SSPA Conference 2018: Whakamanawa, Inspire
Nga Mana Rariki: A Kaupapa Maori model of positive parenting.
Portia Law: Rachel Black and Samantha Ngaia.
Joint Business Venture Unit: from transactional to transformative practice for responding to family violence and sexual violence.
Grainne Moss: Keynote Speech
SSPA Conference 2017: Beyond Boundaries, Kei Tua o Pae
Judge Andrew Becroft, Children's Commissioner
Purue Kapua, Maori Women's Welfare League
Jonathan Boston, Public Policy, School of Government, NZ's Social Investment Approach: A Critical Appraisal
Skylight, Sharing and learning through partnership
Richard Aston, Collaborating with heart (TedX video)
Kate Doswell, Unitec, Evidence-based social work practice in Aotearoa
Charlotte Moore, Waves Trust and Natia Tucker, Auckland Council, Working together to achieve whanau wellbeing in Waitemata
Kim Simpson and Susanne Llopis, Community Living, Multi-services approach to support children with disability or mental health issues
"Korero Mai, Whakarongo Mai: Children and young people, seen and heard"
VOYCE, Participation methods
Office of the Children's Commissioner, Foundations for engagement
SSPA Conference 2016: Taking Charge of Change
Hon Anne Tolley, Minister of Social Development - speech notes
MSD Investing in Children - powerpoint
Len Cook, Chair of Superu - paper
Helen Leahy, Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu - speech notes
Brenda Pilott, SSPA National Manager - speech notes
Fiona Ross, The Treasury - speech notes
Garth Nowland-Foreman, Lead Centre - paper