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Te Pūaha kete – what’s new and what’s popular

Te Pūaha o te Ako is regularly updated with the latest reports and resources produced by the Centre for Social Impact and across the wider philanthropic and not-for-profit sector.  Some of our latest resources include:

Online webinars:

Te Pūaha Talks is a programme of free online capability building webinars funded by Foundation North.  Our final webinar for 2022 was Communications in the Good Times & the Bad. This webinar and our other 2022 webinars are all available online here in our Te Pūaha o te Ako kete. This includes our Evaluation series, our Hauora wānanga and our Social Media workshop.  Our 2020/2021 webinar series, Kia Whiti Tonu included webinars on strategy, governance, grantwriting, and wellbeing are also available here.

Insights:

Our insights papers provide a brief overview of the reports on research and analysis we undertake with our clients and partners. The first in this new series is Insights into trends and practices in contemporary philanthropy

Innovation thinking:

Haumanu - restorative systems change is an emerging approach, developed by a group of CSI associates, to restorative systems change which draws on mātauranga Māori and new developments in science around healing trauma

Some of our most popular research, reports, tools and resources include:

Evaluation to support the social impact journey an overview by CSI associate Rachael Trotman

Building community governance capability and capacity introduces CSI’s community governance work including a report produced in partnership with the Superdiversity Institute for Law, Policy and Business, What Is The Future For NGO Governance?, a video on the co-design process behind the development of the national action plan for community governance, and the action plan. 

The Housing Landscape in Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland) and Te Tai Tokerau (Northland) research for Foundation North to identify opportunities for engagement, investment and greater impact.

Overview of Impact Investing in Aotearoa produced in association with Steven Moe, with a link to Stephen’s Seeds podcast on impact investing.