While 'Hear Me See Me' is no longer a campaign, the website and stories will remain a valued taonga. We are forever grateful to all the rangatahi who participated and shared their voice with us.
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What Really Matters – four young Muslim men share their reflections on growing up in Aotearoa
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Kiran, a mentor at The Learning Connexion, talks about the importance of creativity in transforming the lives of young people.
The street church is a Christian Community in Wellington, New Zealand which helps young people to find connection and community through faith.
Lance Fa'afoi transforms lives, including his own, through Youth Work
Ali shares the support that helped her to step into adulthood, become a mother and a scientist.
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Rangatahi from Huntly College share their thoughts on reading, writing, poetry and books.
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After Huntly College enrolled in the Turnaround Schools programme, it underwent a massive transformation in its curriculum and culture and lifted student achievement and wellbeing.
Jett's love of music helps him manage other challenges in his life.
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Could the simple act of listening to understand be the greatest gift we can give young people?
Jaime shares what helped her overcome having non-consensual images shared online.
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Create a space where a young person you know can feel safe to open up, be themselves, and let you know how they want to be supported.
Depression is a mental illness that a lot of people will experience in their life time
We’ve probably all seen someone get bullied, yelled at or attacked because of their race, gender, size or a huge range of other reasons.
Netsafe helps keep people safe online.
NZ Police provide specific advice and support for people who have experienced sexual assault.
Jess shares how she found connection through creativity.
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Lyriks is an alternative education school in Lower Hutt that helps young people who are unable to get the support they need through mainstream education.
Davina enhances youth wellbeing through her clinical work.
Chief shares how he had to care for himself at a young age when his mum got sick.
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The Transition Support Service supports rangatahi who have been in care.
Jesse shares how faith helped him come to terms with loss.
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Gala shares her struggles with ADHD and how she manages herself and thrives.
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Raewyn is teaching New Zealanders how to understand ADHD.
Poneke Kyokushin Dojo is a Wellington based Karate club committed to continual learning and forward-thinking.
Jacko shares his mental health challenges and how he learnt to accept his emotions.
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