Rangimarie

social innovation.

providing design and innovation expertise

 

MAori social innovation collective

Oi

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DESCRIPTION

Role: Director

Oi is a social innovation collective that combines the powers of innovative practitioners to create unstoppable goodness alongside communities, iwi, organisations and beyond.

To find out more or get in touch go to: www.oiyeah.com

 

INCLUDed

  • Social innovation & design

  • Systems thinking

  • Capability development

  • Facilitation

 
 

curbing family violence through partnership

whiria te muka

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DESCRIPTION

Role: Social Innovation Advisor

Kaitaia police have teamed up with Te Hiku Iwi and local agencies in a bid to prevent and reduce domestic violence in Te Hiku. Whiria te Muka - Weaving the Strands - is a unique, Kaitaia-based solution focused on curbing family harm experienced by Te Hiku whanau, hapu, iwi and communities.

 

INCLUDed

  • Social innovation & design coaching
  • Workshop design and delivery
  • Research & insights analysis
 
 

POPULATION health through systems thinking

healthy families Far north

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DESCRIPTION

Role: Pou Tuara - Co-design

Healthy Families Far North's purpose is to challenge communities to think differently about the underlying causes of poor health, and to make changes – in our schools, workplaces, sports clubs, marae and other key community settings – that will help people make healthier choices. Ka puta noa te mauri te Tai Tokerau - a healthy thriving Far North.

 

INCLUDed

  • Social innovation & design coaching
  • Systems impact
  • Capability development
  • Facilitation of regional leadership
 
 

weaving together youth creativity, community & design

AKAU

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DESCRIPTION

Role: Education Specialist

Akau is a design and architecture studio based in Kaikohe, Northland. With a unique social enterprise model, Akau aims to empower taitamariki to achieve their full potential and create positive change in their own communities by engaging taitamariki in the design of real projects. 

 

INCLUDed

  • Community engagement
  • Education strategy development
  • Workshop & program design and delivery
  • Facilitation & design education
  • Evaluation and impact
 
 

a national network of maori co-designers

NGA AHO

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DESCRIPTION

ROLE: Lead facilitator

Nga Aho brings together a multidisciplinary collaboration of committed Maori co-design practitioners within a larger national Maori professional design community, to connect, share, and learn about the practice of Maori-led co-design and social innovation.

 

INCLUDed

  • Facilitation
  • Planning
  • Program development
  • Communication
 
 

co-designing POSITIVE PARENTING experiences

PARENTING in kiribati

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DESCRIPTION

ROLE: Co-designer (engagement)

A co-design project with a range of I-Kiribati communities to co-create a rich resource of songs, stories, games and messages that motivate parents to spend time with their young children within their own culture, history and context. This project is a collaborative approach between UNICEF, Child Fund and Connect+Co.

 

INCLUDed

  • Cross cultural co-design
  • Creative workshop planning & delivery
  • Collaboration across sectors
  • International aid
 
 

maori & Pasifika health

OL@-OR@

 
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DESCRIPTION

A culturally tailored programme that targets the reduction of risk factors for non-communicable diseases within Maori and Pasifika populations across New Zealand. The aim of OL@-OR@ is to design a mobile health (mHealth) tool in partnership with our Maori and Pasifika communities to help reduce the risk of heart disease, obesity and diabetes.

 

INCLUDed

  • Co-design coaching
  • Facilitation
  • Project planning
  • Maori & Pasifika engagement
  • Research advice
 

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