FLO Talanoa rollout second Auckland workshop

If you have the ability to share, you have the ability to save.” This is something I constantly remind myself when delivering the two-day FLO Talanoa Facilitator training. It is from my personal experience of loss that I am able to provide a ‘familial’ perspective...

Smoke & Mirrors Project

By guest contributor Charlizza Harris The Smoke & Mirrors Project is the brainchild of award winning playwright and youth development worker Charlizza Harris who has brought together elements of business, social enterprise, performing arts, youth development and...

Giving back to community – FLO Talanoa

By guest contributor Heto Ah Hi  As a person with a performing arts background that started in the community, the notion of being able to give back to that same community was a want that had grown over the years to a need.    With the loss of my step-daughter to...

Play kindly app

When a Pasifika person goes to the effort of producing a PhD, there is a strong drive to serve the communities we come from. When Tafa Esther Cowley-Malcolm completed her PhD thesis at Victoria University she was unwilling to let it sit on a shelf in a library. One of...

He will heal our broken hearts

By FLO ambassador Te Hiwi Preston. Pasifika came together recently in the hope of finding the answers to questions unanswered.  It is said… He will heal our broken hearts. He will bestow upon us peace and comfort.”  As a FLO Talanoa Ambassador for Pasifika...

Covid-19 Update

Face-to-face workshops will not continue while New Zealand is at Level 4. We will be in contact with all participants soon.