Te Hiringa Mahara hosted a webinar on understanding wellbeing for rangatahi and young people on Wednesday 26 July.
Our programme inlcuded the following four speakers:
Principal Advisor, Katie Sherriff, shares insights from our youth wellbeing insights report, including calls to action.
Jessica Stubbing, Research Fellow and Clinical Psychologist, Koi Tū: The Centre for Informed Futures, discusses the importance of youth voice for improving our understanding of young people’s wellbeing.
Ta’ase Vaoga (Sāmoa, Ngāpuhi, Te Ātihaunui-a-Pāpārangi), Rangatahi Insights Lead, Te Rourou, One Aotearoa Foundation, shares how OHI Data Navigator is bringing data and story to life to understand and respond to rangatahi needs and aspirations from a grassroots to systems level thinking.
Abdulla Shiblaq, Youth Facilitator, Yes Disability, talks about the importance of making crucial services, like mental health services, accessible for the disability community, not just the basic physical accessibility but also accessibility through communications.