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Deaf Aotearoa congratulates Mark Berry on his success as WFDYS President

Deaf Aotearoa wishes to acknowledge the outstanding work of retiring World Federation of the Deaf Youth Section president Mark Berry. Mark served on the WFDYS from July 2015 and became president in 2017, before retiring on 27th March 2021. Mark previously served on Deaf Aotearoa’s Executive Board from 2011 to … Read more

Executive Board update about President hand-over

The Deaf Aotearoa Executive Board recently had a Board Meeting and there are some changes to the Executive Board. Oliver Ferguson has been the Deaf Aotearoa President for the past 5 years and a member of the Executive Board for 10 years, but he has decided that it is time … Read more

Draft Strategic Direction 2021 – 2030

Vision Deaf people have full access Mission Deaf Aotearoa is an advocate for positive change – Supporting the Deafhood journey of identity and culture. Values and Beliefs NZSL and Deaf culture are our mana People are at the centre of everything we do We communicate and collaborate with the Deaf community … Read more

Executive Board Update – 29th March 2020

Deaf Aotearoa’s Executive Board, CEO, Leadership Team and Staff are working hard, working long days and nights, working today, tomorrow and every day including weekends until the Covid-19 situation is under control. The Executive Board updated you yesterday, and there were some updates from some Facilitators as well. There will … Read more

Update from the Executive Board about Civil Defence Plan

We have been asked to release our “civil defence response plans” to Covid-19. The Memorandum of Understanding with Civil Defence ensures that Deaf Aotearoa is in regular contact with National Emergency Management Agency (formerly Ministry Civil Defence and Emergency Management). We want to clarify, there is no specific Civil Defence … Read more

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