Council Collaboration and Partnering Forum

Where: Harbourside Function Venue, 4 Taranaki St, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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A word that’s easy to say but not always easy to put into practice. This event is for those interested in leading practices in collaboration between councils, between councils and central government, and councils and those outside government spheres.

The event is based on a case study approach and will feature real life examples told by the people who make it work on the ground, one for those who deal with the practical rather than the theoretical.

This forum is for those interested in leading practice in collaboration, especially between councils, and between councils and government. The Forum is intended to encourage greater and more successful collaboration between local authorities and between local authorities and other groups, especially central government agencies.

The event is based on a case study approach and will feature real life examples told by the people who make it work on the ground. The case studies are drawn from a range of different areas of activity – social, economic, infrastructural, scientific and even the support activity gets a run. Each case has a focus on how the initiative got off the ground, and what it takes to make these work on a day to day basis. We’ll draw together the lessons and common themes from the cases in a final capstone session.

The last government saw the so-called section 17A reviews as a means for encouraging greater collaboration amongst councils, and between councils and other organisations. While many of these reviews will be undertaken on a 6 yearly cycle, its likely most councils will find they need to do at least one a year. There will be a session focussing on getting the best from these reviews.

This event is one for those who want practical ideas and means for working with others for better results.

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