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Kōrero and reflections about Violence within Whānau and Mahi Tūkino

May 03, 2024 at 3:13 PM

From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse - https://nzfvc.org.nz/events/k%C5%8Drero-and-reflections-about-violence-within-wh%C4%81nau-and-mahi-t%C5%ABkino-%E2%80%94-litany-sound-revisited

DATE

Wednesday 22 May 2024

TIME

2-3pm

LOCATION

Online

ORGANISED BY

New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse and Te Pūkotahitanga

COST

Free

This webinar is a wayfinder, to continue the kōrero from Violence within Whānau and Mahi Tūkino — A Litany of Sound Revisited, with speakers who will reflect on research and real-life expertise.

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Listing of training and other events does not constitute endorsement by the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse. Information is as provided by the organiser. For further information or queries about training or events, please contact the organiser using the links or contact details provided.

Violence within Whānau and Mahi Tūkino — A Litany of Sound Revisited is an in-depth literature review that brings together contemporary mātauranga from Māori researchers in one book. This webinar is a wayfinder, to continue the kōrero from this report with speakers who will reflect on research and real-life expertise. The speakers include the author of the book, Denise Wilson, along with Poata Watene, Ngarongo Eaton and Te Whetu Mairangi (Whetu Horo) Balzer-Horo.

Kia whakatōmuri te haere whakamua.

I walk backwards into the future with my eyes fixed on my past.

The speakers will share kōrero based on: 1) past evidence and learnings, 2) present insights and issues alongside 3) future dreams and aspirations from the next generation. Their kōrero blends research with real life expertise and solutions from out in the field at the flaxroots, from Māori kaimahi perspectives working in family violence and sexual violence in the community.

Sign language interpretation will be provided in the webinar. 

For questions contact the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse: nzfvc.comms@auckland.ac.nz.



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