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Increase internal and external awareness and understanding of great practice in active recreation for rangatahi.

This commitment is helping us bring to life the Mana Taiohi principles ofTe Ao and Manaakitanga as we help others better understand how to create safe, empowering, and mana-enhancing experiences for rangatahi which help them better navigate their worlds. 

“I’ve been challenged to think about how my mahi is growing the mana of the young people and others we work with.  I have a desire to keep learning…”

- Mana Taiohi workshop participant

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Progress highlights
Year 2
  • New resource supports the sector to embed positive youth development principles in their work with young people -  Youth Development reflection tool.

  • Promoting Co-design resources to the sector and supporting capability build through workshops and wānanga.

  • Developed resources to further support Regional Sports Trusts to embed the Mana Taiohi principles post training. 

  • Community-based agencies from across the motu came together in Wellington to identify ways to improve the system to enable more organisations like theirs to thrive.

Intended outcomes of this commitment

  • Influencers participate with, encourage and provide support to rangatahi.
  • Rangatahi have the motivation, knowledge, skills, confidence and competence to participate.
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