Kōrero me te Whakarongo (talk and listen)

Kōrero me te Whakarongo shows the community impact we make. We listen to and share feedback from those in the tangata whenua, community and voluntary sector who engage with us.  

Jeremy Mayall from Creative Waikato

We talked to Arts Advocate Jeremy Mayall from Creative Waikato recently about art and social change as embodied research. Jeremy watched our recent webinar Racism, community, art and social change: Understanding community responses to racism in Aotearoa. Jeremy found the subject matter of our webinar intriguing, and found the kaupapa similar to a project the Creative Waikato team had just delivered, Kotahitanga: United Through Creativity. This project looked at art as a tool for social justice to inspire conversation and look at different pathways for understanding one another.

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Sarah Mc Donald

That space for intercultural dialogue is totally gold

We talked to creative, refugee advocate, and HOST International kaimahi Sarah Macdonald recently about her latest feedback to Community Research. Sarah watched our latest webinar on Te Tiriti in Practice.

We explored what it is to be Pākehā, and how tauiwi communities, like former refugees, have a natural connection to tikanga and karakia.  And the need to open the conversation about how Te Tiriti can play out for all of us: tangata whenua, pākehā, and tauiwi.

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Jill Chrisp – Social scientist and advocate

We asked social scientist and human rights advocate Dr Jill Chrisp if she would mind sharing the feedback she gave to us, after watching one of our webinars this year: Outcomes Harvesting Evaluation – the missing piece of the puzzle?

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