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Toi Tangata Hui ā Tau

You may already recognise Hana Tapiata, who is a lifestyle blogger living by indigenous philosophies and mātauranga Māori, based in Te Waiariki, Bay of Plenty. He raukura tēnei o te Kōhanga Reo me te Kura Kaupapa Māori, he uri nō Te Arawa, Horouta me Mataatua waka....

Chanel Phillips (Ngāti Hine, Ngāpuhi) is a current Research Fellow for Te Koronga Indigenous Science Research Theme at the University of Otago. She has recently submitted her doctoral thesis at the School of Physical Education Sport and Exercise Sciences at the University of Otago. Her thesis...

Chelsea is currently in her second year of her PhD at the School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences at the University of Otago. She is exploring ways to reconnect whānau to whakapapa in Ngāti Kahungunu. The first, through physical engagement; walking, paddling, swimming...

  Lee Timutimu is the CEO and founder of Arataki Systems Limited. He is incredibly passionate about Māori storytelling and the importance it holds for our future generations in terms of the transfer of knowledge, the continuation of our narratives, and the retention and maintenance of...

Moe Milne (Ngāti Hine, Ngāpuhi) is a puna of knowledge and has a wealth of experience having been involved in addressing mental health issues in the Māori community in her roles as a psychopaedic nurse and as a general and psychiatric nurse for over 40...

We are excited to announce that Joby Hopa, AKA Matua Joby, will be the MC for the Toi Tangata Hui ā Tau 2019. Joby is passionate about whanau, teaching, and Māori culture. He teaches kapa haka, te reo o te kainga, me ōna nei tikanga...

Dr Ihirangi Heke (Waikato/Tainui) is a Māori health and physical education consultant involved in a number of national and international projects aimed at improving health through increasing physical activity, especially to address youth obesity. Dr Heke is funded by the Ministry of Health, the Ministry...