Toi Ako Webinar

South Auckland has the largest Māori population in the world. Imagine if Māori: -Mobilised a collective voice for change -Lead discussions at decision making tables, at all levels across the system Pioneered indigenous leadership for social change, locally, nationally and globally In this presentation Mason Ngawhika, Nikki Timu and...

In this hour long webinar, Dr Ihirangi Heke delivers a brief introduction to systems dynamics and whakapapa crossover. He shares his whakaaro and insights into maramataka and tohungatanga as a means for modelling whakapapa concepts. About Dr Ihirangi Heke Māori health & physical activity consultant Dr Justin Ihirangi...

In this panel webinar, the team looks at the development and exploration of the Ol@ Or@ mobile health tool. Join them as they share the lessons learned and their application within this research project and extend our collective understanding of the contribution that mātauranga Māori...

Does a weight focused approach align with the Māori view of health? Dr Isaac Warbrick shares his whakaaro and insights on obesity and weightism, honing in on whether ‘weight’ and ‘weight loss’ are appropriate ‘health’ measures for Māori. Because of the association between body weight and many...

Professor Cliona Ni Mhurchu. Do nutrition labels help us to choose healthier foods? What difference do the new Health Star Rating labels make to food choices? Callie Corrigan from Toi Tangata interviews Professor Cliona Ni Mhurchu from the University of Auckland on the results of the...