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A Mātauranga Māori approach to physical activity while living in isolation, This Toi Ako Webinar is hosted by Atua Matua expert Dr Ihirangi Heke. This webinar coalesce three decades of working in the outdoor environment into contemporary examples of surviving the recently imposed isolation. Dr...

MEGAN TUNKS: Rerekē But Necessary Rerekē is a word that comes to mind to describe the situation that we all find ourselves in. Social distancing and isolation, not something that goes hand in hand with our collective whānau values and principles. Heoi anō, for the...

Cultural inclusion in NZ Rugby: Applying tikanga and mātauranga Māori in a sporting context A case study of tikanga and mātauranga Māori applied in a sporting context: the Bay of Plenty Steamers. As part of his PhD research, Dr Hapeta undertook research on cultural inclusion...

We have a limited number of scholarships available for the conference registration fee. 4 rangatahi scholarships and 3 kaimahi scholarships, sponsored by the Health Promotion Agency. Criteria:1. Actively working or studying kai, wai, kori tinana in this kaupapa/space2. Unwaged, charitable trust, student Successful applicants will be expected to provide...

Ko Kahurānaki, ko Moumoukai, ko Tarawera me Tūwatawata ngā Maunga WhakahīKo Ngaruroro, ko Nūhaka, ko Te Puarenga me Whirinaki ngā Awa KoioraKo Houngarea, ko Manutai, ko Te Paakira me Murumurunga ngā MaraeKo Ngāti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga, Ngāti Rākaipaaka, Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao me Ngāti Whare ngā...

Pania Newton ( Ngapuhi, Te Rarawa, Waikato, Ngati Mahuta) holds a Conjoint Degree in Law and Health Sciences and is currently working towards completing her Bachelors Degree in Tikanga Maori and Social Sciences for Public Health. Pania also holds a number of qualifications from Te...

Matua Rereata Makiha (Ngāti Whakaheke, Te Aupōuri, Te Arawa) was born and raised in the Hokianga, where he attended Northland College. He studied Social Sciences at Victoria University Wellington and Māori Business at the University of Auckland, where he was awarded the Dean’s Prize. Rereata is...

Over the past ten years Zack has progressed from running small whānau wānanga to developing rangatahi wānanga involving 200 plus people. This has resulted in the establishment of Te Taitimu Trust. The Trust is now a nationwide leader in rangatahi leadership and development, and multi-sectoral collaboration....

Te Whai Oranga - well being pathways Kerrie has worked within the health, fitness and physical activity area for over 30 years. Primarily enabling whānau to achieve oranga outcomes.Kerrie has a background in body-building, swimming, running, multi-sport and waka ama.Her and her husband, Johnnie,...