Te hira tangata ki Waikato, ki Raukawa ki Maniapoto, ki Hauraki

 

Understanding the Treaty of Waitangi

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Date:
19 September
Time:
9:00am to 4:00pm
Location:
Hui Te Rangiora Marae, 89 Clarence Street, Hamilton
Cost:
$120 per person

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Workshop details:

Knowledge of the Treaty of Waitangi’s intentions and implications is now required in many workplaces & professions.
This one-day workshop provides in-depth training and resources in a marae setting.

Participants will learn about: 
•    Māori-Pākehā relationships from 1800s to the present 
•    What the Declaration of Independence & Te Tiriti o Waitangi say
•    How the Treaty agreements apply to you personally and professionally. 

Who should attend?
•    Anyone from a small workplace with no regular Treaty training
•    All those wanting to update their training portfolios 
•    Newcomers with little or no knowledge of the treaty
•    Employers needing to meet quality or contract standards. 

How will I benefit? 
Participants receive a Certificate of Participation, posters, handouts and a copy of the informative resource ‘Treaty of Waitangi: Questions & Answers’ (2016). Further resources will be available for sale. Teas & lunch provided.
 

 



Presenters: 
 
ingrid Dr. Ingrid Huygens is national coordinator of the Tangata Tiriti-Treaty People project, and has been a Treaty educator since 1989. Ingrid offers workshops around the country to DHBs, local authorities, community organisations and commercial enterprises and educational institutions. She completed her PhD at the University of Waikato on how New Zealanders respond to learning about the treaty (Processes of Pākehā change in response to the Treaty of Waitangi, 2007). She is a registered community psychologist.
IMG 20180706 105638-359-223-848 James Barnes: Māori Cultural Liason to Hui Te Rangiora Marae. James is Pākehā but was raised speaking Māori in Tauranga. He has taught at tertiary and iwi level on Māori and Pākehā cultural knowledge and colonial history.
  Nicolina Newcombe, researcher, University of Waikato  (To be confirmed)
  
   
   

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