Ngati Pikiao ki te Pae Tawhiti - Wananga this Sunday 2 - 4.30pm, Tapuaeharuru marae

Ngati Pikiao ki te Pae Tawhiti – Wananga this Sunday 2 – 4.30pm, Tapuaeharuru marae

Tena ra tatau Ngati Pikiao,

He pohiri tenei kia tae a tinana mai ki te marae o Tapuaeharuru a te Ratapu nei. He wananga kei te haere kia korerohia mo to tatau iwi neke whakamua ana ki te pae tawhiti. Kei raro iho nei etahi korero mo te wananga nei, me etahi ano e whai ake. Nau mai hara mai e te whanau.

“Ngati Pikiao ki te Pae Tawhiti” (Ngati Pikiao Future Vision Project) is an exciting project facilitated by the Ngati Pikiao Iwi Trust that is calling on the knowledge and vision of our iwi to inform our future development and the role of the Ngati Pikiao Iwi Trust in supporting the iwi into that future.

The Trust invites Pikiao whanui to wananga over the next month to gather your whakaaro on the future of our iwi. This is an opportunity to share your whakaaro and encourage thinking about our future, our people and our Pikiaotanga.

Wananga – Ngati Pikiao ki te Pae Tawhiti
Wananga Tuatahi – Pikiao Whanui
Sunday 16 September at Tapuaeharuru Marae, Rotoiti
2:00pm – 4:30pm

Wananga Tuarua – Rangatahi
Tuesday 18 September at Te Arawa Tangata Office, 1 Peace St, Rotorua
5:30 – 8:00pm

Wananga Tuatoru – Pikiao Whanui
Saturday 22 September at Paruaharanui Marae, Mourea
2:00pm – 4:30pm

What will the wananga focus on?
The wananga will ask the following key questions:
1. What are the strengths and the challenges for Pikiao today?
2. What are Ngati Pikiao’s aspirations for the future?
3. What are the key things Ngati Pikiao can do to achieve our future vision?
4. What role can the Ngati Pikiao Iwi Trust play in supporting the aspirations of Ngati Pikiao?

If you’d like any further information about the wananga or the project please contact Taria Tahana on taria@tahana.com or 021 463 065.

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