Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa. Let us keep close together, not wide apart.
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Message from Te Puea Winiata Te Rau Matatini Board Chair – 9 May 2017 Auckland New Zealand. It is with great pleasure that I announce on behalf of the Board and Trust of Te Rau Matatini our new Chief Executive, Maria Baker (Ngāpuhi nui tonu, Te Rarawa). She will assume the role today.
Toitu Hauora Māori Health Leadership Summit 2017 will be held from 8 to 10 May. The Summit brings together emerging and existing leaders in Māori health to discuss future Māori health needs progressing towards the future. It provides an opportunity to reflect on the legacies of the past, snapshots of the present, and aspirations for the future.
This month side by side our experts our whānau had the opportunity to appraise the scholarship applications for Hoe Tahi, Hoe Rua and Henry Rongomau Bennett Scholarship programmes
Whānau we have two free webinars series you can register free to participate in starting this month March - Toro Mai Tō Ringa Webinar and Evaluation 101 series.
Ani-Oriwia Adds Māori TV reporter interviews us about our release of a new series of resources that targets suicide prevention. Click here to see the interview. Tau kē!
Te Rau Matatini will be delivering Tūhono Tuarā a three (2x day) wananga in the South Island from January to March 2017. The registration and attendance is FREE whānau.
Topatopahia Te Rere o Te Waka and Henry Rongomau Bennett scholarship applications are now open until January 16, 2017.
Te Rau Matatini is pleased to announce the Second Edition release of the Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing – Te Mauri: Pimatisiwin.
Congratulations to our Te Rau Matatini board member Donovan Clarke who today becomes the Chief Executive Officer at Manaia Primary Health Organisation (PHO) based in Whangarei.
Te Puea Magic
When you can’t be any prouder of being Māori visit Te Puea Memorial Marae. From the carpark where Māori Wardens check you in and issue visitors passes, to walking past three massive containers, one with bedding and linen, one with food and one more with clothing that gets taken to a Correctional facility for sorting and cleaning. This is an incredible logistical process. By Te Rau Matatini Pou Ahorangi, Marama Parore.
Cybersafety - For Indigenous Youth
Suicide Prevention: The national Māori and Pasifika suicide prevention programme, Waka Hourua Leadership Group, has released a document it hopes will pave the way for new cybersafety programmes aimed at indigenous people.