We discovered these websites and resources when creating this project, and we wanted to share them with you too. We hope you find them useful as you explore the concept of humanity and ways to make Aotearoa a better place for everyone. Please help us grow this list – share new ideas with us here.

50 people, One Question

Fifty People, One Question is a simple project with surprising results. We go to a place, ask fifty people the same question and film their responses – Visit Website


E Tū Whānau

An inspiring kaupapa Māori movement supporting positive change. E Tū Whānau celebrates whānau throughout Aotearoa as they build and create healthy, positive lives together – Visit Website


Humans of New York

A photography project that now shares stories from over 20 countries around the world – Visit Website


Love Has No Labels

Before anything else, we’re all human. It’s time to embrace diversity and help end bias. Spread the word. #LoveHasNoLabels – Visit Website


Five Ways to Wellbeing

NEF conducted a review of the most up-to-date evidence and found that building five actions into our day to day lives is important for the wellbeing of individuals, families, communities and organisations – Visit Website


Neighbours Day Aotearoa

Join in NZ’s biggest celebration of neighbourliness on 222-31 March 2019. Taking place on your street, nationwide – Visit Website


Inter-generational Learning Center

Seattle Preschool in a Nursing Home ‘Transforms’ Elderly Residents – Visit Website


The Mask You Live In

The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity – Visit Website


Happy (the Documentary)

Does money make you HAPPY? Kids and family? Your work? Do you live in a world that values and promotes happiness and well-being? Are we in the midst of a happiness revolution? Learn more about this documentary/project – Visit Website


The Compliments Project

Each student in class takes a turn being in the “hot seat.” While the hot seat student sits, facing away from the board, his classmates take turns writing positive statements about him on the board behind him. When they are all finished, the hot seat student stands and reads what has been written about him – Visit Website


How To Be ‘Good Help’

We know that New Zealanders DO want to help. We also know that people want to be helped and want others to know what is going on. What’s important is HOW we approach people who are living with violence – Visit Website


White Ribbon

We all want to have respectful relationships. Download information from the White Ribbon Toolbox for handy hints – Visit Website


Glen Eden Stories

Sharing stories, building connections, creating communities – Visit Website


Humans of South Auckland

South Auckland stories which promote pride and hope – Visit Website


Random Acts of Kindness

Everything you need to know about kindness – Visit Website


The Line

This website talks about relationships, gender, sex, bystander action, technology and communication ; how to keep it healthy and respectful, and avoid crossing the line.  For 12 – 20 years olds – Visit Website



Kupu provides a new way to experience Te Reo Māori. It’s really easy to use – just take a photo of an everyday object (or upload your own) and see it translated in real time.  Download from ITunes or Google Play


That’s Us

That’s Us is New Zealand’s first anti-racism campaign that asks Kiwis to start sharing our own personal stories about racism, intolerance and hatred as well as our hopes for the future – Visit Website


Tiny Adventures

Children learn through play, it’s great for your relationship and fun!  Start with 10 minutes a day. The Tiny Adventures app has lots of simple, fun, ideas.  It only takes a minute to make a memory – Visit Website

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