We're EXPANDING our communication reach with the care community and accessibility to telling stories with the launch of the NEWS page of our website.
VOYCE Whakarongo Mai communications advisor Aden Miles said the space will allow VOYCE Whakarongo Mai a platform to consistently drive content around the movements of the organisation, collective voice projects, connection and engagement events, and profile tamariki atawhai.
“It’s our goal to utilise this platform to open a space of transparency, to tell stories of our tamariki atawhai and to always ensure the space it is being delivered with a care experience lensed approach.’’
What makes the space special is that each editorial piece will be written by the a member of our VOYCE Whakarongo Mai community which includes staff, National Youth Councillors, and rangatahi atawhai who have connected with our tuuhono and whakamana services.
We are very proud of this developement and to be able to extend our communication reach by building a platform that allows everyone to tell their stories and to speak to subjects their passionate about.