The SDGs in Practice - How are we tracking?
In 2015, New Zealand joined countries from around the globe by signing up to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. These are a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
How are we tracking against the goals? How can communities, businesses and government all play their part? In February, join us in Wellington to discuss the 17 goals, what they mean in practice and how New Zealand can contribute to global transitions for a better society.
TUESDAY 16th FEBRUARY 2021
5.30pm for a 6pm start
Creative HQ Event Hub,
via 54 Inglewood Place
Our Mental Health
After what has been a tough 2020, The Social Change Collective are very excited to announce our second event in Auckland which will focus on mental health.
Our speakers include Sarah Hetrick and Tania Cargo.
Sarah is a clinical psychologist and Associate Professor of Youth Mental Health in the Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland. Much of the focus of her work is on youth depression and suicide prevention.
Tania Cargo is a clinical psychologist and Senior Lecturer of psychology at the University of Auckland. Tania is well known in the Māori child and adolescent mental health setting and has a strong commitment to kaupapa Māori processes.
Niki is an academic and professor at the University of Auckland. Niki's research is in the area of community psychology and the psychology of sustainability.