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Guest Lecture: Tric Malcolm and Steve Flude - A conversation with Wellington Soup Kitchen and Wellington City Mission

Page updated Oct 22, 2015

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Presentation material for Rev Tric Malcolm and Steve Flude's lecture presented at the Treasury on 29 September 2015.

What is the seminar about

A team from Treasury recently spent some time with the Wellington Soup Kitchen and Wellington City Mission where we gained insight about what they do and the people they engage with everyday. We found this experience so valuable that we have invited Steve Flude and Tric Malcolm to come and share a bit of their world in this wider forum. What does the journey of someone who accesses their services look like? Where does it intersect with policy? What could solutions look like? What solutions are we already engaged in? How can you be a part of creating solutions? Come and explore questions like this and many more as we dig into the insights from the Te Mahana – Wellington City strategy around homelessness, the multi agency homeless street outreach team, and the stories for those who access these social services from right across the greater Wellington region.

About Rev Tric Malcolm

Rev Tric Malcolm, has been the Wellington City Missioner since March 2014 and an Anglican priest for 14 years. As part of the team at the Wellington City Mission Tric's role is: to ensure the core values of the Mission are well integrated into practice, to network with the Anglican Church (of which the City Mission is a part) across the country, and to work alongside other social service agencies and community groups to find sustainable positive solutions for those are most in need in our region.

About Steve Flude

Steve Flude is the Manager of the Soup Kitchen and has been the coordinator of Wellington Street Outreach Team since December 2014. Steve has 20+ years' experience working with vulnerable communities in the UK and New Zealand. For the last three years Steve has been a member of a team that has developed Te Mahana, a strategy to end homelessness in Wellington by 2020.

Note: Papers, presentation slides and any other material provided by the Guest Lecturer will be made available some time after the lecture at Publications > Media & Speeches > Guest Lectures by Visiting Academics.