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Date: July 31, 2014

Accelerating Auckland focuses on increasing digital capability where it is most needed – in under-served communities.

“We are working to connect young people to the digital world through hands-on activities showing how digital tools fit in everyday life. We believe that increased digital access and skills will directly impact improved success at school and access to skilled work .......a pathway to prosperity.”

Date: April 01, 2014

Accelerating Aotearoa is delighted to announce receipt of funding support from The Trust Community Foundation to run Geek Camps in the Southern Initiative (TSI) area.

Date: December 09, 2013

Having established a Digital Community Trust in Dunedin and a Digital Office to lead digital projects, The Digital office now announce their support of a partnership with Accelerating Aotearoa, to work together for the benefit of Auckland and Dunedin.

Date: April 19, 2013


Come and join us at ACCELERATING AUCKLAND to see HOW you can contribute, WHY you should connect, WHAT Digital Auckland looks like and what it does for you, its citizen.

Watch this space - More to come!

Date: November 30, 2012

Understanding Indigenous Pacific success models for improved Educational outcomes during a visit to New Zealand by Dr. Ku Kahakalau Nov 12th – 17th.

Date: April 11, 2012
Celebrate and support our Maori & Pacific teenagers on their pathway to successful careers!
Date: November 24, 2011

Mark Wonglyn of Careers NZ and Judy Speight of Accelerating Aotearoa, addressed nearly 100 careers advisors at the CATE (Careers and Transition Education Association NZ) annual conference at the Rotorua Energy Events Centre on November 24th 2011.

Date: September 30, 2011
Meet Noah Ghebremichael–Accelerating Aotearoa’s new Intern, AUT Bachelor of Business student.
Date: September 02, 2011

AGM Date: 26th August 2011

Accelerating Aotearoa is now seven years old. Statistically it is now destined for survival in the jungle of the “Not for Profit” Charitable Society world.
Nearly thirty members of Accelerating Aotearoa met at the University of Auckland’s Owen G Glenn Building last week to celebrate their 5th Annual General meeting and receive updates on the current projects of the society.

Date: July 08, 2011
Long time Accelerating Aotearoa supporter and key member of NFKM aka Niue Moving Forward Together, Mary Aue, was invited to address women at the Auckland event of the Global Women's Summit.

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