Hoki Whakamuri, Haere Whakamua – Pakihere Rokiroki (Podcast Collection)

Podcast series 2: Hoki Whakamuri, Haere Whakamua: Looking back to go forward.

Nau mai haere mai to this podcast series.

Dive into thought provoking conversations from diverse perspectives – these podcasts are born from our best and brightest webinars that made the greatest impact on our audiences.

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Go here to find our first series Te Tiriti Kōrero

Hear from us, not about us. “We are not just a subgroup. We are allies.”

A celebration of the launch of our new collection of research focused on refugee-background and migrant experiences in Aotearoa.

Presented by Batool Arif, Dr Irene Ayallo, Dr Zhiyan Basharati, Dr Sara Kindon

Mahi A Atua – Treatment for Racism “… bringing indigenous stories back into the light.”

Ngati Porou psychiatrist Dr Diana Kopua gives us an insight into her work developing Mahi a Atua, a Māori approach to well-being which draws on the stories, narratives and healing practices of te ao Māori.

Presented by Dr Diana Kopua, Mark Kopua

White Fragility “… dominant culture of whiteness is consistently left unaddressed…”

Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism.

Presented by Dr Robin DiAngelo

Valuing Our World Views “…there’s no point doing research if it’s not about reciprocity…”

Indigenous Community at the Centre – ensuring that indigenous design, knowledge and practice and the voices of the community are front and centre.

Presented by Dr Rebecca Kiddle, Danièle Hromek

Supporting New Zealand-born Pacific youth “Service [for us] is not just actions, it’s a world view.”

Understanding their community responsibilities and challenges and rewards they bring.

Presented by Soalaupule Asetoa (Sam) Pilisi

Te Tiriti – Take action ” …the people we serve have so much good in them, we create space for that good to flourish…”

Become a dynamic Treaty partner – We take you and your organisation forward in actioning Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Presented by Dr Kathie Irwin, Ali Hamlin-Paenga, Dr Chelsea Grootveld

Co-design for well-being “Fundamentally thinking about where innovation and capability lie.”

Giving tamariki the best start in life.

Presented by Angie Tangaere, Dr Penny Hagen

Ngā mihi nui to Making Everything Achievable (Kaye Maree Dunn and her team) and Blue Reef (Rob Kitchen) for their exceptional mahi on these podcasts.

Go to our Past Webinars page to gather resources related to the topics from these empowering podcasts.

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