Volume 04

on cultivating community
Mangere Houses

HOME AGAIN

Michelle Neethling

Images of bombed-out buildings and broken lives have brought the refugee crisis to our attention. When refugees emerge out of these stories and into our neighb ...

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THE HOUSE AWAY FROM HOME

Jeremy Vargo

In the lead up to the 2017 elections, we talked to four Members of New Zealand's 51st Parliament about what it takes to stay connected to the ideals, the peopl ...

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TEACHING THE TOWN OF THE FUTURE

Olivia Burne

As a growing town welcomes its first high school, meet the people who have imagined the environment and values that will shape the young people of this communi ...

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DEVELOPING COMMUNITY IN ADOLESCENCE

Dr Myron Friesen & Keren Donaldson

In the adolescent years, young people are drawn to new relationships and community connections that fulfill their needs for exploration and autonomy. The chall ...

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A QUIET LEGACY

Abigail Egden

"A library outranks any other one thing a community can do to benefit its people. It is a never failing spring in the desert."

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EDITORIAL – VOL 04

Welcome to the fourth volume of Flint & Steel

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A Recipe For Community

In 2010, Benjamin Johnson and a group of friends set up The Free Store, a grassroots community in Wellington’s CBD that gathers around surplus food. Seven ye ...

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LIFE ON THE OUTSIDE

Brad Mills

We take pride in being a cohesive and safe country, with a strong co-operative culture. But New Zealand’s current record high rates of incarceration and reof ...

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BLUEPRINT FOR LIVING

Joy Reid

Very few cities are given the chance to start over. A city generally evolves over the decades, with each generation adding flair and innovation to what their f ...

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WORDS & IMAGES BY NAOMI HAUSSMANN

WORDS AND IMAGES BY NAOMI HAUSSMANN

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THE BEGINNINGS OF BELONGING

Kirke Sawrey

Belonging is a basic human need—as humans we are relational beings that require interaction.

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