Kākāriki whakapae te takoto
Kei whakawhiti koe ka taka
Rarautia te rākau tapu,
Kia hīkoi o wae te waerenga
E tū tika te waerea, e kore e takoki
Marama te hiki-nuku
Marama te hiki-rangi
Whakamaua kia tūturū
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E ngā mana, e ngā maunga whakahī
Kua whakaeke ngā tahi mai tātou
Te kawe mai te kaupapa ki te taumata i tūmanakotia tātou katoa
Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, kia ora tātou katoa.

We are asking you to complete this survey because we know that your organisation is making a difference to people’s lives, the communities in which they live, and the global issues that affect us all. Your input will contribute to an independent and community-driven report on New Zealand’s progress towards achieving a more just, equal and sustainable future.

The survey should take no more than 15 minutes and any information you provide will be kept confidential. We ask for your email address so that we can update you on the report’s progress.

We are a group of organisations* convened by Hui E! developing an independent report on New Zealand’s progress and civil society’s contribution towards achieving Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2015, the New Zealand government and 193 others signed onto this universal agenda and framework for a just, equal sustainable future. Our report will complement the government’s own progress report, the Voluntary National Review (VNR), which will be presented to the United Nations this July.

We are particularly interested in a range of organisations’ assessments and contributions in Aotearoa/New Zealand and internationally, as well as specific links to the SDGs where they have been put in place. We also would like to get a better understanding of the relationships and engagement between national and local government, and civil society, including tangata whenua; the private sector; learning organisations; unions; NGOs, and funders, as well as people’s understanding of Agenda 2030 and the SDGs. 

Thank you very much for your time and input.

The Steering Group for the Civil Society Report on SDG Progress

*Members of the steering group are: Barbara Bedeschi, New Zealand Federation of Business and Professional Women; David Corner, IHC New Zealand; Professor Girol Karacaoglu, Victoria University of Wellington; Iris Pahau, Remutaka Māori Women’s Welfare League and Awe Consultants Ltd; Jack Boyle, New Zealand Post Primary Teachers Association; Dr Joanna Spratt, Oxfam New Zealand; Julie Haggie,Transparency International New Zealand; Karena Brown, E Tū; Rachel Dobric; Ronja Ievers, Hui E! Community Aotearoa; Stephen Goodman, Volunteer Service Abroad. The report is compiled by Dr Gill Greer from a range of authors’ contributions.

The project is supported by the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO and the Wellington Community Trust. 
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