All Right? Communications: Articles

Articles written about All Right?

Last updated
3:54pm 1st August 2018
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Collection
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Contains 5 items


All Right? Communications: Article 1
All Right? Communications: Article 1
A PDF of an article written by Dr Lucy D'Aeth (CDHB) titled "All Right? The question that starts a conversation about wellbeing". D'Aeth discusses the All Right? campaign in the context of research into peoples wellbeing following the Canterbury earthquake. The article was intended as a 'Perspectives Piece' in April 2013.
All Right? Communications: Article - Greater Christchurch Recovery Update
All Right? Communications: Article - Greater Christchurch Recovery Update
A PDF copy of an article written by All Right? that featured in CERA's Greater Christchurch Recovery Update - Issue 29 (February 2014). The article is titled "Award-winning Canterbury campaign attracts international attention" and discusses the attention All Right? has received from Huffington Post, Australian Red Cross and the United Nations.
All Right? Communications: Article 2
All Right? Communications: Article 2
A PDF copy of an article written All Right? that features Sandy Turner - "educator, clown doctor, and road cone wearing cyclist". In the article, Turner reflects on the All Right? campaign as a source of acceptance, inspiration and enjoyment. The article appears on the website for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.
All Right? Communications: Article - Family Time
All Right? Communications: Article - Family Time
A PDF copy of an article written by All Right? for Family Times. The article is titled "Parenting's post-quake pressures" and featured in the Autumn 2014 edition of Family Times.
All Right? Communications: Article 3
All Right? Communications: Article 3
A PDF copy of an article written by Dr Lucy D'Aeth (All Right?) in October 2015. The article discusses the All Right? campaign, and specifically the #thattimeyouhelped joint campaign with SCAPE Public Art, which ran in late 2015 during the SCAPE8 festival.