Collaborations & Projects
Growing Great Governance in 2021: Update On National Strategy for Community Governance
2020 has been a year like no other. The impact of COVID19 has brought the vital work of community organisations in Aotearoa into sharp relief. Quality governance will be more important than ever as boards navigate the future of their organisations through the pressures of the pandemic, and beyond.
The National Strategy for NGO and Community Governance
This initiative, under the direction of a community steering group supported by the Centre for Social Impact, supports the development a national strategy for community governance. The aim of this strategy is to identify what actions can be taken to develop support and lift the capability of those in governance roles in the community, not-for-profit, and non-government sectors.
Sprinting for Good: using co-design to collaborate for social impact
A toolkit on the sprint process behind the National Strategy for Community Governance.
Harnessing our collective energies for what happens next… read National Survey results
The COVID-19 lockdown in March has ignited our imaginations and opened up our potential. There is a huge appetite to harness what was activated during lockdown. Those are sentiments that came out of the recently released national COVID-19 impact survey of the tangata whenua, community and voluntary sector.
Help is Coming for Half A Million Board Members of Community Organisations
Five hundred members of community organisations attended the digital launch of a National Action Plan for Community Governance on Wednesday 19 August. The report identifies six outcomes and fifteen key actions that will strengthen the governance capability of community boards.
Survey highlights impact of COVID-19 on the community and voluntary sector
Latest: survey reveals impacts of COVID-19 crisis on the community sector.
COVID-19 and the social impact sector... hear from thought leaders
The Centre for Social Impact is drawing on the experience of its network and community to understand the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the philanthropic sector, the long-term implications of this event, and to identify possible social impact responses.
Community Trusts Professional Development Programme
This programme was developed by CSI in collaboration with eleven community trusts. It responds to trustees’ commitment to strengthen the governance capability of the sector. The programme combines workshops with knowledge and practice sessions to enable trustees to share ideas and practices from their governance journeys as they develop their governance skills.