Kia hiwa ra, kia hiwa ra!
Ngā Pou Mana are excited to let you know the Hui-Ā-Tau for 2018 is now open for registrations!
Critical conversations: Reclaiming Ngā Taonga Tuku Iho to lead innovation and solutions for the future
FREE to NPM members.
Commencing Sunday the 11thof November, 2.00pm powhiri at the Marae.
Finishing 8.30am Tuesday 13thof November
10 Burleigh St, Grafton, Auckland 1023
Tatai Hono Marae of Te Mihana Maori o Tamaki Makaurau (The Auckland Anglican Maori Mission).
We will travel by bus (provided) to the 8th Biennial International Indigenous Ngā Pae o te Maramatanga Research Conference, Pre-Conference Workshops: http://www.indigenousresearchconference.ac.nz/critical-conversations-maori-allied-health-workforce
Location: AUT City Campus - Level 2 Entrance 55 Wellesley Street East, Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa
You do not need to register for this on the Ngā Pae o te Maramatanga website as we will register on your behalf. We have 40 places available for NPM members.
Monday evening, we return back to the Marae by bus to hear from our final speakers, have activities and wrap up at 9pm that evening.
8.00am: Karakia Whakamutunga/Poroporoaki
9.00am: Hoki ki te kainga
Guest Speakers/Presenters & Topics:
Rereata Makiha & Rikki Solomon - Ngā kitenga o te maramataka
Naomi Manu - Puhoro STEM academy – He Waka Eke Noa
Te Tihi o Ruahine – Collective Impact and whānau aspirations
Dayle Takitimu – Topic TBC
Critical Conversations from the frontline: Panel presentation – Georgina Davis, Isla Whittington, Jennings George-Toteka, Hinenui Wano-Bryant
Plus more to be confirmed!
Further bio information and abstracts will be provided soon.
The “Ngā Taonga Mātauranga o Ngā Pou Mana Awards” will be presented at the Hui-Ā-Tau dinner on Monday the 12thof November.
8th Biennial International Indigenous Ngā Pae o te Maramatanga Research Conference:
To any members that are wanting to attend the full conference from the 13-16 of November (the cost of this conference is not covered by Ngā Pou Mana). You are welcome to stay on at Tatai Hono Marae free of charge with the Ngā Pou Mana leadership group. Kai and accommodation would be covered. See link for further details about the conference: http://www.indigenousresearchconference.ac.nz
Frequently asked questions:
Do I have to pay?
No, but you will have to fund your travel to and from the hui.
Can I come along if I am non-Māori?
In the past, NPM have fully supported attendance of non-Māori, however NPM are now getting very busy with lots of people interested in attending hui. Our funding that we receive is to support Māori workforce development,so to ensure we are delivering on that outcome, this hui is for Māori only. NPM will open up other hui to non-māori at some point in time, but we hope that you can appreciate and respect that we must get the foundations of the whare right first.
What if I’m a student?
Choice! Come along, we love having students involved. In fact, you bring a great fresh dynamic to the picture.
What if I cannot speak Māori?
Don’t sweat it. We are all at different levels on our journey of learning, and that is kei te pai! No one gets to decide if you are “Māori enough”, whakapapa is whakapapa.
What do I need to bring?
Sleeping bag or blanket
Ear plugs (if you cannot handle forests being cut down in the middle of the night) LOL
An open mind and heart
What time do I have to get there?
Please try to make sure you arrive 15 minutes before the 2pm powhiri. If you are unable to attend the powhiri for any reason, please get in touch so we can ensure you can be safely welcomed on to the Marae.
How do I register?
Click on the "Event Calendar" tab and select Hui-A-Tau 2018 to register.
We look forward to having another awesome Hui with our members and hope you can make it. Please spread the pānui amongst your networks.
Once registered you will receive more information. If you have questions, please email us at email@example.com
NPM Organising Committee
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