KIA KOTAHI PARTNERSHIP IN DESIGN: We use the principles-based Partnership in Design framework to ensure that people and their whānau are at the centre of designing equitable health services in a genuine and purposeful partnership.

  • Everyone who sits at our table is a partner. Partners include clinical leaders, people who use health services (consumers), people from the broader NGO sector, and other government agencies including the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and the Department of Corrections.
  • Our partners bring a perspective, they don’t represent the organisations they work for.
  • We share information and data.
  • We have honest and open conversations and make decisions together.
  • Accountability for decisions is collective – we all win or we all lose.
  • We work on the understanding that if it’s the right thing to do for the people, funding will follow.
  • Charter of principles

    Outlines the key principles and rules of engagement our members sign up to.

  • Strategic Focus

    Outlines CCN's strategic focus and direction over a 5-year period.

  • Kia Kotahi Partnership in Design

    Our six-step, values-based codesign framework.