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He Waka Eke Noa | Māori Cultural Frameworks for Violence Prevention & Intervention Roadshow

March 17, 2023 at 3:27 PM

From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse -


  • Manukau, Tāmaki:
    Tuesday 28 March 2023, 10am-1pm, Hāpai Tūhono, Level 5, 20 Amesham Way, Manukau, Tāmaki


Tu Tama Wahine o Taranaki & Te Puna Oranga


Free. Register now for: Hāwera, Taranaki Whangārei | Motueka, Te Tau Ihu Manukau, Tāmaki

He Waka Eke Noa is a Kaupapa Māori mixed-methods research project that will identify the prevalence of family and sexual violence for Māori and have explored cultural approaches to family violence from Māori community perspectives documenting critical elements that are necessary for strengthening the prevention and intervention of family violence and sexual violence for Māori.

Register for this event

The team will be travelling to four locations to present their findings.

Presenters at each location.

  • Hāwera, Taranaki
    Dr Leonie Phiama, Dr Cherryl Smith and Ngaropi Cameron.
  • Whangārei
    Professor Tuhiwai Smith, Rihi Te Nana and Shirley Simmonds.
  • Motueka, Te Tau Ihu
    Dr Leonie Pihama, Dr Cherryl Smith, Ngaropi Cameron and Billie-Jean Cassidy.
  • Manukau, Tāmaki
    Professor Tuhiwai Smith, Rihi Te Nana and Shirley Simmonds

Download the flyer (400 KB, PDF)

For more information, email:
Herearoha: or

Category: Research