Next Generation of Pacific Leaders
Fourty-four young people from West Auckland high schools recently graduated from the Tula’i Pacific Youth Leadership Programme.
When things go south ... We'll deal with them like south
South Auckland poet Caitlin Jenkins has won the IIML National Schools Poetry Award with her poem South.
Young, Free & Pacific
Around 100 students from around Auckland converged on the Mangere Arts Centre in August for two days to immerse in stories from our Pacific community leaders
Tongan Society South Canterbury Wins Two Awards
On August 17th the Tongan Society South Canterbury General Manager, Sina Latu and her daughter and President of the Tongan Society South Canterbury accepted an award celebrating and acknowledging unsung heroes who support New Zealand’s health
Meeting the Challenge
Tik Tok Siva Challenge aimed at Pasefika youth to be proud of their culture and identity.
Performing with Pride
As the first Pacific woman to be appointed chair of the New Zealand Arts Council in its 55-year history, Cook Islander Caren Rangi, ONZM, is confident there will be many more to follow.
Formal Apology for Dawn Raids
Prime Minister Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern formally apologised to Pacific communities impacted by the Dawn Raids in the 1970s at a ceremony staged at Auckland Town Hall on 1st August 2021.
Achieving wellbeing for our Pacific nations
The strategic priorities for Pasefika Proud around achieving wellbeing for our Pacific communities is articulated in the Pasefika Proud Pathways for Change Framework launched in 2019.
Language and culture supporting well-being
Maubonian Te Teei Inanon te Mwenga Bon Karekean Te Maiuraoi Te Ongotaeka ao Te Ongotaeka - The home is where we nurture our children towards a healthy, responsible, loving, and prosperous future.
Young, Free & PacificAround 100 students from around Auckland converged on the Mangere Arts Centre in August for two days to immerse in stories from our Pacific community leaders Read more