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Youth members of the Child Poverty Action Group and Every Child Counts are holding a rally at parliament at 1pm on Wednesday to support the Expert Advisory Group solutions to child poverty, presented to the government and going public tomorrow.
1000 days to get it right for every child: Second Te Papa Event, ‘The business of nurturing children’
Te Papa Invite What Role can the Business Community Play in Ensuring Children can Participate in the Economy? The second in the Every Child Counts and BusinessNZ discussion series. Join us at Te Papa 7pm – 8.30pm for the opportunity to
Te Papa Invite May Every Child Counts and Business NZ are hosting two special events at Te Papa to explore the issues for children and why the business sector should care about them. The first discussion was at 7pm on Thursday
1000 days to get it right for evry child: Political candidates urged to sign up to pledge for children
Every Child Counts launched its political pledge for children in Wellington today, with all the Labour Party caucus, Green Party caucus and candidates and Rāhui Kātene from the Māori party confirming their support for the pledge. We will be approaching
On Thursday 8th September in Wellington, economist David Grimmond presented his report to over 50 individuals from different community groups. His report commissioned by Every Child Counts is 1000 days to get it right for every child – The effectiveness of
Karen Lane, K.E.E.A & Mereana Tautu-Buchanan, Youth Team Trust The short presentation ceremony today at parliament was a great affirmation of commitment to the lives of children. Hon. Paula Bennett, Minister of Social Development was in fine form when presenting
The Minister for Social Development, Hon Paula Bennett, today presented the annual Every Child Counts* Awards at a special ceremony in Parliament. The annual awards celebrate the individuals and organisations working to improve the status and wellbeing of New Zealand
Every Child Counts is holding an early Children’s Day picnic celebration on the grounds of Parliament on Thursday 3 March from 11-2pm. The theme for Children’s Day 2011 is ‘Love and Affection.’ This event is not to be missed!
Every Child Counts ran a great workshop on the Child-Friendly City on the 8th November in Gisborne. The workshop’s 33 participants, from 19 different organisations, showed great child-focused can-do attitudes in undertaking a child-focused ‘audit’ of Gisbourne and working out
Every Child Counts is coming to the Kapiti Coast on 6 September. Further details to be announced.