The Impact and Contribution of Indigenous Centres of Research Excellence, Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith
Nga Pae o te Maramatanga is the National Institute of Research Excellence for Maori Development and Advancement and is one of seven national Centres of Research Excellence that were selected for funding by the New Zealand Government in 2002 and subsequently, established as an Institute on 1 ...Continue Reading...
WIPCE Fundraiser Hangi, Porirua, Sunday 16th March
Kia ora whanau, come get your hangi from us on Sunday March 16!! Fundraising to attend WIPC:E (World Indigenous Peoples Conference: Education) to be held in Hawaii this May. Come support a good kaupapa and get fed! (Details about costs etc on poster below)… Share Post Twitter Facebook ...Continue Reading...
MANA set to contest all Maori seats and more
“MANA will stand candidates in all seven Maori electorates and potentially in some general seats as well”, said Hone Harawira, MANA Leader and MP for Te Tai Tokerau following the Prime Minister’s announcement this afternoon that the general election will be held onSaturday 20 September. “The ...Continue Reading...
An Open Statement on the true impact of the non-funding of Nga Pae o te Maramatanga
Over the past week the Maori research, academic and wider Maori community has been dealing with the announcement that the Tertiary Education Commission, through the Royal Society of New Zealand, will not be continuing support for Nga Pae o Te Maramatanga. Nga Pae o te Maramatanga is the ...Continue Reading...
Remembering the 150th anniversary of the Battle of O-Rakau (+links)
On April 1st there will be a dawn ceremony and memorial service at Orakau to commemorate 150 years since the battle of Orakau / Rewi Maniapoto’s last stand. This from the website “For 150 years the old battle site stood as a sentinel waiting to be acknowledged and for its legacy so ...Continue Reading...
Parihaka leg-irons withdrawn after public outcry
TangataWhenua.com has just got word from Hayward’s Auction House owners, Kevin Hayward & Judith Ferguson that the Parihaka leg-irons which were going to be auctioned have been withdrawn. Public outcry began to inform and connect with whanau, hapu an iwi via social networks yesterday ...Continue Reading...
Kainga Tupu Maori Art Exhibition Opening, Melbourne, Friday 4th April, 7pm
Kia Ora tatou! Federation Square and Melbourne-based artist/curator Frances Pomare, bring together a collection of works from some of Aotearoa’s finest Contemporary Maori artists based throughout Melbourne and Aotearoa. The overall kaupapa of the show talks about how Maori have adapted to ...Continue Reading...
Treasure Rotorua campaign aims for Koutu to be ‘as safe as houses’
Up to 500 Koutu households will be visited next week and offered free advice and resources for keeping safe as part of Treasure Rotorua’s Te Pou Kapua o Te Koutu – Safe as Houses project. Treasure Rotorua steering group partners collaborating on the project are Rotorua District Council, ...Continue Reading...
BIG BREAK: our search for the writer of New Zealand’s next great movie
New Zealand has made some truly great films, and we want to make more. If you’re a writer with an idea for the next great New Zealand movie, here’s an opportunity to get your film made. LIBERT!NE P!CTURES is looking to make extraordinary films that excite audiences at home and around the world. ...Continue Reading...
- The Impact and Contribution of Indigenous Centres of Research Excellence, Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith
- WIPCE Fundraiser Hangi, Porirua, Sunday 16th March
- MANA set to contest all Maori seats and more
- An Open Statement on the true impact of the non-funding of Nga Pae o te Maramatanga
- Remembering the 150th anniversary of the Battle of O-Rakau (+links)
- Parihaka leg-irons withdrawn after public outcry