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Where you at? - Huge Problems don't always need Huge solutions ( 0:27:6)       
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In this episode we kōrero with 2 ReachOut Kaimahi, Tonia and Nick about the mahi they do supporting adults in the community who are using or at risk of using harmful behaviours in their relationships. Because people of all ages can use harmful behaviours - if you ever feel overwhelmed or on edge, maybe you're confused about how some things have gone down in your relationships or you just want some help/support to make some changes, then knowing there is support available is the first step.
Published: 5/04/2024 4:38:04 p.m.
Where you at? - Soup, Sandwich or Miscellaneous ( 0:26:8)       
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This episode we kōrero with Mace Malcom Waitaha Schools Coordinator from InsideOut Koaro about their role and the work they do supporting rainbow yound people in schools. From supporting staff development to create safe spaces, to Queer Straight Alliances (QSA's) Mace shares some of their work all across Canterbury that whamana our rainbow rangatahi.
Published: 25/03/2024 5:00:00 p.m.
Where you at? - The why and what of Christchurch Pride( 0:25:51)       
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We are super excited to share this kōrero with Tom Rosanowski the Co-chairn of Christchurch bring the Pride Festival to Ōtautahi this March 15th-31st. We disuss what's on, the why behind Christchurch Pride and the festival, because everyone has the right to be safe and to be themselves!
Published: 11/03/2024 5:00:00 p.m.
Where you at? - Pink Shorts are for Everyone!( 0:54:34)       
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Today's episode we discuss the impact of toxic masculinity, exploring where does the expectation of what men and women and other genders come from? How do these affect us in our relationships and of course - why anyone can wear pink shorts and rock them!
Published: 13/02/2024 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - Taima Kōrero - Pornography and Youth( 0:59:7)       
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Join Lara and myself in this episode where we kick of 2024 with a challenging but super important kōrero. We get to talk to Brett Harvey as he shares his own experience and history around pornography, and how this has led to the creation of Taima Kōrero. Brett is passionate about his work to educate and support others in our community to address some of the big concerns around pornography and the impact it can have on our rangatahi and their relationships.
Published: 9/01/2024 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - Merry Christmas from Little Joys( 0:53:19)       
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"Join Lara and Dylan as they meet with Amelie from Little Joys! Amelie takes us through her personal journey with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, what convinced her to start up her business to help others struggling, and how she became a teenage advocate for mental health. Amelie is an incredibly inspiring and amazing person to talk to, and this episode will leave you with great hope for the holidays! Spread the joy: https://littlejoys.co.nz/"
Published: 12/12/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - Not all heroes where capes( 0:55:3)       
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In this episode Lara and I get to kōrero with 2 members of NetSafe's Youth Action Squad (YAS). Toby and Jhett help us navigate our young people's world about online risks, internet safety and the tool kit that Netsafe delivers in schools to help educate and support rangatahi on issues that are impacting their online experiences.
Published: 14/11/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - Stand and Deliver( 0:56:48)       
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We are privileged to kōrero with Liv McClymont, director of the short film "I stand for consent" and Piper Pengelly a young auditor for youth friendly spaces from ReVision - Youth Voice Canterbury. Talking consent, healthy relationships and the amazing work these fabulous humans are up to!
Published: 10/10/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - Get Involved!( 0:52:11)       
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"Chill with Dylan and Lara as they reminisce about their experiences at the Involve Conference for Youth Workers 2023. Highlights of the conference included a session on AoD and harm reduction, several sessions on working with rainbow young people, and how to engage with youth during an election year and changing the voting age. https://www.youthdebate.org.nz/ https://tikatangata.org.nz/resources-and-support/conversion-practices"
Published: 12/09/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - They are out there.... and in here... and over that way!( 0:56:42)       
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We all have some connection to the rainbow community. They are in our workplaces, classrooms or family/whānau. So that being said, those wonderful humans in our Rainbow/LGBTQIA+ whānau are 100% deserving of the same respect, aroha and manaakitanga as every other person. We get to kōrero with the amazing Dando (they/them) from InsideOUT about the work they do and 🌈Aro ki te Hā🌈- a respectful relationships programme aimed at supporting rainbow young people to have healthy relationships! 🥰
Published: 8/08/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - Less Default Human( 0:48:58)       
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Join us this episode as Lara and I talk to Michelle from REAL - an amazing service providing support for rangatahi around understanding and managing their mental wellbeing. We also discuss changes to the broadcasting standards changes to support our rainbow community, exploring social issues and acceptance on different levels.
Published: 11/07/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - Ratonga Taiohi & Matariki( 0:53:9)       
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In this episode we have Maatakiwi from Christchurch City Libraries sharing her mātauranga (knowledge) about Matariki, the meaning and science behind it. We also have Suzy from Ratonga Taiohi (Youth Services) discussing the Youth Payment and Young Parent Payment for young people who need the support of the welfare system. We circle around unpacking belonging and what this means for our rangatahi today.
Published: 13/06/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Where you at? - Play it again, S.A.M.S.( 0:55:18)       
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"Come join us as we discuss the new Ministry of Social Development marketing plan for youth - Love Better. Learn the awesome things there are to do at the library! Then tune in as Dylan puts Lara through some safety assessments, known as S.A.M.S. https://www.msd.govt.nz/about-msd-and-our-work/work-programmes/initiatives/family-and-sexual-violence/youth-campaign-love-better.html - Love Better https://christchurch.bibliocommons.com/v2/events?audiences=53c58cb17ee9da500a000011 - Teen Events
Published: 9/05/2023 10:00:00 a.m.

This is a resource for youth anywhere; and for whanau, friends and others who may be supporting rangatahi in the community. “Where you at?” is a safe space to empower young people to ask questions, check in on their own relationships and where they are at, to get real information, to be a part of the conversation about healthy relationships, safety, and to recognise when and where they may need to get support.

Host: Dylan & Lara

Produced By: Dylan & Makenzi

Language: English

Category: Children and Youth

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