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Rangahau Workshop One: Kaupapa Māori Theory

Updated: Sep 27, 2022


We are thrilled to launch the Kaupapa Rangahau Workshop Series in September 2022.


PLEASE NOTE: WORKSHOP ONE IS NOW FULL. IF YOU HAVE MISSED OUT, YOU CAN REGISTER FOR THE WAITLIST BY EMAILING kiaora@tekahuirau.nz


Workshop One will be held on Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th September.


Please note that due to the public holiday on Monday 26th September to commemorate the Queen's passing, the workshop dates have shifted to the above.


Please note:

In order to keep everyone safe and healthy, we ask all delegates to do a RAT test at the Registration Desk before they enter the workshop. Please arrive early so we can process the tests and all start on time.

The Registration Desk opens at 8am, tea and coffee available on arrival.


Koha:

We have had so much interest in the workshops and with the generosity of presenters and a venue change, we have been able to offer 50 spaces. The 2-day workshops also include bonus Kaupapa Māori resources and a reader. We wish to make our events accessible to everyone within our community but would appreciate a koha if you are able.


Kaupapa Māori Theory and Analysis Agenda

Venue: The Plymouth International


September 27th: Day One

Wānanga Facilitator: Leonie Pihama

9.00am Mihimihi/Whakawhanaungatanga - Photo exercise /Kapu Tī/

10am › 11.30am The Evolution of Kaupapa Māori

Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith

11.30 – 12.30 pm Kaupapa Māori as a Decolonising Framework

Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith

12.30pm › 1 pm Kai

1 – 2pm New Formations of Colonistion

Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith

2- 3pm Kaupapa Māori Analysis of Determinants

Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith

3- 3.30 Reflections on the day/Pātai Karakia whakamutunga

3.30 Karakia whakamutunga


September 28th: Day 2

9.00am › 9.15 am karakia/ Mihimihi 9.15- 10am Kaupapa Māori: Workshop Activities

Professor Leonie Pihama

10 – 10.30 am Kapu tī

10.30am – 12.30 pm Kaupapa Māori Principles & The place of Theory

Professor Leonie Pihama

12.30-1pm Kai

1- 2pm Kaupapa Māori and Application in Social Services

Ngaropi Raumati

2- 3 pm Kaupapa Māori as Analysis

3 -3.30 Reflections on the day/Pātai

3. 30pm Karakia whakamutunga


For more information or to register, please email: kiaora@tekahuirau.nz

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