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Building partnership with Māori: A Matariki perspective

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In this in person workshop we will cover:

Do we have an active conscious commitment to be ‘esteeming of things Māori’ by celebrating and learning about and bringing to the fore the indigenous knowledge and understanding of Aotearoa – the whenua, the wairua and the people?

There are new developments in Aotearoa to embrace and honour Māori indigenous wisdom (such as with our new Matariki holiday) regarding the land, mental health and broader health areas, education and law.

Drawing on a Matariki perspective and understanding to honour and build partnership with Māori as intended in Te Tiriti.

Are we open to exploring and learning what is needed in our organisations?

Review & Renew:

Having courageous conversations about:

  • Reviewing the actions that may have happened prior to now. How are we doing with those?  What might the ‘blocks’ be? What will support us to move forward? Knowing and being aware of our own culture and how this impacts on our openness to other peoples’ cultures, are we building partnership?

  • Is our culture as an organisation transparent to us as a team?  Are we conscious of how we individually and together contribute to our culture? Are there areas we need to renew, change, grow, adjust; both individually and in our organisations?

Arrive: From 9am.

Session start time: 9.30am.

Lunch will be provided. Please advise us of any dietary requirements to 

Presenter: Hilary Star Foged

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NOTE 1: Cancellation for training courses. Please be aware that we require two working days’ notice if you wish to cancel your registration. If you cancel after this time payment is still required. We may (at our discretion) provide a credit note to be used for other training courses within twelve months of the original course. NOTE 2: Should a course, due to Covid-alert level conditions nearer the time, need to be postponed or moved across onto Zoom, we shall advise nearer the scheduled date, with as much notice given as possible. NOTE 3: A refund will be made but will not include the booking fee amount which was part of the session cost that ANCAD paid when the ticket was first purchased. NOTE 4: ANCAD reserves the right to cancel or postpone a session if a session is undersubscribed or if there is a genuine reason it cannot take place as advertised. Communication to this effect will be sent to everyone who has registered prior to the session date.