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RFP for Nōku te Ao Like Minds: Media Monitoring, Management of Media Grants and Social Media Monitoring
On Tuesay 21 March 2023 Health Promotion, Te Whatu Ora released an RFP for Nōku te Ao Like Minds: Media Monitoring, Management of Media Grants and Social Media Monitoring. It has been posted on the GETS website, reference 27121137, or click here to be taken to GETS. You will need to log into GETS as a supplier to subscribe to the notice to access the RFP, supporting information and any questions/answers.
We are seeking a Kaupapa Māori partner to conduct media monitoring, manage media grants and moderate social media accounts for Nōku te Ao Like Minds. This mahi requires kaupapa Māori, lived experience and media expertise, and we recommend that suppliers collaborate with other organisations to collectively hold this experience if required.
Nōku te Ao Like Minds works to increase social inclusion and reduce prejudice and discrimination for people with lived experience of severe mental distress, prioritising those who are most affected by mental distress and who often experience multiple forms of discrimination. Our vision is for all people to uphold the mana and human rights of people with experience of mental distress. You can find more information about the programme at www.nokuteao.org.nz.
We wish to engage an organisation that will weave together kaupapa Māori principles and lived experience wisdoms to support journalists and media organisations to change the way we collectively think, talk about and report on mental health and addiction. We are seeking an organisation to:
- Monitor media publications (including by Māori and Pacific media)
- Create and promote guidelines to enable strengths-based, evidence-informed mental health and addiction reporting
- Shine a spotlight on exemplary mental health reporting
- Manage grants that enable lived experience communities to tell their own stories
- Monitor engagement on Nōku te Ao social media channels.
We will select a provider who can strategically influence conversations across Aotearoa New Zealand to increase social inclusion and reduce prejudice and discrimination for people with lived experience of severe mental distress.
The RFP closes on Monday 17 April 2023 and we anticipate that the contract will commence mid-June.
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Following is a list of all Te Hiringa Hauora managed social media accounts. If you have any questions about these please email us.
- Department of Lost Nights
- Don’t Know? Don’t Drink
- Like Minds Like Mine
- Say Yeah, Nah
- Small Steps
- Smokefree Future
- The Lowdown
- Whanau Parenting Tips
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