Treaty Conscious – a PLD Opportunity With a Difference
Mana Tamariki Presents ...
A unique opportunity with a Te Tiriti o Waitangi focus.
Nau mai, Haere mai!
Six amazing keynote presentations from ...
Glenis Philip-Barbara 'Making a Silk Purse'
Just recently Glenis' team successfully delivered Tuia 250 ki Tūranga, a twelve month programme that culminated in the National Commemorations Launch 5–9 October 2019 in Tūranga/Gisborne.
Teanau Tuiono 'The Role of Māori Activism in Shaping Māori Society'
Teanau has over 20 years’ experience as an activist, advocate, and organiser at local, national, and international levels on social justice and environmental issues.
Megan Bevan-Brown 'The Easiest Decision of My Life'
Megan reflects on her personal life experiences, being a non-Māori interacting in Māori language learning environments.
Ngatai Taepa 'Creating a Māori Space Within Mainstream'
Ngatai will talk aobut his recent experience with establishing a new marae on Massey University's Pukeahu Campus as both an Iwi representative and employee during a time when the University declared itself to be Treaty led.
Professor Meihana Durie 'Plenary'
Meihana will draw together key ideas put forward by previous speakers as a lead into the synopsis and introduction of the musical drama performance by senior students of Mana Tamariki.
Te Wharekura o Mana Tamariki (Senior students) 'Te Wehenga – The Separation'
This performance is a retelling of the separation of Papa-tū-ā-nuku and Ranginui, part of the Māori creation story. The theatrical presentation is offered as an example of what can be achieved by Māori students when they enjoy educational success as Māori.
Saturday 1 February 2020.
Price: $115 (GST incl) early bird registration on or before 14 December 2019
Price after 14 December 2019 $145 (GST incl)
The Globe Theatre, Palmerston North
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