Rodney Inclusive Communities Inc.
Kia ora. Welcome to our website.
RICI is a community-based organisation in the Rodney District, north of Auckland, NZ.
Ko te RICI te whakahaere hapori hou kei Mahurangi ki Kaipara, kei Aotearoa.
We promote inclusion & accessibility, celebrate diversity, and support the wellbeing of disabled people and their families.
E whakatairanga ana mātou i te whakaurunga me te āheinga, te nuinga i te rerekētanga, me te tautoko i te oranga o ngā hauā me ō rātou whānau.
Rodney Inclusive Communities Inc. is a registered charity (CC59224) based in Warkworth, New Zealand / Ko RICI he umanga aroha rehiatia kei Warkworth, kei Aotearoa:
We are committed to generating an awareness of accessibility and inclusion, with a focus on the inclusion of people with disabilities; and their families where applicable / E pono ana mātou ki te whakaputa i te māramatanga ki te āheitanga me te kotahitanga, ā ka aroanga mātou ki te āheitanga i te hunga hauā; me ō rātou whānau i te wā e tika ana
Inclusion is a learning process for everyone, including for the organization itself / Ko te nuinga o te kotahinga he kaupapa mō nga tāngata katoa, inarā te kaiwhakahaere hoki
We want to partner with groups across all sectors to maximize learning and impact / Mā te hononga i ngā ropu o ngā rohe katoa, o ngā kaupapa katoa, ka whakanui te akonga me te whakaaweawe o te kaupapa nei
We welcome other local and national community-building groups around NZ to partner with us as we focus on proactively initiating inclusion and access for all / Nau mai nga ropu e hangaia i roto i nga hapori whānui o Aotearoa, me mahitahi tātou i nga kaupapa o te kotahitanga me te āheitanga
We hope you find our website helpful and informative. We welcome any feedback on the accessibility of our website and we will strive to improve this, as we can.
WHAT IS INCLUSION?
Social inclusion is the act of enabling all groups of people within a society to have a sense of belonging, and to be able to participate in community life. It is based on fundamental values of equity, equality, social justice, and human rights, as well as on the principles of acceptance and embracing diversity.
Ko te kotahitanga te mahi tahi o nga tāngata katoa i roto i tētahi pāpori, e whakawhanaungatanga ana tātou, e whakaurunga i ngā mahi katoa o te hapori. Ko ēnei ngā kaupaua whakapū; te tōkeke, te mana taurite, te tiaki tika, te mana tika, me ngā mātāpono o te whakaaetanga me te rerekētanga.