The Talks

Throughout the engagement process for the Te Tauihu Intergenerational Strategy, a series of talks were held across the region which attracted over 1,000 participants and several thousand more through live streaming across social media.

These talks covered topics such as resilience, sustainability, future planning, courageous leadership and healthy communities. They featured local leaders, invited experts and contributors to the strategy.

The Highlight Reel
Live Stream Recordings

Venue: Nelson
Topic: A Conversation on Resilience
Speakers: Aneika Young, Richard Brudvick-Linder, Andy Elliot

Venue: Blenheim
Topic: A Conversation on Sustainability
Speakers: Dr. Bruce Campbell, Fiona van Petegem, Jan Hania

Venue: Takaka
Topic: A Conversation on Future Planning
Speakers: Jane Dixon, Lucy Butler, Agnieszka Grudzinska

Venue: Richmond
Topic: A Conversation on Courageous Leadership
Speakers: Ali Boswijk, Zoe Palmer, Kerensa Johnston

Venue: Motueka
Topic: A Conversation on Ambition
Speakers: Julie Fry, Te Puoho Katene, Florence van Dyke

Venue: Picton
Topic: A Conversation on Healthy Communities
Speakers: Rita Powick, Linlin Yang, Tina Porou

This is the FINAL Te Tauihu Intergenerational Strategy. It was provided to the community of Te Tauihu (including business, Māori, local and central government, other agencies etc.) in DRAFT with an opportunity to provide feedback by 28 February 2020. All feedback was collated and considered, and the Steering Group of the Te Tauihu Intergenerational Strategy has approved the FINAL Strategy for publication as at November 2020. It is now up to each group, organisation or individual to determine how they may adopt, use, align or incorporate all or parts of the Strategy into their plans and projects moving forward.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information and opinions in this Strategy are accurate and reliable. Wakatū Incorporation shall not be responsible for any adverse consequences or decisions made in reliance of the Strategy.

© WAKATŪ – Te Tauihu Intergenerational Strategy 2020