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Mauri Oho Mauri Ora: a hikoi of transformation

May 05, 2016 at 4:41 PM

Mauri Oho Mauri Ora: a hikoi of transformation, hope and healing for Māori whanau - Inaugural Professorial Address 

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When: Tuesday 31 May 2016, 4.30-5.30pm

Where: AUT City Campus, Level 2, WA Building, 55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland

Organised by AUT

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Denise Wilson, Professor of Māori Public Health at AUT will present a public lecture, her inaugural professorial address.

Professor Denise Wilson, of Ngāti Tahinga (Tainui) descent, is passionate about effecting positive change in the areas of Māori and indigenous health, family violence, cultural safety, and cultural responsiveness – through research, education and policy action.

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