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The Collaborative Trust Update: September 2020

Wednesday, September 23, 2020   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, youth, Training, Community Groups, young people

INVOLVE 2020

Involve 2020 has now happened - albeit in a Digital format - and how amazing was it!?!? Ngā mihi nui to all those involved in pulling it all together. From the amazing Key Note speakers to the numerous Breakout sessions, there was certainly something for everyone!

Involve Late Passes are still available to purchase if you missed out on attending, or just want to go back and rewatch a session.

INVOLVE 2021 will be held on Monday 9th to Wednesday 11th August 2021.

Keep up to date or find out more about INVOLVE 2021.

Upcoming Online Workshops

The majority of our workshops will be held online until the end of 2020. This means that any of our online workshops are now available to anyone in New Zealand to attend!

Trauma Informed Care Workshop: Wednesday 21st October (9am to noon)

Many people talk about trauma informed care, but what does it actually mean? What creates trauma in people’s lives? How do people behave when they have been harmed? What difference to care does it make if you know there has been trauma in the past?

Find out more about this Trauma Informed Care workshop.


Find out more about this and other upcoming workshops from The Collaborative Trust.

Research Reflection: The Round Tuit Reports: Promoting Equity, Meaningful Participation and Voice

By Ria Schroder.

You know in these busy times, the great thing about being asked to write “a reflection piece about something I have read lately”, is that I have just spent the last couple of hours reading through the ‘round tuit’ reports.  You know the ones I mean.  All those reports that come into your email inbox, that you look at longingly as you see their enticing titles in the email subject heading but are too busy to read right now.  The ones you promise yourself you will get back to but end up just sitting in your inbox unread because you never seem to find time to get around to reading them.

Read more of Ria's reflection on round tuit reports.

Community News

Connect Meeting and Cannabis Panel: Wednesday 30th September

CYWC and CAYAD are happy to present: The Cannabis Referendum and Young People – looking at information and arguments regarding the merits and risks of the legislation based on evidence.

Get more information on this Connect Meeting and Cannabis Panel.


Be sure to keep up to date with 'What's On' via the Collaborative website.

Contact The Collaborative Trust for more information (info[at]collaborative.org.nz).

The Collaborative Trust
PO Box 2986
Christchurch 8041