scoop.co.nz 23 Mar, 2021 02:00 am

Enhancing The Service Of Upper Hutt Libraries In The Community

Enhancing The Service Of Upper Hutt Libraries In The Community
Upper Hutt Libraries has been allocated $335,000 over the next 18 months for three community-focused roles that will enhance the service it provides to the Upper Hutt community. The finance is being provided by the New Zealand Libraries Partnership ...

Scoop i Regional Enhancing The Service Of Upper Hutt Libraries In The Community Upper Hutt Libraries has been allocated $335,000 over the next 18 months for three community-focused roles that will enhance the service it provides to the Upper Hutt community.Upper Hutt Libraries has established three fixed-term roles: Youth Engagement; Cultural Diversity Advisor; and Community Engagement Coordinator.“We would be keen to hear from any community groups or organisations that would like to find out more on how these new roles can help them, or if there are any service gaps that Upper Hutt Libraries could consider to help us welcome more people.” A key outcome for each of the roles is to connect and engage with Upper Hutt’s diverse communities who may not be aware of the services and support Upper Hutt Libraries can provide.

Upper Hutt Libraries will be reaching out to community groups, seeking new partnerships to achieve improved access and use of the libraries, and their programmes and services.More>> Australian & NZ Governments: Joint Statement On Human Rights Abuses in Xinjiang The Australian and New Zealand Governments today reiterate their grave concerns about the growing number of credible reports of severe human rights abuses against ethnic Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang.

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