On 29 July 2017 a group of Tauiwi Treaty workers from across the country met to develop strategies for helping Tauiwi engage with the report, Matike Mai Aotearoa. Tauiwi engage with Matike Mai Aotearoa is the Record of the proposals put forward by participants at the 29 July Workshop Development Day.
This free comprehensive resource has been written by a team led by Heather Came (PhD), a specialist in the field of applying te Tiriti o Waitangi to practice. The resource builds on the legacy of Dr Irihapeti Ramsden and cultural safety in nursing.
Dr Moana Jackson, said in his forward to the e-book that this e-book:
It offers guidance for all who work in the health sector to manage and develop their Treaty based practice … and recognises power relationships and also the historical, political, and economic context.
“… Good health and good health practice come from a shared interest in the just-ness of a society. Perhaps more than anything else it is the hope and promise of such just-ness that te Tiriti most enshrines”.
These are scheduled when an organisation agrees to host one. If you are wanting to attend a Treaty application course as an individual please check with us when courses are available.
NOTE: You must have attended a basic Treaty Course within the last 12 months.
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We would not be able to do our work without the generous support of others. This year we are particularly appreciative of the following grants:
Lottery Community Sector Research Committee for supporting Ngā Rerenga o Te Tiriti
ASB Trust for supporting Treaty workshops for the public and for groups applying the Treaty
Lottery Environment & Heritage to digitise the reference library
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