Date:                      

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Meeting Room:

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Monday 14 September 2015

6.00pm

Level 2, Reception Lounge
Auckland Town Hall
301-305 Queen Street
Auckland

 

Youth Advisory Panel

 

OPEN MINUTE ITEM ATTACHMENTS

 

 

 

ITEM   TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                         PAGE

 

11        Youth Advisory Panel - Work Programme Update

A.      Youth Advisory Panel Work Programme Update - September 2015                    3

B.      Youth Advisory Panel Advice and Feedback Schedule - September 2015          7




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Youth Advisory Panel - work programme

Key

Programmes and Priorities

 

Sub-programmes

 

Other key Agencies

 

Policy

 

Implementation

 

Overlaps with other panels?

Youth Voice

Significance and engagement policy

 

Provide advice to ensure that the Significance and engagement policy has incorporated youth voices including Pacific youth.

 

COMPLETED

This is a council programme

Communication and

Engagement

All of council

 

PPAP, EPAP

Home-grown Youth Change-makers Project

 

COMPLETED

This is a partnership programme between YAP and council with Ministry of Youth Development support

 

CDAC

 

2016 Elections

 

Provide advice to enhance the diversity of candidates, and to increase young peoples’ enrolment and voting turn-out.

This is a Council outcome.

Democracy Services

Democracy Services

 

I Am Auckland Awards

 

Provide advice and actively participate in

 

·         the development of the I am Auckland Awards, and

·         subsequent implementation of the Awards.

COMPLETED –  discuss future plan

This is a council programme (subject to financing)

 

 

 

Long-term Plan

 

Provide advice to ensure that broader young people are engaged in the consultation process, and their voices are incorporated in the Long-term Plan.

 

COMPLETED

This is a council programme

Finance

Auckland Plan, Strategy and Research

All of council

 

NEW: Engagement with the other Panels and Local

Boards

 

Ensure that the Youth Advisory Panel engages with the other Panels and Local Boards on issues relating to the work programme.

 

 

 

 

Review of the Terms of Reference

 

Ensure that young people’s values and principles for advocacy and engagement are properly reflected and communicated in general

YAP is the leader of this project

Communications and Engagement

All of council

 


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Hauora Tamaki Makaurau

Hauora Tamaki Makaurau

 

Provide advice to ensure policies, bylaws and events relating to environmental, public health and wellbeing programmes respond to youth needs. (i.e. Alcohol Policy, Psychoactive by-law, and family health-related events)

The council has an advisory, advocacy and implementation role. Central government and not-for- profit groups also play a major role

Community and Social Policy

CDAC

Parks, Sports and Recreation Te Waka Angamua Communication and Engagement

 

Get Active

 

Includes membership of Auckland is my Playground Steering Group. Provide advice to ensure that more activities for youth will be in place in parks and recreation space.

The council is the leader of this project but other agencies play a role including delivery

Community and Social Policy Te Waka Angamua

Parks, Sports and Recreation CDAC

 

Rangatahi

Rangatahi Roopu

 

Build and strengthen a relationship with Rangatahi Roopu as per Goal 7 of ‘I Am Auckland’.

The panel has an advisory role with the IMSB, mata waka and central government

Te Waka Angamua Community and Social Policy

Te Waka Angamua

CDAC (Maori Responsiveness)

 

Connecting

Aucklanders

Integrated Transport

 

Provide advice to ensure that the consultation regarding public transport is more frequent and youth friendly.

The council is the leader of this project but other agencies (NGOs and youth organisations) play a role

including delivery.

Auckland Transport Auckland Plan, Strategy and

Research

CCO Monitoring

Auckland Transport

 

SAP

Facilities Network Plan*

Includes the use of spaces for young people in local areas (links with the 30 year Infrastructure Plan and the Long-term Plan)

 

COMPLETED

The council is the leader of this project but other

agencies (NGOs and youth organisations) play a role including delivery.

Community and Social Policy

Plans and Places

CDAC

 

Youth

Employment

The Youth Employment Movement

 

Provide advice to employment programmes and support that are in place for youth (i.e. Youth Traction Hub, Job Fest, and Youth Summit)

The council has a strategic leadership and brokering role

(including advisory, facilitation and advocacy). Central government and the private sector play a major role.

ATEED

Auckland Plan, Strategy and Research

CCO Monitoring

ATEED

CDAC

People and Capability

 

Auckland's

Environment

The Natural Environment

 

Provide advice to ensure that more information and services on natural habitats and ecosystems will be available to raise young people’s awareness.

These are all council programmes

Auckland Transport Infrastructure and

Environmental Services Plans and Places

Auckland Plan, Strategy and

Research

CCO Monitoring

Infrastructure and Environmental Services

Resource Consents and Pollution Monitoring Watercare Services Limited

Infrastructure and Environmental Services, CDEM

 

PPAP

The Built Environment

 

Provide advice to ensure that children and youth friendly environments will be available in parks and residential areas

The council has an advisory and advocacy role with

some implementation ability. Central government and the private sector play a major role.

HPO

Plans and Places RIMU

Auckland Plan, Strategy and Research

HPO

Resource Consents, Infrastructure and Environmental Services Resource Consents Watercare Services Limited

 

SAP, PPAP

 


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Local Youth Voice Groups

Strengthening relationships between YAP and local

youth voice groups

 

Feeding local issues (e.g. crime and safety) to YAP and taking regional issues back to the local groups

The council has a community empowerment role.

On an issue by issue basis.

Democracy Services

Community Empowerment Unit Local Board Services

 

 

CDAC – Community Development, Arts and Culture PPAP – Pacific Peoples Advisory Panel

EPAP – Ethnic Peoples Advisory Panel SAP – Seniors Advisory Panel

CCO – Council Controlled Organisation

 

ATEED – Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development CDEM – Civil Defence and Emergency Management

HPO – Housing Project Office

RIMU – Research and Evaluation Unit NGO – Non-Government Organisation



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