On the 20th-21st of November, Te Rau Matatini attended the second National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Conference.
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After the 2nd National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Conference, on the 22nd-23nd of November, Te Rau Matatini participated in the 2nd World Indigenous Suicide Prevention Conference. Ag
In 2015, Te Rau Matatini hosted the Seventh Healing Our Spirit Worldwide (HOSW) gathering.
In early December, He Ara Oranga: Report of the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction was released. Like many others across Aotearoa, Te Rau Matatini were eager to read the report’s recommendations and
Māori are a youthful population.
The last 12 months have been a time of great change and growth for the Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri-Pimatisiwin, which is published by Te Rau Matatini. In 2018, the Journal team went through staff changes and worked to update our
Te Rau Matatini staff are located throughout the country. We have two offices, one in Wellington and one in Kirikiriroa (Hamilton), and have additional staff located around the country. During 2018, our staff have had the pleasure of meeting and connecting with you through Te Rau Matatini event
In July of this year, Te Rau Matatini launched the Māori Health Workforce survey Te Iti Me Te Rahi: Everyone Counts. Over the last four months, Māori working in health all over the country have completed the survey providing never-before-collected insights about this important and growi
Bob Henare (Ngā Puhi, Ngāti Hine) made extensive contributions to the New Zealand health sector. His contributions included being a Commissioner for the Mental Health Commission, a chairman of the Capital and Coast District Health Board, forging partnerships between the health sector and communi
Ana Sokratov was a well-respected and much-loved member of Te Rau Matatini’s Board of Trustees. Ana worked tirelessly as a consumer consultant and advocated strongly for culturally appropriate mental health and addiction services as well as increasing the Māori health workforce.
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