Posts Tagged ‘Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu’

Māori Trade Training reborn

He Toki ki te Mahi has created economic value of more than $5.5 million since 2015. Further analysis suggests the potential to return seven times the value of the investment in economic benefits to the apprentices and the economy.

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Post Settlement – the journey so far

Te Kerēme – The Ngāi Tahu Claim – was lodged with the Waitangi Tribunal in 1986, and in the ensuing years of negotiations with the Crown the iwi began to mobilise in preparation for the long-awaited settlement. The passing of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Act 1996 established Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu to protect and advance the collective interests of the iwi.

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Recognising Hon Te Ururoa Flavell

In early October Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu held a celebratory event to acknowledge the incredible role Hon Te Ururoa Flavell played as a Member of Parliament, Minister and leader of the Māori Party. Helen Leahy, Chief Executive, Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu says the event was an opportunity…

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Commitment to reducing family violence

In early June over 120 whānau came together at Rehua Marae for the launch of Tū Pono: Te Mana Kaha ō te Whānau. The Tū Pono strategy aims to reduce the impact that family violence is having in families and communities throughout  Te Waipounamu and Aotearoa, and the launch signifies the next phase in bringing…

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Te Kura o Te Tira Mōrehu Reo o

The wānanga represent a revitalisation of their own, as they emulate the renowned wharekura Ōmanawharetapu that Matiaha Tiramōrehu held in Moeraki until 1868. Tiramōrehu, widely known as the father of the Ngāi Tahu Claim, was also a renowned scholar with extensive knowledge of Māori traditions and whakapapa. He sought to share this with others, and in his wharekura taught Ngāi Tahu tamariki the traditional knowledge and customs that had been handed down for generations.

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First Hei Whakapiki Mauri hui highlights aspirations

When married couple Gary Williams and Ruth Jones of Kanohi ki te Kanohi Consultancy set up Hei Whakapiki Mauri, they saw it as a way for Māori with disabilities to connect with whānau and to explore and grow their aspirations and knowledge. Hei Whakapiki Mauri is a series of hui designed to empower disabled Māori…

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Changing lives  

  Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu has over eighty initiatives in varying stages of progress, covering a wide range of approaches focussed on achieving positive outcomes for whānau transformation. As the South Island commissioning agency for Whānau Ora, Te Pūtahitanga has received funding applications from the Catlins to Motueka and the Chatham islands to Hokitika…

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Ngāi Tahu internship provides unique opportunities

Sean Bragg is over half way through his two-year internship with Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and has already contributed to many important kaupapa across the iwi. He relishes the opportunities and recognises the unique position he is in. Sean grew up in Bluff and acknowledges he will always keep that connection strong. “I was…

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Road Trip

The South Island Whanau Ora commissioning agency, Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu is not sitting in its Christchurch office waiting for action, it’s taking to the highways on a regular basis engaging with people and spreading the word about the innovative nature of Whanau Ora and what is being achieved with public funding. In August,…

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3rd June 2016
Posted under: Pānui

Something has to change

Te Puna Oranga in collaboration with Te Whare Hauora, Te Pūtahitanga, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, and He Oranga Pounamu would like to invite you to consultation hui surrounding family harm/violence.  The purpose of these consultation hui is to seek new and improved ways to strengthen the capacity of support for whānau to prevent the impact of violence within…