Data Futures Partnership
The Partnership is an independent group that is funded by Government to work with all New Zealanders to create the right systems, settings and conditions to allow our data to be put to work making New Zealand a better place.
There are huge economic, social and environmental opportunities from treating our data as a national strategic asset. The Data Futures Partnership has been created to help lead the development of a high-trust data use system creating value for all New Zealanders.
Letting Space enable urban regeneration through the facilitation of active citizen engagement in urban change and brokering new relationships between creative, community, property and business sectors. Letting Space believe that the transformation of city and town centres today begins with programmes that provide the public with a sense of active ownership in their city and regional centres. They are experienced facilitators of workshops, events, art and community projects to enable social change.
The Centre for Social Data Analytics
The Centre for Social Data Analytics is located in the School of Economics at Auckland University of Technology. The Centre applies strong data science to linked data, undertaking research that tells us new things about the human experience. These valuable insights can measure the impact of social interventions, identify the need for new policy and predict the likely outcomes for individuals and groups in society.
At the Centre, the focus is on linked data that can tell stories about healthcare, children, families and education.
Greater Wellington Regional Council
Local government in New Zealand is represented by regional and territorial (city or district) councils. Regional councils like Greater Wellington cover larger areas than territorial councils - there are eight territorial councils within our boundaries.
Natural resources, and their use, often cross local boundaries so regional councils manage these resources for the benefit of the whole region. Some things, like transport planning, are also best carried out at a regional level.
Ministry of Education
The Ministry of Education is the Government's lead advisor on the New Zealand education system, shaping direction for sector agencies and providers.
They develop strategic policy for the education sector and deliver services to the sector. They undertake education research and analysis and monitor education sector capability and viability. This involves coordination with other sector and government agencies and forums and some cross sector work programmes.
Te Pātukituki o Wairarapa is a gallery workshop that promotes and invigorates Toi Maori as a local practice. They provide a cultural heartbeat that contributes to the Art Precinct and the well being of their community, connecting through pūrakau-stories. They provide educational one-on-one mentoring and group workshops/ courses. Our local experts specialise in Rongoā, Kōwhaiwhai, Raranga, Tikanga Maori and Whakaiiro. Nau mai haere mai!