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3 August 2022 9am-4.30pm (NZ time)
Join us for a one day Live-Streamed event to explore practice with Māori (the indigenous peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand) to contribute to your Continuing Professional Development. This symposium is an initiative to support social workers but will have great relevance for all professionals committed to culturally responsive practice and meeting Te Tiriti o Waitangi obligations.
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CONFIRMED KEYNOTE - Dame Rangimārie Naida Glavish
Keynote Address “He aha te Tikanga o te Whānau” - What does Whānau/Family mean - to you?
Dr. RUTH JONES
Whānau Ora, Enabling good lives and true inclusion of tāngata and whanau whaikaha
Sovereignty of voice
Dr. MONICA KOIA
Whanaungatanga, the importance of this and how whānau view this when engaging with professionals
He Awa, He Tangata – Valuing a River and its People
Decoloniality and social welfare