2020 is shaping up to be another vibrant year ahead bringing with it the promise of growth, various opportunities and aspirations for you at Te Rau Ora. There will be new education and training experiences; sector opportunities and thought leadership spaces; grassroots and regional activities. Please keep an eye on our Facebook and websites for ongoing information.
Here is a sneak peak into a selection of Wananga & Conferences
Te Rau Ora is pleased to support Otago University Public Health Summer School: Māori Suicide Prevention Research, Policy & Practice (24th Feb) where our Māori leaders in suicide prevention and postvention will be presenting. Please go to:
Te Tiriti Based Futures: Te Rau Ora is pleased to support STIR in Te Tiriti Based Futures, an innovative online conference profiling Māori, New Zealand and Global leaders on topics addressing Racism (21st -30th March) Please go to : https://www.stirnz.org/tetiritibasedfutures
Māori in Psychiatry: Te Rau Ora is pleased to support Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in hui (21st March ) for Māori psychiatric registrars and psychiatrists at Te Hoturoa Marae, Mangere, Auckland. Please contact Chelsea.Greer@ranzcp.org
Hui Maumahara: Māori Frameworks Symposium: Hui Maumahara provided opportunities for kaimahi to wānanga with Māori leaders who influenced their practice. In 2019, we facilitated opportunities to share the influences of Sir Mason Durie, Moe Milne, Paraire Huata, Hinewirangi Kohu Morgan. The next Hui Maumahara will be with Monica Stockdale, and a Māori Frameworks Symposium will be held in May to widen the overall conversations about Māori Frameworks and their impacts. Further details will be posted on our facebook page.
Waka Hourua National Māori & Pasifika Suicide Prevention Hui Fono: Te Rau Ora and Le Va will be bringing together Hui Fono Symposium in May. Further details will be posted on our facebook page.
Toitū Hauora: Tino Rangatiratanga: Te Rau Ora is pleased to announce Toitū Hauora Māori Health Leadership Summit: Tino Rangatiratanga, will be held at the Waipuna Conference Centre, Auckland (1st & 2nd Sept). Further details will be posted on our facebook page and website.
Māori Mental Health & Addiction Nursing Wananga: Te Rau Ora is pleased to support Te Ao Maramatanga (College of Mental Health Nurses) in their wānanga, Te Tii Marae, Waitangi ( 25-27th Nov ). Further details will be posted on our facebook page.