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.
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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:
Three Health Workforce New Zealand Scholarships, funded by the Ministry of Health and administered by Te Rau Matatini are open. These scholarships are open to Māori and non-Māori studying and working in health.
From January to June 2018, Te Rau Matatini is delivering eight Te Ihi Ora wānanga. These free wānanga promote oranga Māori and protective factors to prevent suicide. Te Ihi Ora wānanga are informed by and guided by mātauranga Māori, as well as kaumātua and kuia kōrero. Facilitated by Ronald Ba
During February, Te Rau Matatini will be meeting with indigenous leaders to talk about Indigenous health, wellbeing, research and outcome measurements. Two events are occurring which will facilitate these meaningful conversations. Firstly, Maria Baker (Te Rau Matatini CEO) will be speaking at t
The Journal of indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri – Pimatisiwin Editorial Team is pleased to announce that the journal is currently inviting submissions for upcoming 2018 issues. The first issue of the year will be released in April/May, followed by two more special issues.
Healing Our Sport Worldwide – The Eighth Gathering will be taking place from the 26th-29th of November 2018 in Sydney Australia.
The Te Rau Matatini Trust Board and the Te Rau Matatini Board of Directors would like to thank Kim Whaanga-Kipa (Rongowhakaata, Rakai Paaka, Kahungunu, Te Aitanga a Mahaki) for her contributions to the work of Te Rau Matatini during her time serving as a Trustee. Through over a decade of service
The Christmas Box Project is a fantastic initiative which has provided over 80,000 boxes of kai to whānau in need during the festive season since 2001 across many communities in Aotearoa. Christmas Box started in Whangarei in 2015 with 500 boxes, led by Te Hau
Mainstream models and their programmes often have limited application in meeting the holistic needs and realities of Māori populations. Over time, Māori health professionals have developed models of practice to better reflect Māori realities and to integrate elements of importance from the past,