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2010 National Police Maori Focus Forum, May 20, Rotorua

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Whanau Maori -Standing up for New Zealand

He karanga tenei na nga roopu whakahaere ki nga iwi e noho mai ra i te rohe o Te Waiariki kia whakawhaiti mai ki Taiwere Marae, Te Wananga o Aotearoa ki Rotorua.

The National Police Maori Focus Forum invites you to the second regional Huithat aims to mobilise the strength of Whanau Maori to reduce crime

In consultation with Iwi, the National Police Maori Focus Forum have agreed that Regional Hui are a way of providing solutions to an increasing problem.

It is an important starting point that acknowledges Whanau Maori can and must provide effective leadership to reduce crime

  • Date: Thursday 20 May 2010
  • Time: 9:30am, Powhiri
  • Venue: 324 Malfroy Rd, Rotorua, Te Arawa Campus Taiwere Marae, Te Wananga o Aotearoa

Programme

  • MC Russell Harrison

9:30am: Powhiri/Mihimihi

10:00am: Police Commissioner Howard Broad’s message

  • Where police are heading?
  • Police working with Maori

10:15am: Introduction

  • Georgina Te Heuheu
  • Maori rising to the challenge

10:30am: Setting the scene

  • Sam Chapman Working with Maori
  • Te Arawa Crime Prevention Plan – Local crime and the impact on whanau

11:00am: Workshops

  • Eru George – Members of Maori Focus Forum
  • Mobilising Maori – What can Whanau Maori do?

Workshop one: He Mokopuna – 0 to 10 years

  • Facilitator – Iritana Tawhiwhirangi (Dance room)

Workshop two: Hui Tamariki – 11 to 16 years

  • Facilitator – Naida Glavish (Wharenui)

Workshop three: Hui Matua – 17 years and over

  • Facilitator – Toby Curtis (Buck Nin Theatre)

2:00pm: Report back on solutions

2:45pm: WHERE TO FROM HERE

3:00pm: Finish

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