Achieve is a national network established to ensure equal opportunity and access to post-secondary education and training for people with impairments.
Te mana o uenuku:
The critic and conscience of an increasingly diverse society
Disability Rights Commissioner, Human Rights Commission
The University of Otago Disability Information and Support And College of Education welcome you to a lecture in honour and memory of Donna-Rose McKay, Head of Service, Disability Information and Support.
THURSDAY 29 MAY 2014 | 6.00PM
ST DAVID LECTURE THEATRE
Corner of Cumberland and St David Streets
University of Otago | Dunedin
The lecture will be followed by light refreshments.
A grant of $12,000 per year for 2014 and 2015 has been received from the Todd Foundation. This is fantastic news for ACHIEVE, and will enable them to continue with current and ongoing projects. Thank you Todd Foundation Trustees and Staff.
The following report was presented at the ACHIEVE 2013 AGM and Professional Development Conference hosted in Dunedin on 9 December 2013:
The ACHIEVE AGM will be held during the ACHIEVE 2013 Professional Development Conference at 3.30pm on Monday 9 December at the Mark Parker Seminar Room, University College, Dunedin. For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
ACHIEVE is looking forward to hosting a professional development conference at University College in Dunedin on Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 December 2013. You can choose to attend the full conference, or individual workshops, as follows:
Full conference includes all three workshops together with conference dinner on the Monday evening. The full fee for this is $200 per person.
If you would prefer to attend one or more workshop(s), individual prices are listed below:
SafeTALK Suicide Alertness for Everyone
Monday 9 December 11:00am – 3:00pm
The National Executive Committee welcomes the following new representatives on board:
Marg Dobson from Waikato University as General Rep and Loren Corbett from Waikato University as Student Rep (both nominated at the 2012 AGM), and Anna Nelson from AUT as Community Rep (nominated shortly after the 2012 AGM ).
We look forward to working in partnership and facing the challenges that lie ahead.
Welcome to the 2012 Annual General Meeting (AGM). This year has another productive one for ACHIEVE and it has been pleasing to review our progress.
Our National Executive Committee (NEC) met in February to plan the year ahead. We were also eager to increase the numbers on the NEC and it was agreed to follow up those who expressed an interest at the previous Annual General Meeting (AGM). As a result, Matt Frost from Disability Support Network joined as a General Representative and Hannah Wilson from Canterbury University joined as a Student Representative.
30 July 2012 - Otago Daily Times Newspaper
An ACC policy change "significantly disadvantages" tertiary students with short-term injuries, by reducing academic support funding, a disability support group says.
Achieve, the National Post-Secondary Education Disability Network, has written to ACC, urging it to rectify "inappropriate changes" in ACC support for students with short-term injuries.
Date: Thursday, February 16 2012
ACHIEVE - The National Post-Secondary Education Disability Network - is astounded that Mojo Mathers has been asked to fund her own note-taking services.
"While New Zealand has some of the legislation, clearly the proof is not in the pudding when Parliament cannot get it right. Formal rights are merely words on paper until enacted by people who care", says Melissa Lethaby, National President of ACHIEVE.