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Te Taonga o Taku Ngākau- Mini Conference and Thought Space Wānanga

Te Kotahi Research Institute

Tuesday, 11 June 2019 at 9:00 am - Wednesday, 12 June 2019 at 4:00 pm (NZST)

Te Taonga o Taku Ngākau- Mini Conference and Thought...

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Te Taonga o Taku Ngākau investigates the ways that mātauranga Māori related to the raising of Māori children can be utilised to develop prevention and intervention tools that support tamariki and whānau. Within te reo and tikanga Māori there are indicators that tamariki (Māori children) are considered 'taonga' (treasures) with proverbial sayings such as ‘Te Taonga o Taku Ngākau’ expressing a deep veneration for children. Traditional practices of childrearing centred on concepts such as 'Matua rautia', which calls for collective responsibility, Matua (parent) and rau (hundreds) reflects the philosophy that raising a child is not an individual endeavour, but rather a job for the whole community.


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Waikato Tainui College for Research and Development


Tuesday, 11 June 2019 at 9:00 am - Wednesday, 12 June 2019 at 4:00 pm (NZST)


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Te Kotahi Research Institute

Te Kotahi Research Institute undertakes research and capacity building initiatives that fulfil our vision of providing a wellspring of innovation, well-being and inspiration. Good research questions transcend boundaries and Te Kotahi Research Institute will undertake research collaborations with any organisation that can contribute to realising Māori aspirations.

Te Kotahi Research Institute has been established to enhance engagement in research and development by improving access to research and providing pathways for innovation. Increasing Māori engagement in these activities has the potential to contribute greatly to enhancing well-being for Iwi, Māori, Indigenous communities and society. Te Kotahi Research Institute (TKRI) is a University-wide entity to support, develop and promote research for and with iwi, Māori and Indigenous nations.

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