LinC Rourou Event#3: June 29th 5pm-7pm

Hauora Tū: Rangatahi wellbeing voices

We’re excited to announce Hauora Tū – a new event to collect voices from you as young people about what supports your wellbeing in Ōtautahi schools. The night will action-packed with inspirational speakers, small group discussions, good food and competitions… plus spot prizes of four $50 Westfield vouchers!

When: June 29th

Time: 5 – 7pm

Venue: Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery School – corner of St Asaph and Columbo Streets (opposite the bus exchange)

Cost: Free

Who: Rangatahi 13-25 years of age and their supporters 🙂

Hauora Tū is going to be an evening of storytelling and kōrero to get an insight into how you as rangatahi are coping with the education system – what helps you connect and thrive at school… and also what doesn’t help and you would like to see changed. This will help the Ministry of Education create a user-friendly rangatahi wellbeing survey for schools to use with their students to create schools that help you thrive and flourish. 

So grab your mates and sign up below so we know how many to cater for.  Any questions contact Ari Dewar or Chris Jansen




About LinC Rourou

Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi – With your food basket and my food basket the people will be fed.

The LinC Project (Leaders in Community) has been working towards its vision of seeing ‘thriving leaders active in flourishing communities’ of Ōtautahi and surrounds since 2014. Responding to the current needs of community leaders, LinC Rourou is an initiative which evolved from LinC Activator (public speaker series) and LinC Cultivator (peer-to-peer leadership programme).

The series explores ways to amplifying marginalised voices for advocacy and to provoke system change by:

  • hosting spaces to listen to contemporary issues and voices
  • modelling inclusion of diversity
  • collaborating with others to address gnarly issues
  • empowering community leaders to use their strengths to design and host initiatives open to all