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Programme

Programme for the Toi Tangata Hui ā Tau 2020

*Toi Tangata reserves the right to change the programme at any time.

Tuesday 25 February

2.00pm     Powhiri

2.45pm      Kai and registration

3.15pm      Welcome Address | Tiahuia Ropitini (Master of ceremonies)
Setting the scene for the kaupapa Pātaka Oranga | Megan Tunks

3.45pm      Toi Tere | Facilitated by Darrio Penetito-Hemara of Toi Tangata

Wāhanga Tuatahi | Session One

4.00pm      Keynote Speaker One | Zack Makoare

Te Taitimu Trust | Changing the tide for Rangatahi through Tangaroa and Papatuanuku

5.15pm      Outdoor activity| AKA – Justin Gush

Te Whare Tu Tauā o Aotearoa – Koianake Sharples

6.30pm      Kai o te pō | Dinner

Wāhanga Tuarua | Session Two

7.30pm      Keynote Speaker Two | He Kura Taiao – Rereata Makiha

9.15pm      Wā whakatā

Wednesday 26 February

6.00am      Karakia

7.00am      Parakuihi | Breakfast (Marae attendee)

8.45am      Welcome address | Tiahuia Ropitini (Master of ceremonies)

Wāhanga Tuatoru | Session Three

9.00am      Keynote Speaker Three | Hauora Māori sovereignty in the three pillars of health: e kai, e moe, e kori tinana – Dr Geoff Kira

9.5oam     Ngā Kaupapa Kōrero / He Tangata anō te Taiao | Megan Tunks

10.30am    Paramanawa | Morning Tea

10.45am    Workshops | Round One (1 hour)
1 | (Room 1) Growing the Puna | Tyla Goodsell – Health Promotion priorities for Māori Sports Organisations (30 min)

(Room 1) Growing the Puna | Aotea Frandi – Tuakana/Teina approaches to digital literacy and inclusion in the health workforce (30 min)

2 |(Room 2) Growing the Puna | Tereana Ihakara – Te Reo Māori and its role in physical activity and nutrition (30 min)

(Room 2) Growing the Puna | Te Rua Munro – Applying Atua Matua in everyday settings (30 min)

11.45am      Keynote Speaker Four | Te Whai Oranga:  Wellbeing Pathways – Johnnie Freeland & Kerrie Blackmoore Freeland

12.45pm     Kai o te ranui | Lunch

Wāhanga Tuawha | Session Four

1.30pm       Workshops | Round Two (1 hour)
1 | (Room 1) Navigating Nutritional Advice – Erina Korohina (30 min)

(Room 1) Pūrakau for a healthy environment | Matt O’Dowda – Kimi Ora School (30 min)

2 | (Room 2) Maramataka – Healthy Families Rotorua (30 min)

(Room 2) Maramataka – Healthy Families South Auckland (30 min)

3 | (Room 3) Indigenous Solutions – Increasing Physical Activity | Exercising Hauora:  HRC Doctoral Research – Emerald Muriwai

(Room 3) Indigenous Solutions – Increasing Physical Activity |McGill University, Kahnawa:ke Schools Diabetes Prevention Project – Hariata Tai Rakena

2.30pm      Paramanawa | Afternoon Tea

3 – 5pm      Outdoor Workshops | Round Three (2 hours)
1 | Star Compass – Bikes
2 | Waka Ama
3 | Puna Kaukau 

6.00pm     Kai o te pō | Dinner (Marae attendees)

Wā whakatā, Wā whakawhanaungatanga

Thursday 27 February

6.00am     Karakia

6.45am      Shower / Pack bags into cars

7.00am      Parakuihi | Breakfast

7.45am       Closing Poroporoake | Pukemokimoki Marae

(Depart for conference centre)

Wāhanga Tuarima | Session Five

8.45am      Welcome address | Tiahuia Ropitini (Master of ceremonies)

9.00am      Panel Korero | Oranga Kai, Oranga Taiao, Oranga Tangata – (Donna Takitimu, Mason Ngawhika, Jean Te Huia, Chris Huriwai, Ana Apatu)

10.40am    Paramanawa | Morning Tea

11.00am    Workshops | Round Four (1 hour)
1 | (Room 1) Future directions for kori tinana as a vehicle for Maori development:  Whakaaro tahi
2 |(Room 2) Māori co-design | Healthy Families Waitakere – Vikki Ham (30 min)

(Room 2) HPA Kai Resource | Toi Tangata (30 min)

12.15pm     Kai o te ranui | Lunch

Wāhanga Tuaono | Session Six

1.00pm      Keynote Speaker Four | Levi Armstrong – Patu Aotearoa

Patu and the Meke Meter – capturing perceptions of well-being

1.45pm      Mihimihi tikanga whakamutunga Porporoaki

Sum up of key themes and discussion of calls to action (rapporteur sum up followed by round table feedback and open floor korero)

*Toi Tangata reserves the right to change the programme at any time.