On a day when there was more pronounced collective doubt and despair around us about world leadership (due to the US election results), it was really nice to hear about someone else’s perspective on a different kind of leadershipRead More
These are the spheres of culture that we usually engage with and have been thinking about here at Curative.Read More
A day at Curative might feel ordinary, but it’s the little things that create an extraordinary environment.Read More
I was out. I promised myself I wouldn’t talk about this anymore. No more conversations, no more arguments.Read More
Given that New Zealand was the first country in the world to see women obtain the right to vote all the way back in 1893, it’s hard to believe that we’re STILL having a conversation about equality.Read More
It’s been a year of firsts for me at Curative, and the DSI Symposium was no exception.
It’s pretty amazing how much information can get squished into your brain in such a short period of time. For the sake of brevity here are three key themes that grabbed me and actually they are said best by some of those who spoke at the symposium…Read More
The work we do with communities and the challenges we tackle everyday require a broad view, sensitivity, a sense of connection to each and everyone we work with and clarity.Read More
It's been a very interesting past few weeks around the world and here in Aotearoa. Recent events compelling the #BlackLivesMatter community in the US to exclaim what's no longer acceptable, to clamour for an overhaul of a reality they've quietly accepted till now...Read More
Our awesome community have helped us to capture and curate a list of Social Design Agencies - we’d love to meet as many people on this list as we can while we’re in the US and Canada later this year.
We hope that by connecting, we can share what we’ve learnt, and learn a little more ourselves so that we can continue to strengthen the social design landscape together.Read More
When offered the opportunity to work with Curative, It was put in such a way that there simply was no going back… I was told: “you can come home now”.
Since meeting this new family I have literally pounced out of bed, eager to engage in the wonderfully meaningful conversations I’ll be part of that day.Read More