Make an effort to connect

Make an effort to connect

Make an effort to connect. List the people you haven’t heard from recently and send them a text. Sometimes, people who are having a tough time are also feeling isolated and find it hard to connect with people. You reaching out to them may make their day. ...
Start a conversation with a teen boy

Start a conversation with a teen boy

Start a conversation with a teen boy in your life about healthy relationships. Use this great article from The Pencilsword: No ‘I’ in sex. Also check out the White Ribbon Healthy Relationship Toolbox for young guys. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if...
Use gender inclusive language

Use gender inclusive language

Use gender inclusive language. Shifting to gender-inclusive language respects and acknowledges the gender identities of all people and removes assumption. Click here to view a helpful ‘Gender Inclusivity Sheet’. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if...
Learn a short mihi and your pepeha

Learn a short mihi and your pepeha

Learn a short mihi and your pepeha. Acknowledge tangata whenua by learning a short mihi (welcome) and how to introduce yourself (pepeha) in Māori. You could also download Te Kete Tikanga Māori, a free Māori cultural kit app. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if...
Visit your local library

Visit your local library

Visit your local library. Libraries in Auckland run free events, classes and offer great ways for you to connect with others in your community. Check out your local library events here. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if anything, have you done differently after...
Hire someone living with a disability

Hire someone living with a disability

Hire someone living with a disability. If you’re an employer – look beyond typical employment channels to find great talent. Programmes like Be. Employed have a wealth of talent with experience of living with a disability. Hiring an access employee will...
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