What we do
Why we do what we do, what we aim to achieve, what we aspire to in terms of how we work with clients, the importance of volunteering to the CAB, and our visual identity.
About our brand
CAB's visual identity, manaia, logo, typeface, Maori name, and positioning line.
Treaty of Waitangi and Mauri Manaia
We have adopted Mauri Manaia as our kaupapa (set of principles) which forms the foundation of the CAB commitment to:
Acknowledging Māori as tangata whenua
Read the latest news and media releases from CABNZ
The structure of the CAB at the local, regional, and national levels.
The birth of the CAB in the UK, the origins of the CAB in Aotearoa New Zealand, and the development of our unique NZ CAB service in a changing world.
The organisations which support the work of Citizens Advice Bureau New Zealand (CABNZ) through funding or in other ways.
Organisations which contribute financial support to the work of Citizens Advice Bureau New Zealand.
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