Korero: Our News
In November, the Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri – Pimatisiwin will be releasing a special issue to coincide with Healing Our Spirit Worldwide – the Eighth Gathering. The Journal of Indigenous Wellbei
Early this year Dr Kahu McClintock (Pouwhakahaere Rangahau), Terry Huriwai (Kaiwhakahaere: Te Hau Mārire), and Rachel McClintock (kairangahau) of Te Rau Matatini were invited by Dr Masood Zangeneh and Dr David Danto from the University of Guelph-Humber t
From the 14th – 16th of February, Te Rau Matatini had the privilege of having our organisation noho at Parihaka. This noho was an opportunity for all staff to come together for whakawhanaungatanga, strategic planning, and to learn about the history of Parihaka.
From the 21st to the 23rd of February, Maria Baker (CEO, Te Rau Matatini), attended the 2nd National Indigenous Mental Health & Wellbeing Forum in Perth, Australia.
As part of Waka Hourua (Māori and Pasifika Suicide Prevention), Te Rau Matatini is developing and will soon partner with communities to pilot a programme that seeks to connect with 1000 Māori whānau. This programme is part of
Starting in March, Te Rau Matatini invite kaimahi Māori working with whānau Māori in the mental health and addiction areas to share your workforce needs and aspirations through Hui Matawara.
From the 26th – 27th of February, Te Rau Matatini attended the Global Indigenous Suicide Prevention Mental Health & Wellbeing Research Symposium in Pōneke (Wellington), which was a part of t
In December of this year, the second 2018 special edition of the Journal of indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri – Pimatisiwin centered around digital and data sovereignty for Indigenous people will be released. The Editorial Team of the Journal st
As we head toward the 6th of February 2018, Te Rau Matatini kaumatua Witi Ashby provides a reflection on the importance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi: