Networking Event with Hon Paula Bennett, March 17 2015

Mar 4, 2015 | Events

There will also be a Q&A session, so please bring along your questions.

Discussion topics may include:

  • What is the role for housing professions in this new landscape?
  • How can we partner for better community outcomes?
  • What are the biggest challenges for us to overcome?

Date:
Tuesday, 17 March 2015, 5-6:30 pm

Venue:
Ministry Building Innovation & Employment
Ground Floor
15 Stout Street
Wellington

Rate:
FREE

We look forward to seeing you on the evening of 17th of March. Please register your interest in attending by emailing support@communityhousing.org.nz.

Bio – Hon Paula Bennett, Minister for Social Housing

Paula has lived in Auckland since 1992, first in the North Shore and now in West Auckland. She grew up in Taupo.
She became a Minister of the Crown in 2008 after being elected to Parliament in 2005. She became MP for Upper Harbour in 2014 with a majority of close to 9,000 votes, after having served as MP for Waitakere for six years.
Upon National taking office in 2008, Paula was made Minister of Social Development, a role she held until October 2014. She describes the positive impact she was able to make in the lives of our most vulnerable as one of the highlights of her career so far.
Paula’s tenure makes her the longest serving Minister of Social Development in New Zealand’s history. Now ranked number five in Cabinet, Paula is the Minister of Local Government, Social Housing, State Services, and Associate Minister of Tourism and Finance.
She’s excited by the synergy between her new portfolios and remains focused on making sure Government delivers results for hard-working Kiwis.

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Memorandum of Understanding between AHI and CHA

CHA and AHI have recently signed an MOU. This partnership will assist in co-ordinating the learning and development for both individual and organisational members to grow and develop the capability of the sector in NZ.

CHA will focus on the development and support of organisations that deliver social and affordable housing and related services. And AHI will focus on the professional development and formal recognition of individuals working in the social and affordable housing sector, including government and other sectors.

We look forward to seeing you at our events,
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