MON, 3 July 11 AM (NZST) – REGISTER HERE
Community Research webinars are free online events which share community sector expertise about what’s working.
Brenda Pilott (SSPA) and Trevor McGlinchey (NZCCSS) discuss the gathering and reporting of Individual Client Level Data and how this new requirement could affect your organisation. They are joined by Garth Nowland-Foreman who presents his latest research and shares the findings of the Privacy Commission inquiry.
- Update on the new requirements
- Practical implications for the community sector.
- Discussion about future policy implications
About this webinar
Community Research webinars help time-poor, cash-strapped organisations to produce evidence of their real value. It’s like a seminar at your desk! And it’s completely free of charge.
Who is this webinar for?
This webinar is for anyone who is considering how collecting Individual Client Level Data will affect them, their organization or their clients. This event is a collaboration between ComVoices and Community Research.
Brenda is the National Manager of Social Service Providers Aotearoa. She joined Social Service Providers Aotearoa as its national manager, after a decade working for the PSA, NZ’s largest union which includes thousands of community sector workers amongst its membership.
Brenda is Chair of the social service agencies collective ComVoices.
Trevor McGlinchey is the Executive Officer for the New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services, a role he has held since 2008. He began his career as a freezing worker and has worked in numerous seasonal and other short-term industries. In his community roles Trevor chairs Moeraki Ltd a marae based charitable company and Te Ana Whakairo Ltd a social enterprise based on Māori Tourism, he is also a Trustee of Ngā Tangata Microfinance Trust. Trevor is of Scottish, Irish and Ngai Tahu whakapapa and regularly returns to his home marae to maintain his strong connections there.
Garth Nowland-Foreman is a voluntary council member of NZCCSS and the chair of Christchurch Methodist Mission, as well as co-chair of Community Research, and chaired the Johns Hopkins International Comparative Nonprofit Study in Aotearoa New Zealand. He is a director of LEaD Centre for Not for Profit Leadership.
Webinar Research and Resources
- Article for New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services. Kete Kupu, (Nowland-Foreman April 2017)
- Response from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (April 2017)
- Minister Anne Tolley responds to criticism of data collection plan, RNZ
- Issues Paper (ComVoices, October 2016)
- A Proposal to Build a Robust, Evidence-Based Learning System for Social Investment (ComVoices, March 2017)
ComVoices is a Wellington based network of national community and voluntary sector organisations. It was established so that Sector organisations would have a more powerful voice at Government level and in the community.