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Contents Message from the President............................................................................................................2 Message from Patron .......................................................................................................................3 Message from the Director............................................................................................................. 4 NZ Nuclear Free PeaceMaker......................................................................................................... 6 Disarmament Report.........................................................................................................................8 Cool Schools Report ........................................................................................................................11 Kia Tau te Rangimarie Programme ..............................................................................................14 Family Programme Report.............................................................................................................16 Treasurer’s Report............................................................................................................................ 18 Financial Statement Report ..........................................................................................................19 The Peace Foundation Directory ................................................................................................. 29


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Message from the president Message from the President

John hinchcliFF


Another yeAr. Another Annual General Meeting. And another set of of challenges opportunities for The Council The Peaceand Foundation expresses The Peace Foundation. its gratitude to you for your support. Without People are, of course, fundamentally crucial to our such encouragement we could not achieve our existence. We are so very dependent not only on the purposes. With it we canbut make difference. commitment of a core group, alsoathose many who Weand are encourage delighted that Lady Beverley Reeves support us. We would welcome other volunteers to help us go further and more meaningfully. was willing to assume the Patron position vacated So,by at her the husband, outset of this report, I invite members to Sir Paul on his sad passing two inform of their to dotomore and be more with yearsusago. And capacity we welcome Council, a former us in our quest to contribute to the essential challenge of colleague of Sir Paul, Dr. Toby Curtis. building a more peaceful and just community. initiatives include WeSuccessful endured the news ofthis the year serious illnessthe important hosting of Patrons, an eventSir featuring the Dalai sustained by one of our Paul Reeves, Lama Neil inevitably Cameron, and the development with deepinitiated sadness.byThen, relatively soon afterwards, we were forced to accept the news of the Peace City initiative led ably by Laurie Ross, of his death. We have expressed our admiration for and the development of our Family Programme his significant record of achievement and service and reaching into Māori and Pacific communities and extend our heartfelt gratitude for his support over the including a sub programme on Peaceful Teen years. He never wavered in his commitment to our Communication effectively managed bytoVirin concerns. We extend our love and support Beverley who is another andGomber family in their staff member. Those receiving the Peacemaker Award, ourSchools Peace We are delighted that our flagship Cool Foundation’s accolade, included Dorothy Brown programme that operates in so many schools, with andsuch Chris Barfoot for has theirearned wonderful initiative and good results, a grant renewal from commitment in establishing the Otago University Chair the Ministry of Health, and has won the financial and Department of Peace Studies. It is being directed by support of a local Rotary Club. This programme the highly competent Professor Kevin Clements whose together withPresident our developing Māori Foundation. Conflict father was once of our Peace It hasWattie also secured a Lottery wasResolution the dreamProgramme of John Male, Whittlestone, Mabel Heatherington, Kath Knight, Alan and Betty Gilderdale Grant. and the others who founded Foundation Additional funding fromThe thePeace Ministry of Social during the mid-1970s to establish such a Centre Development will help our “Building Peacefulat Auckland University. Families in Counties Manukau” programme We have many aspirations and depend largely on ourdevelop. active administrative team and their resource base. The Ministry of Social Development supporting We continue to be well served by Caroline is Ongleo, our our Family Programme, and DEUNIF competent acting Director, Alyn Ware so through effectively leading our international outreach in asupports voluntary the Department of Internal Affairs our capacity, Christina Barruel, leading our Cool Schools disarmament education initiative. Peer Mediation Programme with infectious enthusiasm, We admire Steven Arnold’s work on education for and Rae Holloway, responsible for efficiently managing Peace, Dr. Toby Curtis for the mana and influence our finances and fund raising. Special reference is due he brings for from within Māoridom and theWinston wider to Christina having won the prestigious Churchill Fellowship. The Foundation congratulates and wishes her well for this interesting experience. 2 The Peace Foundation


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The Board expresses gratitude for the commitment of all members of the team. Recently joining our team to society, Barbara McCullouch’s work as a mediator provide administrative services to our office is Merran and conflict resolution coach, Lisa Er’s work in Spath. She brings a wealth of experience. stimulating conscience on several issues, As you willsociety’s see by the Reports there is a significant Rod Alley’s effortslimited for peace inby theour international amount of activity only declining resource base. ofof funding, apart from subscriptions, arena,Now the most efforts Lina Gonzalez with youth, Dale comes for the Cool Schools Peer Mediation Hunter’s important work with our finance Programme portfolio which has served 450 schools. Unfortunately, and Jai Basrur’s helpful advice in finance andthere is another reduction in funding and we have been asked auditing. I would pay a special tribute to Yvonne to add a Maori dimension. So, we both welcome Jonnie Duncan herstaff effective and enthusiastic leadership Black on for to the and worry about the shortfall facing in so many areas and for assuming my duties while our budgeting. overseas. As you will be aware, we have had to trim our operation the to last of years. We are dramatically as pleased asover always becouple associated Being forced to end oursterling commitment to subsidise with Alyn Ware in his anti-nuclear work and support the Wellington and Christchurch Peace Centres as our representative in Europe. We admire and was a sad and testing time during this year. We could not support Kate Dewes and Rob Green both for their stretch our funds beyond the core activities for which we international advocacy of peace and forregret their having quest attract government funding. We deeply toend secure relating to the murder in Britain of to ourjustice funding commitments to the regions. Alyn Ware, Dews,Aunty and Rob Green together with their Rob’s Kate crusading Hilda. teams, have been outstanding in their outreach, insight Various international and local students and dedication. They have credit haveenergetic been doing their practicums atbrought our Peace to our peace movement in ways we could not achieve Foundation and have added a pleasant youthful in Auckland. As mentioned, we are so very pleased emphasis to our operation. that Alyn will continue to contribute in his significant We are delighted the continuing leadership international role onwith our behalf. of Decreased Christina Barruel in introducing ourgreater Cool difficulty government funding and in securing grants hasinto been debilitating for our team. Schools programme schools throughout New Unfortunately, it seems the world economy shakes Zealand and promoting it internationally. We are on its fragile foundations and we must grateful for the careful stewardship of expect Marcusgreater Zhao, difficulties. However, we must remain hopeful that this which included achieving a tiny budget surplus will be a temporary glitch and not a permanent reality. this We respect Jonnie Black’stopersistence In theyear. meantime, we are committed doing our very with developing the Māori Conflict Resolution best, with the resources we can access, while we can. Programme. Council would our gratitude Sadly, during this last yearexpress our Council lost the to services of, and personal engagement with Graham Neil Cameron for his positive and go-the-extra-mile Kelly. Hein sustained a serious illness that he attitude our office and wish him requiring well in his divest himself of all his various commitments and focus future in Dunedin. And, we are very grateful for the on recovering his health. We missed his enthusiasm for way Caroline Ongleo has held the team together so peace, his perceptive understanding of the issues, and effectively andnetworking with such awithin pleasant his significant the disposition. community. I am grateful Vice President Yvonne Duncan Those who aretonot standing for office again during this election include Graham Kelly and Jonnie Black as mentioned above. Also, Judy Lawley and Kathleen ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013 AnnuAl RepoRt 2010 – 2011

and team of Councillors for their support during

international disarmament. It is an issue that seems

are standing for office again in this election. I

one associated frustration, which I need help in

the year. It is fabulous that all, except one member, would pay tribute to Jai Basrur who has determined that his workload demands his resignation. His leadership has brought a refreshing business expertise to the table, which we will miss.

We are doing remarkably well with our limited

resources and such busy people on Council.

I have one unfulfilled expectation. It is that we

should be doing more to promote the cause for

to be dropping off our society’s radar. And I have adjusting to. Aristotle stated this well:

“The end is not merely speculative knowledge of what is to be done, but rather the doing of it.” How can we do more to actually make a

difference with the disarmament issue? 

Message from the Patron RICHARD NORTHEY "I have appreciated the honour of being your

Committee, particularly Alyn Ware, Kate Dewes

helping officiate at the very special function

world stage and frequently join our teleconference

patron again this year. The highlight was

where the Dalai Lama spoke and signed the

Auckland Peace City Declaration. Seeking to

support practical implementation of the Peace

City declaration at both the Council and at the community level remains very important. As Chair of the International Affairs and

Disarmament Committee we have met every

two month by teleconference. A number of our


and Rob Green are disarmament leaders on the from the likes of Basel and New York. We have

pooled our insights and, knowledge and networks to promote and give effect to the work of the

Foundation in the disarmament and arms control field for nuclear and weapons, other weapons of

mass destruction and small arms both within New Zealand and on the international stage" 

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Message from the Director CAROLINE ONGLEO Our 2012-2013 was a year of collaboration, diversity and innovation.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much .” - Helen Keller

Collaboration was the key to a successful year for us. Working together with individuals and organisations passionate about peace helped us to achieve more than what we can do on our own. We were able to leverage support and resources from our local, national and international partners. We worked with Laurie Ross as events manager and the Auckland Peace City Committee for the launch of the Auckland City for Peace and 25th Anniversary of Nuclear Free New Zealand on 8 June 2012. The Committee, composed of the Auckland Council, United Nations Association in New Zealand, Soka Gakkai International NZ, One People One Planet, Davenport Peace Group, Womens International Peace Federation and Greenpeace, worked together to reaffirm their commitment and celebrate this momentous occasion. Many organisations and individuals contributed to the creation of the Auckland City for Peace Toolkit: Guide for Local Boards and Communities on being a City for Peace. Claire Speedy, then Interim Director of The Peace Foundation, led the consultation and write-up of this toolkit. In partnership with the Auckland Council, this toolkit will be published and made available to the public, including the 21 local boards and the 55 libraries in Auckland. While our membership base has been dwindling, our Cool Schools Peer Mediation Programme has benefitted from the 115 Partnership Schools in the primary level. These schools have subscribed to the Foundation and provided substantial financial support to our programme. Our national partners that help implement, promote and support our programmes come from various sectors: Auckland Council for promotion of Peace City; AUT Social Science Department for interns who undertake their co-operative education

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placement; District Health Boards for creating safe learning environment in schools; LEADR NZ for free assistance of professional mediators in our Cool Schools training; SGI for the iChoose Anti-Bullying Programme and promotion of peace and disarmament; Refugee Youth Action Network and Auckland Refugee Community Coalition for our outreach to refugees for our Peaceful Family Communication and ProPeaceWork programmes; Safer Aotearoa Family Violence Prevention Network and KAAT Trust for access to Māori and Pacific communities to promote peaceful parenting and effective communication for teens. Diversity has been stronger than ever Our international interns spreading the peace message at the International in the Foundation Cultural Festival in Auckland. with cultural and skills diversity in the Council, staff, volunteers and interns. We benefitted from member additions to the Council from the academic and business sectors that provided sound acumen in determining our strategy and sustainability. There is also better representation of more ethnic groups in our Council. The addition of Neil Cameron as Administrative and Accounts Assistant, and Virin Gomber as Family Programme Manager in early 2013 has provided additional skills in our operations. Neil's versatile skill set has helped the general administration of the day-to-day operations in the office. Virin's effective programme management and public relations skills expertise gave the Peaceful Family Communication course high profile and expanded reach. Merran Spath, who resigned as Administrative and Accounts Assistant in late 2012, gave us superb organisational and event management skills. We embrace a culturally diverse workforce that demonstrates equal employment regardless of cultural orientation - a mix of Filipino, Chinese, NZ European, Māori and Indian lineage. We were also fortunate to benefit from the talents and perspectives of international interns and volunteers from France,


Russia, USA, Philippines and Kyrgyz Republic. The youth and vitality of our volunteers and interns complement the wisdom of our Council and members. Our innovative programmes are more responsive to cultural practices of and accessibility to different ethnic groups. Our pilot ProPeaceWork workshop was conceptualised to build the employment skills of youth and refugees on effective communication and peaceful conflict resolution in the workplace. Our Family Programme has branched out to develop a Peaceful Teen Communication course. We redesigned the Peaceful Family Communication course for parents and caregivers of young people to cater to the needs of Māori and Pacific communities in South Auckland. Workforce development considered advancing our multiculturalism through cultural competency training, basic Te Reo workshop, and external supervision and mentoring on Māori cultural practices and training delivery. Part of our innovation is the online publication of the Peaceworks newsletter (after its hiatus for a year), and use of social media, specifically Facebook, to promote our work. Collaboration, diversity and innovation all support our Strategic Plan. Our focus for this year is on: 1) strengthening our education programmes; 2) promoting Peace City and peace activities; and 3) being a critic and conscience of society. While we have been progressing well on the education and Peace City work, we are still looking at increasing our capacity to do more external relations to work on our third aim. Overall, our year was rewarding with more diversified and sustained funding support for our programmes. For the first time, we were granted multi-year funding by Lottery Grants to create more innovative Cool Schools Secondary resources, and conflict resolution training resources in Te reo Māori. The Te Punanga Haumaru Fund of the Ministry of Social Development also granted us funds to build peaceful communities in Counties Manukau. My gratitude to the hardworking staff who worked beyond the call of duty, and for the trust and friendship - Marcus, Christina, Jonnie, Virin and Neil. Special thanks to our valued interns and volunteers - Ryan, Rahiwa, Marielle, Eloisa, Candice, Lillibeth, Karla, Elvira, Tiphaine, Constance, Alyona, and Devon. My admiration for our Council President John Hinchcliff and the rest of the Council for guiding and challenging us to do better to achieve our vision of local, national and global communities. To our members past and present, to our partners, and supporters please join us in making a 2013-2014 an even more successful year of peacemaking. 


What do our partners have to say about us? “As a whole organisation, all the staff members are skilled, devoted and acted very professionally in all dealings with the Council. Further, the PF’s governance fully supported joint initiatives with Council and participated in strategic discussions.” -Joel Umali, Auckland Council “Over recent years The Peace Foundation has hosted more than seven of our students who have majored in Conflict Resolution, Criminology and/or Psychology. As a not-for-profit organisation, students’ investment of time and talent is highly valued.” Kerryn McDermoot, AUT Social Science “I am grateful for the support from The Peace Foundation and I look forward to continuing to work collaboratively with assisting schools to be a safe caring environment that supports students’ learning.” Monique Veza, Waitemata District Health Board “We refer members to The Peace Foundation who are interested in volunteering their time and mediation skills within the community. Our members enjoy being able to participate in a worthwhile programme where they get to share their skills and experience. This also provides them with valuable experience in coaching and applying different approaches to conflict.” Ava Gibson, LEADR NZ

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New Zealand Nuclear Free Peacemaker LAURIE ROSS, INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE I was appointed to attend major international nuclear disarmament events in April 2013 as follows: 1) Abolition 2000 Annual General Assembly, Scotland 2) Nuclear Free Local Authorities Seminar hosted by Edinburgh Council, Mayors for Peace, PNND (Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament) Abolition 2000 3) Basel Peace Office and Mayor’s for Peace Reception, Switzerland 4) Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Prep. Com. Meeting-United Nations, Geneva I represented the Peace Foundation, United Nations Assn., Abolition 2000 and Auckland Mayor for Peace Len Brown. They supported financially along with Alyn Ware of the Basel Peace Office and several other individual donors. 'Coalition to Scrap Trident’ Nuclear Submarines A highlight of the time in Scotland was to participate in the protest to stop the British from placing their 200 nuclear weapons in Scotland. This demonstration was held at the gates of the Faslane

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nuclear submarine base 25 miles from Glasgow. The majority of people in Scotland do not want nuclear weapons stationed in their waters but Britain has no other suitable harbour in the UK. Abolition 2000 Edinburgh/Faslane Declaration From a Nuclear Free Scotland to a Nuclear Free World This document was the major outcome of the Abolition 2000 international Assembly (see  It is a statement of solidarity with the people of Scotland to achieve a Nuclear Free Zone in their country.  It affirms that nuclear weapons pose an unacceptable threat to all civilian populations and on humanitarian grounds must be rejected.  It draws attention to the fact that the planned modernisation of UK nuclear weapons of 100 billion pounds is an enormous misuse of public funds needed for health, education etc.  It reinforces the value of Nuclear Weapon Free Zones to greater international security (as advocated by UN Resolutions).


Nuclear Free Local Authorities seminar I was invited as a guest speaker of the Edinburgh Council where she presented a letter from Auckland Mayor for Peace Len Brown who appointed her as Peace City Ambassador. I then told the story of how New Zealand became a Nuclear Free Zone. I was supported by Matt Robson of PNND and a former NZ Minister for Disarmament, and explained the campaign on land and sea leading up to the 1984 election of a government voted in on this election platform which was later enshrined in 1987 legislation. Mayors for Peace-Basel Switzerland This event was hosted by President Guy Morin and organised by Alyn Ware who is the Global Coordinator of PNND based at the Basel Peace Office, supported by IPPNW, World Future Council and Global Security Institute. Keynote speaker was Tad Akiba, former Mayor of Hiroshima and President of Mayors for Peace. He is now Chair of the Middle Powers Initiative to further progress on a Nuclear Weapons Convention. UN Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty The NPT Prep. Com. Meeting held at the United Nations in Geneva provides the high level international forum of government representatives leading up to the Review Conference in 2015. It is based on three pillars: 1) Nuclear Disarmament by the P5 Nuclear Weapon States as per Article 6 2) Non-Proliferation that ensures no other nations acquire these weapons


3) Peaceful uses of nuclear energy made available for all nations Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons The Joint Statement was signed by 80 of the 127 nation states attending the NPT Prep. Com. meeting who agree that there could be no way to deal with the catastrophic unbearable consequences of nuclear weapon use on which would affect millions of civilians. Thus, for the survival of humanity, nuclear weapons must never be used. In order to remove the threat of use, we must eliminate nuclear weapons. This requires that there be a legally binding ban on nuclear weapons, which every country can sign. This initiative is being led by ICAN –International Campaign for Abolition of Nuclear Weapons. Laurie was able to establish good connections with NGO peace and disarmament groups from around the world for the on going collaboration of efforts required to achieve the ICAN ‘Nuclear Weapons Ban’ and the Abolition 2000 ‘Nuclear Weapons Convention’. I was honoured to be The Peace Foundation International Representative and proud of our NZ Ambassador Dell Higgie who said: “New Zealand is a strong advocate of Nuclear Weapons Free Zones and the role that they play in promoting and safeguarding regional and international peace and stability, supporting global disarmament and non-proliferation efforts and reinforcing the NPT itself.” 

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Disarmament Report ALYN WARE, THE PEACE FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE The past year has been an exciting one for international activities on behalf of The Peace Foundation and other related non-governmental organisations. Since August 1012, I have been based overseas giving a much greater capacity to engage in such activities, but less of a capacity to participate in Peace Foundation meetings. However, the bi-monthly conference calls for The Peace Foundation Disarmament and International Peace Committee have been very helpful and effective in maintaining communication and discussing actions on disarmament and international peace.

Karipek Kuyukov with one of his paintings

Nexus, Engaging Legislators, the Framework Forum, Humanitarian consequences and the law, Nuclear Abolition Forum, Nuclear Weapon Free Zones, Sports and Peace and the Open the Door campaign (to support the UN Open Ended Working Group). See

Teaching cooperative games at a Youth Visionaries conference in Bonn, August 2012

BASEL PEACE OFFICE The Basel Peace Office runs a range of programs on advancing international peace and security through nuclear abolition. These include the Climate-Nuclear

Basel Mayor Guy Morin and IPPNW Switzerland rep Andi Nidecker cut the ribbon to open the Basel Peace Office

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Basel Peace Office

BASEL RUN FOR PEACE On arriving in Basel in August to establish the Basel Peace Office, I was informed that the funding promised by the Mayor of Basel Canton (City) for the office and programs unfortunately had not been ratified by the City Council – and was unlikely to be agreed due to internal politics and the election cycle. Faced with no funds, I saw an advert for the Basel marathon in a few weeks, and so decided to ‘hit the ground running’ and run the marathon as a fund-raiser and publicity for the opening of the Basel Peace Office. With little training, it was a tough run, but raised 2000 CHF (about NZ$2500) and some publicity – see BaselRunForPeace. ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013

SPORTS AND PEACE Basel Peace Office organised a public symposium and two-day youth trainers workshop in May 2013 on Using sports and games to bridge conflicts and build peace. The symposium featured Wilson Kipteker (World record holder for the 800 metres track), Maren Kroeger (UN Office on Sport for Development and Peace), Roland Pavloski (coach of a leading Swiss basketball team and of a peace basketball program for immigrants) and myself (Peace and Sport New York marathon team). In the two day workshop, co-sponsored by Ban All Nukes Generation and Youth Future Project, I trained youth in conflict resolution skills and in particular the use of games and sports to teach peace.

Abolition 2000 in the Scottish Parliament, hosted by PNND Co-President Bill Kidd.

Abolition 2000 E-News Mayra Gomez, Susi Snyder and I co-edit the E-news for Abolition 2000, the global network to eliminate nuclear weapons. The E-news reports on actions, initiatives and events relating to the abolition of nuclear weapons. We produced six E-newsletters in the year from August 2012 – July 2013. See I also manage the Abolition 2000 facebook page – on which we regularly post announcements and interesting


developments. See At the Annual Assembly we adopted the Faslane Declaration, which calls on the UK to remove the nuclear weapons based in Scotland, abandon nuclear deterrence and join negotiations for global nuclear abolition. The New Zealand experience in rejecting nuclear weapons from our harbours and becoming nuclear free is of significance to Scottish parliamentarians and nuclear abolition campaigners. I thus invited Laurie Ross, Matt Robson and Teresa Bergman to join me in Scotland for the Abolition 2000 Annual Meeting, and arranged key speaking/performing opportunities for them in the parliament and city hall in addition to the annual meeting itself. Open the door to a nuclear weapons free world The UN has established a new exciting process to take forward nuclear disarmament negotiations – the Open Ended Working Group (OEWG) which meets in Geneva and is open to all countries and to NGOs. At the Abolition 2000 Annual Meeting we established a task force to support this process. We have produced a Manual for Campaigners and a Manual for Governments, made interventions to the OEWG, submitted a working paper, and organised side events. See We recently launched an Open the Door action, encouraging people around the world to film or photograph themselves, friends, family, celebrities, pets etc… walking through the door to a nuclear weapons free world. See UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s message being delivered to the PNND Assembly in Astana The Basel Peace office has become the new head office for Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and

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See for reports on these parliamentary activities. Pacific ecologist Kay Weir and I co-edited a special issue of the Pacific Ecologist on the nuclear weapons threat. It includes articles on NE Asia, Middle East, climatic consequences of nuclear weapons, continued effects of nuclear testing in the Pacific, risks of nuclear weapons on high alert and much more. See www. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon’s message being delivered to the PNND Assembly in Astana

Disarmament. As PNND Global Coordinator, I have taken a lead in organising most of the PNND activities. Some key activities and successes over the year have been: • Over 100 legislators from 85 countries plus disarmament experts and campaigners come to Astana in August for the PNND Annual Meeting and conference. The conference launches the ATOM Project, a global public education campaign about the humanitarian consequences of nuclear tests and the imperative for nuclear abolition. See • PNND and the Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) launch a Handbook for Parliamentarians on Supporting Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament (co-edited by Rob van Riet and myself) in French and English at the IPU Assembly in Quebec City in October 2012, and in Spanish at the IPU Assembly in Quito in March 2013. See • PNND members are successful in their proposal to the IPU to choose the topic ‘Towards a Nuclear Weapons Free World: The Contribution of Parliaments’ as their focus for their Peace and Security work for the next year (out of eight possible topics). • PNND and Global Zero succeed in moving over half of the members of the European Parliament to sign a formal written declaration supporting the Global Zero plan for the elimination of nuclear weapons. • PNND organises panels on the role of parliamentarians at the NPT Prep Com in Geneva in April and at the UN Open Ended Working Group in May. • PNND successfully moves the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organsation for Security and Cooperation in Europe to support the UN Open Ended Working Group (OEWG).

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Nuclear Abolition Forum Alyn Ware and Ambassador Schmid (Switzerland) speak at the launch of the 2nd edition of the Nuclear Abolition Forum. See Framework Forum In February, PNND and Middle Powers Initiative organised a Framework Forum conference in Berlin supported and hosted by the German Foreign Office. 26 governments, 15 leading parliamentarians and a number of representatives from the United Nations, research institutions and civil society met in Berlin to discuss proposals, initiatives and processes to implement the agreement made at the 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference that “All States need to make special efforts to establish the necessary framework to achieve and maintain a world without nuclear weapons." Middle East NWFZ The Peace Foundation, Basel Peace Office and PNND were very active over the year in advancing a Middle East Zone free from Nuclear Weapons and other Weapons of Mass Destruction. PNND circulated a Parliamentary Declaration Supporting a Middle East Zone free from Nuclear Weapons and other Weapons of Mass Destruction which has been endorsed by parliamentarians from the Middle East and from around the world. PNND participated in the Helsinki Civil Society Forum in December 2012 which produced the Helsinki Declaration. At the Helsinki conference it was agreed that the Basel Peace Office would serve as a repository for key documents relating to the Middle East Zone. Despite the severe lack of funding for the international peace and disarmament work of The Peace Foundation and our partners, a lot has been achieved over the past year. I thank the Peace Foundation for continuing your confidence in me as the International Representative. 


Cool Schools Peer Mediation Programme CHRISTINA BARRUEL - COOL SCHOOLS MANAGER During the financial year period from April 2012 to March 2013, there have been approximately 704 teachers and 1161 students trained in peaceful conflict resolution and peer mediation skills within schools throughout New Zealand. Non-contract trainings brought in a total of $14,731 revenue for The Peace Foundation. The Partnership School initiative has been very successful. During this financial period, $19,796 was received from 115 schools who signed the School Agreement, each paying their $150 + GST sub to become a member of The Peace Foundation and therefore in a position to financially support Cool Schools.

Other highlights for Cool Schools over this period: Canterbury Peer Mediators BIG DAY OUT

This event was hosted by Darfield High School on the 3 May. It was unique in its inclusion of students and staff from: 2 High Schools, 2 Intermediate Schools and 2 Primary Schools. It was well organised by Tracy Scott, the Canterbury Cool Schools Trainer, a fun-filled day where peer mediators had the opportunity to share and inspire each other with their innovations at school.

Coordinators, 2 parents and 4 guest speakers. Many students commented on how the guest speakers were inspiring because they showed how mediation skills can be used at secondary school and further on in their lives. Thus a key objective of the event was achieved: motivating primary school peer mediators to continue on with their service as peer mediators once they leave primary school. This event was also very successful in eliciting from primary school students’ feedback on: Auckland - City for Peace - what does this mean for you?

“Navigating and Building Positive Relationships” Tuesday 31 July 2012

This is an effective communication and peaceful conflict resolution workshop for Year 9 or 14-15 year old girls. Lisa Gibson and Christina designed and co-facilitated this workshop with Jo Robertson, Leadership Programme Director, and two Guidance Counsellors from Diocesan College for Girls. Student and facilitator workbooks were developed and produced to support the training. Overall feedback from teachers and students was very positive. The school made a booking for the same workshop to be facilitated the following year.

National Schools’ Peace Week 2012 – Music4Peace: Music Heals the World

A total of 38 schools registered for Peace Week this year, a record - 9 secondary schools and 29 primary schools. A total of 10 schools (7 primary and 3 secondary) entered the national peace song competition. The standard of entries were very high and represented schools from all around New Zealand. A big effort was made to keep schools informed about Peace Week through MailChimp, information packs, a flyer and regular postings on the website and the Cool Schools Facebook site. Student participants at the Canterbury Peer Mediators Big Day Out, May, 2012

Auckland/Northland Secondary Schools Symposium 2012

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East Auckland Peer Mediator BIG DAY OUT

This event was held on Thursday 31 May at Cockle Bay School. There were 6 schools represented with a total of 75 primary school peer mediators, 6 Cool Schools

East Auckland Peer Mediators Big Day Out, June 2012


Participants at the 2012 Auckland/Northland Secondary School Symposium. Theme: Music4Peace: Music Heals the World

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colleges attended with a total of 92 students and 10 teacher coordinators. Five of these schools performed their original peace songs as part of the symposium programme. This was the most successful symposium to date because there was: (1) a varied, interesting programme that was on time; (2) a great team of staff and volunteers; (3) superb support from sponsors and guest performers; (4) an energetic, dynamic, relevant, interactive music workshop in the afternoon facilitated by Fraser Bruce that created a wonderful feeling of unity with all participants; (5) students from nine different schools with a real mix of different cultures represented; (6) an efficient sound system set up in good time,;(7) better quality recording of the event (film and photos).

first summer edition was very positive with Cool Schools coordinators commenting on how useful it was to have a programme newsletter with articles such as “Handy Hints for Effective Cool Schools Implementation,” at the beginning of the year when they are actively engaged in programme implementation and needing helpful support with this.

New Zealand Diversity Forum – Sunday 19 August 2013 Claire Speedy and Christina presented a 90-minute

interactive workshop on the topic: Building Peace in Your

Community. They explored the meaning of peace for individuals, for families and for the wider community. At the end of the workshop, participants provided lots of ideas on the topic: Auckland – City for Peace – what does this mean for you? These were collated and used to help with the Auckland City for Peace toolkit.

The New Zealand Education Conference – Friday 2 November 2013

Claire Speedy and Christina conducted a successful workshop at this event. There were approximately 40 participants who attended. Twenty five percent of these were from national and international primary and secondary schools. It was a great networking opportunity.

Auckland Council Cool Schools Capacity Building Workshop - Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board Thursday 29 November 2013

Despite the good promotion of this event, the attendance from local primary schools in the region was poor. One of the schools that attended has since booked a Cool Schools training. A motivated Auckland Council staff member who was a participant at the workshop, would like to see the Council providing funding for Cool Schools training in every local board.

MediationWorks – Cool Schools Newsletters

Two editions of MediationWorks were published and distributed to schools nationwide during this financial year - one in July 2012 and the second in February 2013. Feedback on our

MediationWorks – July 2012 and Summer 2013 editions

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Christina Barruel and her host Unnsteinn Johannsson at The Peace Thing Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, October 2012

The Peace Thing (Icelandic Boys and Girls Scouts 100 Years Celebration)

Christina was invited to be a keynote speaker and to present a three hour Cool Schools Peer Mediation Programme workshop at “The Peace Thing” Conference during October 2012. This international conference was a 100 years celebration of the Icelandic Scouts and Guides Association and was held in the capital city of Iceland, Reykjavik. She presented a workshop that gave participants awareness on basic peaceful conflict resolution and peer mediation skills for both personal and professional use. Christina discussed how the Cool Schools primary and secondary programmes are implemented in New Zealand. At the end of the workshop participants had a clear idea of how The Peace Foundation is actively creating and sustaining peace education in New Zealand schools, while simultaneously achieving positive social and health outcomes for New Zealand youth. The Peace Foundation is currently waiting on a proposal by the Icelandic Boys and Girls Scout Association Education Team who have offered to be our programme representatives. They would like to implement our Cool Schools programme within schools and youth programmes throughout Iceland. The Education Team have been asked to provide a draft action plan on how they intend to implement Cool Schools so that The Peace Foundation can make decisions on how to support this. Their challenge is to find finance to receive further programme training and for the resources to be translated into the local language.


Other highlights of Christina’s trip to Iceland were:

(1) Joining various activities on The Peace Group Camp

before the conference. This camp was organised by the Icelandic Scout Association and was an opportunity for young scouts, aged between 18 – 32 years from countries all over Europe, to come together to discuss their views on ‘peace’ and to create an action plan for pro-active initiatives to promote peace in their own communities; (2) Representing The Peace Foundation at the lighting of the Imagine Peace Tower on Vevey Island near Reykjavik. This event happens every year on 9 October and is dedicated to the memory of John Lennon on his birthday. It is sponsored by Yoko Ono who is the event patron. She was present to open and close the ceremony. Hundreds of people attended from all over the world.

ProPeaceWorks – Pilot Programme Development

ProPeaceWorks stands for Positive Relationship Options for Peace at Work. This pilot programme has been developed with existing training modules from the Cool Schools and Peaceful Family Communication programmes to provide awareness and skills on how to deal with conflict and maintain positive, peaceful relationships in the work place environment. Each workshop is tailored to the needs of the organisation and employer. Aly Roberts and Simone Maus are helping Christina develop ProPeaceWorks. They are co-facilitators in the delivery of this programme. In partnership with One Big Voice, an online campaigning platform, a small amount of funds were raised to support two workshops booked with staff and refugees at RYAN (Refugee Youth Action Network) for April and May 2013.

Nelson and Wellington Network Meetings

Two successful network meetings were held in the Nelson/Tasman Bay and Wellington regions during March 2013. Lynn Scott and Christina Barruel were in attendance. Dr Gillian Tasker was also invited to the Wellington meeting. Nicky Lawson, from Waterloo School in Wellington, brought two very useful resources she had developed from the new primary manual for classroom teachers and student peer mediators. Nicky is happy for The Peace Foundation to make her resources available to other Cool Schools providing we acknowledge her good work.

and hardly any in our supervised timeout. The mediators are well trained and confident in carrying out their role. There are fewer children going to teachers with minor issues and the confidence level of the mediators is amazing, they love being involved!” - Graeme Sullivan, (Principal Waterloo Primary School) “Our school’s values of Excellence, Pride and Spirit needed a refocus and Cool Schools was a great vehicle to address this; especially the value of Spirit and what we believe it entails. Since the student peer mediation service has been in operation, we have noticed a dramatic drop off of parents coming in to discuss behaviour incidents from the playground and conflict entering the classroom after breaks.” - Hamish Dufty, (Deputy Principal at Ebbett Park School, Hastings) “Having been a Cool Schools teacher coordinator in my previous school, I felt that the programme would help Waterloo School to become a positive, caring and safe place to be. The Cool Schools programme has been in place for just over a year now and has already seen the rates of bullying drop to almost zero. The teachers have reported that they are solving very few minor problems as the children are choosing to use mediation instead.” - Nicky Lawson, (Cool Schools Teacher Coordinator at Waterloo Primary)

Thank you

A big thank you to the awesome Cool Schools trainers, colleagues, interns and volunteers who have given hours of endless work throughout the financial year to keep Cool Schools alive and well: Andrea O’Hagan, Lynn Scott, Tracy Scott, Carolyne Smith, Lisa Gibson, Jonnie Black, Neil Cameron, Caroline Ongleo, Marcus Zhao, Marielle Morit, and Ryan Elizondo. Your efforts have been a huge contribution to the success of Cool Schools. I would especially like to thank Merran Spath who left her position with The Peace Foundation at the end of November 2012. She contributed a huge amount to Cool Schools and will be fondly remembered for her innovation, superb organisation skills, passion and boundless energy. 

What do Cool Schools have to say?

“The Cool School’s programme is more than a peer mediation programme. It is an opportunity for children and teachers to develop skills in conflict resolution and problem solving particularly lower level social and behavioural needs. After an 18 month period of implementing the programme I am starting to notice changes in our playground with behaviour. There are fewer children going to duty teachers ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013

Peer mediators in action at Upper Harbour Primary School

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Kia Tau te Rangimarie Programme Kia Tau te Rangimarie


Kia Tau te Rangimarie has been in its pilot stages now for two years. We are happy to say we have nearly reached our target schools for the pilot and will move into evaluating the effectiveness as outlined in the Action Plan created early 2013. Some highlights A Kia Tau te Rangimarie full training was held for Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngā Mokopuna on 31 January, which directly benefited 23 senior students and 14 staff member. The training was successful with all staff on-board with the training and believing this can make a difference in their kura as well as benefit their tamariki in the school. A progress evaluation form was submitted in May, and the response to the questions is positive. For example, the kura completed a play ground observation survey to identify the needs of the school, types of conflict in the school and where the most conflict is likely to happen. From this the coordinator and principal has created an implementation action plan to introduce the programme fully school-wide. The kura is also working very hard to ensure the values of Te Aho Matua are upheld within the programme and align with these principles. Furthermore, they meet regularly to discuss, share, and support each other as mediators. From the training evaluation the comments from participants were positive for example: “Definitely, saw a lot of familiar scenarios that I realized could have been dealt with a little better. Awesome day. A lot

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learnt & great tikanga Māori knowledge.” - Kaiako, TKKM o Nga Mokopuna. “Absolutely, loved the shared discussions and hearing others' experiences. Love to see more Te Reo Māori used in resources and more 'Māori specific' visual aids. Excellent! Was worth it and would highly recommend to others!” - Students, TKKM o Nga Mokopuna. Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Nga Mokopuna also received a revisit training to assist further implementation.” It benefited 23 student leaders and 3 staff members. Revisit training was also conducted at Te Kura Hata Maria that has been implementing the programme now for one and a half years. This revisit was to evaluate the programme implementation and see what extra support The Peace Foundation could offer them. Jonnie was also able to conduct training with the students and observe their mediation skills, which the students found valuable. The kura has been implementing the programme successfully which is evident in the feedback received from the coordinator. In early September, Birkdale Primary School is coming on board to implement the programme. Furthermore, we are in contact with Keruru School Campus on the possibilities of working with them. We have recently introduced Cool Schools to the school and it would be beneficial to conduct a Kia Tau te Rangimarie revisit as this school is composed of 80% Māori students and staff. We are hoping to confirm dates with these schools within the next two weeks.


Professional Development Jonnie Black has been on study leave for eight weeks throughout July - August for a study practicum with Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi where he is in his final stages of completing a Bachelor in Education (Māori Teaching). The completion of his Bachelor complements his profession with The Peace Foundation and has been valuable for his professional growth to aid the Māori Programme. Mauri Ora Associate – Online Foundation course in Cultural Competency This workshop was beneficial for Jonnie Black to assist him with the development of the Māori Programme. There were three modules that Jonnie completed. Module one included cultural competency, legislation, and Māori history; module two included making a difference and cultural diversity; and module three had health literacy and cultural communication. At the completion of these modules Jonnie will also have a final assessment. External Supervision Jonnie also meets bi-monthly with Alexander Stevens,

lecture at Manukau Institute of Technology, for external supervision. Alexander offers support, guidance and mentoring for Jonnie in his position and work with The Peace Foundation. Alexander has written a letter of support for Jonnie outlining the fabulous work he does. Up and coming The Peace Foundation was fortunate enough to receive a lottery grant to further develop resource in Te Reo Māori for the pilot schools and future schools that come on board. It is our intention to develop these resources in early 2014 for distribution towards latter half of 2014. We are excited about the resources we are going to create. Stakeholders’ Hui 2014 As part of the continued collaborative work we do within the Māori porfolio, we are holding a stakeholders hui in early 2014 to outline the current achievements of the programme and where to from here. We will be inviting key people from different organisations that have been crucial to the development of the programme and those that are interested in assisting with the further growth and development. 

Youth Activities on Disarmament and Peace JONNIE BLACK, YOUTH CO-ORDINATOR REACT – Responding To Armed Conflict workshop was re-delivered this year, thanks to the financial support of DEUNIF (Disarmament Education United Nations Implementation Fund). Four secondary schools in Auckland received the workshop. This directly benefitted about 1000 students from various ethnic backgrounds, engaging and participating in the workshop. These schools are St Dominic College, Lynfield College, Birkenhead High School, and Auckland Girls Grammar. Thanks to Devon DeZwaan-Lemke (Intern) for coming on board and delivering such successful workshops. Internship Programme The Peace Foundation offers a unique unpaid internship programme and services to students and professionals looking for New Zealand work-related experience to further enhance their skills and study or career related knowledge. We have been fortunate this year in hosting some incredible interns from across the world. ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013

They include Tiphaine Mathieu, whose main objective was Schools Peace Week; Constance Gilbert,who worked alongside Tiphaine to see through Peace Week as well as our Secondary Schools Symposium; Devon DeZwaan Lemke, who ran and updated our REACT programme; and finally, Alena Maksimenko from Auckland University of Teachnology, who assisted and worked with Cool Schools Programme. The contribution all these girls made to the organisation was invaluable and we wish them a bright prosperous future ahead. In the second semester we have taken more interns, both international and domestic, on board. They include - Marogt Arnaud, from Science Po Toulouse who is working on nuclear disarmament issues as well as the revamp of our new website; Jospin Uwaci, who is also interested in our disarmament work as well as our other programme areas; and Ari Kingi, who has experience in the social services sector and wants to enhance her skills and knowledge on conflict resolution. We welcome all the interns on board and are sure they are going to enjoy their placement with us. 

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Family Programme VIRIN GOMBER, FAMILY PROGRAMME MANAGER It has been a remarkable year for the Family Programme (previously called ‘Parent Programme’) with our ‘Peaceful Family Communication’ course spreading its wings in various parts of Auckland and receiving an overwhelmingly warm response. During the last contract period, more than 108 new clients from all over Auckland, including the Waiheke Island, benefited from this programme. The participants learned new communication skills and were also provided with free SKIP resources, as well as parenting books like Happier Parenting Happier Children, Adoloscent Volcanoes and Adult Volcanoes. One of the key emphasis in this period has been around introducing and implementing more pro-active marketing of the programme via our networks and other community networks, use of social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn), email campaigns, broadcast media and strenthening of relationships with community organisations. While majority of the participants at the Peaceful Family Communication courses tend to be women (approx 70% in 2012-2013), recently there has been more interest coming through from men (approx

PFC - Participants’ ethnicities 2012-2013

 Pakeha  Indian  Pacific Islanders  Māori  Asian  African and other

30% in 2012-2013) as well. It’s also interesting to sometimes see couples attending the course together, which not only indicates the commitment on their part to understand peaceful communication, but is also more effective in the long run. Participants in our 2012-2013 courses represented a range of ethnic groups, reflecting Auckland's diverse ethnic make-up, including Pakeha (approx 60%), Indian (approx 11%), Pacific Island (approx 9%), Māori (approx 7%), Asian (approx 5%), and African and other ethnicities. Some of the most-attended and highly successful programmes included: Living & Learning Centre, Henderson; Takapuna Primary School, Waiheke Primary School and Pakuranga-Rahihi Playcentre. During this period, The Peace Foundation launched

The skills you learn will set you up for life. The attention and time taken to go through, unpack and examples given help learn and deepen your understanding.

It’s the best course - everyone must attend, especially who work for youth or with community.

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the conceptualisation for the Te Punanga Haumaru Fund Project that aims to build peaceful families through preventing and addressing bullying, especially in high-risk and vulnerable communities. The pilot courses under this programme will be delivered in August 2013, and will have two separate trainings: Peaceful Family Communication (for adults) and Peaceful Teen Communication, the first of its kind specifically targeting teenagers. Progress was also made under the Lottery Grants Board-funded ‘Refugee programme’ with the first course successfully delivered to refugee leaders and more being planned, in association with refugee organisations, such as RYAN (Refuee Youth Action Network), RASNZ (Refugees as Survivors NZ) and ARCC (Auckland Refugee Community Coalition). In order to provide participants with follow-up support and offer ongoing advice on the newly learned skills, a Facebook closed-group page was set up. This has become highly popular, with the trainer engaging the members with new weekly themes and answering queries. We have also established new networks, including with community organisations, such as Recovery

Solutions, Family Start Manukau, Turuki Family Start, Albert-Eden local board, Te Waipuna Puawai, KAAT Trust, Inspiring Communities, Migrante Aotearoa, Barnardos, etc. The MSD funding for the programme has been renewed for the next year through to June 2014. With increasing demand for the Family programme from various communities, we look forward to further strengthening our offering in the coming years and contributing toward more peaceful and loving families. I wish to thank The Peace Foundation team – Caroline Ongleo, Christina Barruel, Jonnie Black, Neil Cameron, Marcus Zhao for their outstanding contribution and efforts toward strengthening the programme, and to the Council for their continued support and encouragement through valuable strategic advice. Above all, I express my gratefulness to our trainers Andrea O’Hagan, Mike O’Hagan, Yelena Kostyugova and Lisa Gibson (who also managed the programmed previously) for their devotion, passion and commitment to transforming people’s lives through this programme. 

A very good – thought provoking course that helped me to become that little bit more patient & aware of my own behaviour.

It has been one of the most valuable learning experiences I have had.


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Treasurer’s Report DALE HUNTER - TREASURER

I am pleased to present the financial statements contributing $64,000 towards the programme for for the financial year ended 31 March 2013. developing peaceful families and communities in Total gross income for the year to 31 March 2013 Counties Manukau. was $436,496, which is about $18,000 less than In addition to this, DEUNIF through the last year ($454,891). We were however able to Department of Internal Affairs, has also signalled its produce a modest surplus of $2,280, for the first continuing support for our disarmament education time in three years. programme by increasing the funding from $10,000 We are heartened by the recent confirmation to $25,000 for 2013/2014. from the Ministry of Health that we have been Subscription income from individual members awarded a three and a half year contract extension was $1,583 ($5,274 last year), and from the Cool for the provision of the Cool Schools programme Schools Partnership Programme $19,796 ($4,833 throughout New Zealand. In the last year). past, the contract had been on The outlook for the year ahead The outlook for the two-yearly renewal basis. from a financial perspective is year ahead from a Our Cool Schools programme better than the previous year has made further inroads into the based on the level of confirmed financial perspective wider community with tangible funding we have received to date. is better than the contributions from the local Rotary Other applications for funding are Clubs in Auckland to go towards pending. previous year based implementation of the programme I wish to take the opportunity to on the level of into the schools within the local acknowledge the financial support area. we received, in particular, from confirmed funding we The Peace Foundation has also the Ministry of Health, Ministry of have received to date. been successful in securing a Social Development, Lottery Grants two-year contract from the Lottery Board, DEUNIF, Auckland City, Grants Board for the development COGS, and HB Williams Trust. The of the Cool Schools and Māori Peace Foundation would not be Conflict Resolution Programmes. These are new where it is now without them. programmes and the funding is worth nearly I would also like to express my gratitude to $170,000 in total, spread over two years. Caroline Ongleo, our Executive Director, Marcus I am also able to confirm the renewal of our Zhao, Finance Manager, Christina Barruel, Cool funding from the Ministry of Social Development Schools Manager and Trainer, all the team and also (MSD) for the Parents' Programmes for another the Council for their hard work and dedication year, to 30 June 2014. On top of this and for the throughout the year in keeping the finances first time, the Ministry has extended its support by healthy. 

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Acknowledgements The Peace Foundation is grateful for the generous support of the following: Albert-Eden Local Board Auckland Council Community Organisation Grants Scheme Disarmament Education UN Implementation Fund J N Williams Memorial Trust/HB Williams Trust Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Lottery Grants Ministry of Health Ministry of Social Development Peace and Disarmament Education trust Rotary Club Papakura Trust Communities Foundation Waitemata Local Board

The Peace Foundation Directory PATRONS Prof Noam Chomsky Dame Barbara Goodman Dr John Hinchcliff Sir Jerry Mateparae Lady Janine Mateparae Richard Northey Lady Beverley Reeves Dame Laurie Salas Jack Shallcrass Pauline Tangiora Dr Marilyn Waring Cardinal Thomas Williams COUNCIL

President John Hinchcliff Vice President Yvonne Duncan Treasurer Dale Hunter

COUNCIL MEMBERS Roderic Alley Steven Arnold Jai Basrur Dr Toby Curtis Lisa Er Lina Gonzalez Barbara McCulloch



Director Caroline Ongleo

Finance Manager Marcus Zhao

Cool Schools Manager and Trainer Christina Barruel

Māori Porgramme and Youth Co-ordinator Jonnie Black Family Programme Manager Virin Gomber

Administration and Accounts Assistant Neil Cameron


Cool Schools Peer Mediation Programme Lisa Gibson Andrea O’Hagan Lynn Scott Gillian Tasker Tracy Scott


Lisa Gibson Andrea and Mike O’Hagan Yelena Kostyugova

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