Image Credit: Woods Galimberti -Part of the 1% Show
PARTNERS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE 2017
The Sustainability Trust based in Wellington is aimed at helping people make their homes more energy efficient. Linked with Conor Clarke's work, both look at people's relationship with the fossil fuel industry.
350 Aotearoa's mission is to inspire climate action in communities across New Zealand. Linked with Ans Westra's work, both look at human interaction with the environment.
DCM is based in Wellington. Each year more than 850 people go to DCM for support, most of whom are homeless or are at risk of homelessness. Linked with Sim Chi Yin's work, both look at the displacement of people.
One Percent Collective are based in Wellington, they're a collective of regular people giving 1% of their income to a selection of charities. Linked with with our guest curated show by Myles Little, both look at how to make changes around wealth inequality.
Small Steps Foundation are dedicated to supporting children around the world who live on rubbish dumps and survive from scavenging. Linked with Myriam Abdelaziz's work both look at the difficult environment many children live in across the globe.
Forest & Bird was founded to save and protect New Zealand’s incredible environment. Linked with Chris Corson-Scott's work, both look at the changing and often deteriorating New Zealand landscape.
TRNN is an independent media organisation. They are viewer-supported and do not accept advertising, corporate money, or government funding. Linked with Tamara Abdul Hadi's work, both look at the honest representation of people.
Te Huinga A Matariki Ki Tuhoe Maori Women’s Welfare League is a Maori organisation that aims to improve the wealth of Maori, be that spiritually, socially or economically. Linked with Birgit Krippner's work, this organisation is being championed by the subject of her series, Tame Iti.
Action Station is about taking action together in order to hold decision-makers accountable, protect the best of what makes New Zealand wonderful, and shape an even brighter future. Linked with Brink Frontier, our student and open call show.
Oxfam is a world-wide development organisation. One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Their most recent campaign 'Even it up' and the linked show, guest curated show by Myles Little, both look at how to to change that world by mobilising the power of people against wealth inequality.