Tēnei te kupu maioha atu ki ngā tōpito katoa o te ao. Ki a nunui mā, ki a roroa mā, ki ngā iwi taketake o ia whenua, o ia takiwa, waihoki, ki ngā iwi whai rawa o ngā hau maha. Kohikohia ngā maramara ō ngā tini waka tangata kia tōpū mai ai ki a Te Wānanga o Raukawa. Māku koe e mihi, māku koe e pōwhiri mai ki roto kau i ngā Iwi e toru o te rohe nei, ki Te Au ki te Tonga.
He kōrerorero, He wānangananga, he huihuinga tāngata tō tātou whai.
Nau mai me ōu pikautanga ā mate, kia takoto ngātahi ai ki ngā mate huhua o te wā, ka mihia, ā, ka tukua kia haere.
Heoi, me matua whakatau mai mātou i a koutou ki ngā rā o te hui. Ki tāku kete pūtea, me tō kete pūtea, kia kotahi ai te kete pūtea nui o te kōrero.
Nō reira, tēnā koutou, tēnā nau mai, tēnā huihui tātou katoa.
Te Wānanga o Raukawa, Ōtaki, New Zealand
Remembering Our Past, Reclaiming Our Future
Resilience, Climate Change and Indigenous Practices for Sustainability
With a particular focus on:
- Climate Change & Fresh Clean Water
- Food Sovereignty
- Traditional Knowledge
- Indigenous and youth development
Standard Registration: $400
Includes: Attendance to both days, meals, Hui dinner and entertainment on Monday night, reasonable transport to and from venue AND accommodation (Marae style - other options available at extra cost).
Make the most of your time in New Zealand!
Find out what Kiwi funders are up to at the Philanthropy Summit 2017, being held in Wellington on 11,12 & 13 May. The Summit is New Zealand’s premiere networking event for grantmakers and others with an interest in giving to make the world a better place.
Indigenous Biocultural Exchange Fund
The IBEX Fund are currently accepting applications for events/exchanges falling between March 15, 2017 through September 15, 2017. Application Deadline: February 16, 2017. Click here to access the application. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or if you would prefer to submit a PDF application form.Application Deadline: February 16, 2017
Questions may be directed to: IBEX@iie.org
For more information please visit www.iie.org/IBEX
“I’m really looking forward to the IFIP Pacific Regional Hui as an exciting opportunity for all New Zealand-based funders to meet with other philanthropic organisations from around the world, and to learn about their approaches to indigenous peoples’ development, both locally and internationally. The hui is for all funders who currently work with Māori, as well as those who want to increase their work in this area. It’s going to be a unique professional development opportunity that will not be repeated in New Zealand. I’d recommend it to everyone.”
John McCarthy, The Tindall Foundation.