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Re-engaging with Te Tiriti o Waitangi Workshop

  • 19 Mar 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Building 15, Cornwall Complex, Greenlane Clinical Centre
  • 3


Morning, afternoon tea and lunch provided

Parking On site hospital parking (run by Wilson’s Parking) or patrolled 2hours free on-street parking.

Unlimited free parking is available Golf Road and on streets to the west of Manukau Road (10min walk)

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Re-engaging with Te Tiriti O Waitangi workshop

Tuesday 19 March 2019

9am - 4pm

Tamaki Makaurau Room, Auckland Regional Public Health Service, Greenlane Clinical Centre, Auckland

Workshop includes

  • Tiriti revision to ensure a shared base-line understanding.
  • A practical working bee focussed on Tiriti application.
  • How to work with te Tiriti in a way that is mana-enhancing.
  • Explore the importance of relationships
  • Share ideas around working with kāwanatanga, tino rangatiratanga, ōritetanga and wairuatanga.

Click here for more information about the workshop 

Authors and Facilitators

Dr Heather Came-Friar is a seventh generation Pākehā New Zealander who grew up on Ngātiwai land.

She has worked for nearly 25 years in health promotion, public health and/or Māori health and has a long involvement in social justice activism. Heather is a founding member and co-chair of STIR: Stop Institutional Racism, a fellow of the Health Promotion Forum, longstanding member of Public Health Association and an active member of Tāmaki Tiriti Workers. She currently embraces life as an activist scholar.

She is lead author of Te Tiriti-based practice in health promotion (2017) and has led shadow reports to various United Nations human rights committees around institutional racism. She is a Senior Lecturer based in the Taupua Waiora Māori Health Research Centre within Auckland University of Technology

Dr Nicole Coupe has iwi connections to Kai Tahu, Te Atiawa, Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Rangitane, Ngāti Raukawa.

Her PhD was in Whakamomori: Māori suicide prevention and she has an extensive background in public health and management both within Crown agencies and Māori providers. She is an experienced kaupapa epidemiologist, a longstanding member of the Public Health Association and a founding member of STIR.

She is a co-author of Te Tiriti-based practice in health promotion (2017). Nik is currently Chief Executive Officer for Kirikiriroa Family Start.

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