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YES offers a range of workshops and activities which help provide holistic support, with focus on professional and leadership development and training for our youth with disabilities.

Working in a co-creative space, all our projects are co-created and co-delivered with youth with disabilities, which help keep YES services and support relevant and accessible to the needs of the disability community. Check out our latest news and workshops below…YES

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

YES is pleased to announce we are delivering the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award / Hillary Award Aotearoa New Zealand programme. And we are looking for expressions of interest!

The world’s leading youth achievement award

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is a global non-formal education framework, with more than 60 years of experience challenging young people to Dream Big and discover their full potential.

The Award is a personal journey of self-discovery, responsibility and commitment. It celebrates your personal achievements and brings forth your hidden capabilities and talents. It equips and empowers you to achieve your personal best! set goals, assess risks, learn important life skills and make a real difference to society through your positive contribution and involvement. Not to mention, increase your career opportunities and strengths.

If you are a young person with a disability aged between 14 – 24, interested in participating in the Award, or would like to know more, please contact Mags: mags@yesdisability.org.nz

Please visit What is the Award?, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award (dofehillary.org.nz) for more info.


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