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Notices from the Health Promotion Forum: June 2022

Wednesday, June 29, 2022   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: health promotion, newsletter

Nau mai i ngā hua, nau mai i ngā taonga, nau mai i te mātahi o te tau!
Welcome the fruits of the year, welcome the many treasures, welcome the New Year!

Matariki: Te Tau Hou Māori this month is a time to embrace Te Ao Māori and  reflect on the past, celebrate the present and plan for the future. This year on 24th June, Aotearoa marks the festival for the first time with a public holiday as a commitment to ensure Mātauranga Māori is at the heart of the celebration, and to give everyone a chance to get involved in the many events around the country.

We're nearing the end of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and there's still time to get involved with the 'Move your Butt challenge'. Bowel cancer is the second highest cause of cancer death in Aotearoa, New Zealand. It can affect anyone at any age. So get moving and start now by signing up, getting a team together, spreading the word and raising funds to help beat bowel cancer.

We'd like to announce some changes on the communications front...

  • From next month this notice will have a new name - Te Rongo.
  • We're excited to be launching a new and revamped website, which will go live on 30th June.
  • HPF's quarterly e-newsletter Hauora will also no longer be published in its current format. Instead it will become a blog on our website. This will enable us to give 'instant access' to current and emerging news and issues in health promotion, as well as feature interviews and opinions. We will be inviting our valued members to contribute to the blogs by sending in articles and info on your mahi, new projects and anything relevant to health promotion.

We'll keep you updated on our Facebook page and Twitter @hpf_aotearoa

Exclusively for our members we offer space in the monthly notice to advertise job vacancies, courses, webishops and events in the field of health promotion.

Read the June 2022 Monthly Notices from the Health Promotion Forum.

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