 2x two-hour zoom sessions
Wednesday 2nd June 12:00pm - 2:00pm NZST and Thursday 3rd June 12:00pm - 2:00pm NZST
Please register here