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Community Sector hui on well-being indicators with Stats NZ
13 September at 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
After a very popular hui in Wellington in August, we are delighted to be hosting this hui with the Office of Ethnic Communities in Christchurch on the government’s recently announced Indicators Aotearoa New Zealand or Ngā Tūtohu Aotearoa – a new set of environmental, social, cultural and economic indicators, which will provide a ‘well-being lens’ to government to track New Zealand’s wellbeing and success. These indicators will also support government and non-government agencies to deliver on international Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) reporting standards.
Our speakers will be:
Eleisha Hawkins, Director of the Office of the Government Statistician and Chief Executive,
John Morris, Senior Advisor Indicators Aotearoa New Zealand, and
Denise Brown, Principal Social Statistician, Collaborative Development from Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa
Anaru Fraser, General Manager – Kaiwhakahaere Matua, and Ronja Ievers, External Relations Coordinator – Pou Takawaenga will also be present from Hui E! Community Aotearoa – an umbrella body for the wider community sector in New Zealand.
In its process to develop the indicators, Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is now inviting input from the sector on what matters most to you and we look forward to hearing from Eleisha, John and Denise about this new programme of work, how it aligns with other government initiative and how the community sector can engage with the indicators once they are developed in 2019. It is an opportunity for you to provide direct feedback from the sector on what indicators matter most, and where there are gaps.
We hope you can join the meeting. Tea and coffee will be provided. Feel free to bring your own lunch.
SEND US YOUR QUESTIONS: We are preparing a list of questions for Eleisha, John and Denise to address at the meeting – please send us your questions (even if you are able to come in person).
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We will also live stream the event on our Facebook event page. However, we won’t be able to take any online questions.
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