Te Mātauranga me te Rangatiratanga: Mehemea kāhore tētahi, ka whiwhi tātou i tētahi? Mātauranga and Rangatiratanga: Can we have one without the other?
Ko wai kei te whakamārama he aha te rangatiratanga? Who defines rangatiratanga?
Ko wai kei te pupuru i te mātauranga? Who controls mātauranga?
We invite you to explore these critical questions and challenges in a two-day hui "Kei Tua o Te Pae: Re-Searching Rangatiratanga, Innovating Mātauranga"
He Kōrero Poto mō Kei Tua o te Pae
Ka tū te hui e kīa nei "Kei Tua o te Pae: Re-searching Rangatiratanga, Innovating Mātauranga" ki Te Wānanga o Raukawa i Ōtaki. Ka aronuitia a Kei Tua o te Pae e ngā whānau, e ngā kaihautū o ngā hapori, e ngā kaimahi whare wānanga, e ngā kairangahau, e ngā kaituhi kaupapa here me ngā ākonga.
I roto i tēnei hui mō te rua rā, ka tūhura te hunga whakairo kōrero mō te mātauranga, me ngā kaihautū i te mātauranga mai i ngā tōpito katoa o Aotearoa i ngā hononga i waenga i te mātauranga me te rangatiratanga. Ka wherawhera mātou i ō mātou haepapa kia whai whakaaro mātou i a mātou e hanga ana, e kawe ana hoki i te mātauranga, me te tūhura i ōna āhuatanga auaha.
Te whāinga ia o tēnei hui he whakapiki i te toiora o te iwi Māori, mā te whakahiato i ngā mātauranga me ngā whakaaro o te hunga Māori e whakamanawanui nei ki te whakapiki i tō rātou rangatiratanga. Ka whakamanawatia te hunga whai wāhi mai kia whāwhā, kia whakapakari, kia whakawhānui hoki i te anga whakaaro a ō tātou tūpuna. Ko te anga tēnei i whakamahia ai e rātou hei whakamārama i tō tātou noho i te ao, hei whakaū hoki i tō tātou noho roa i te mata o te whenua hei iwi motuhake.
Information about the hui
The Kei Tua hui series offers unparalleled opportunities to listen, meet and talk with people who understand the unique challenges and questions we face today as Māori.
This year’s contributing kaikōrero and panellists come from diverse backgrounds. They are artists, community leaders, environmentalists and academics from all over Aotearoa. No matter what their professional backgrounds are, all are committed to achieving rangatiratanga, and the reclamation, consolidation and expansion of the mātauranga continuum.
Over two days, we will discuss these diverse viewpoints in workshops and kōrero about how we can work together to contribute to Māori well-being. This hui encourages you to expand your thinking about rangatiratanga and mātauranga. It challenges you to apply this thinking to your mahi and day to day life. You’ll leave feeling challenged, stimulated and inspired.
Whether you are a community leader, educator, student, academic or policy-maker, you will have a chance to share your ideas and develop your thinking in big ways.
Don’t miss out on being a part of this important hui.
Please pass along the invitation to anyone who might be interested in attending.
Te Rēhita – Registration
To register for this hui, please click on the "Register Now" button at the bottom of this page.
There are two registration options:
- Full Registration: $500 (GST included)
- Student Registration: $280 (GST included)
We are able to offer a small number of subsidies for those facing financial difficulties. Please contact us about this.
The registration closing date will be Friday, 13 March 2015.
Costs include breakfast, lunch, dinner and accommodation at Te Wānanga o Raukawa (View Map). Please indicate on the registration form if you are intending to stay on Te Wānanga o Raukawa campus. There are motel options available in Ōtaki should you wish to make other arrangements. (View other motel options / Ōtaki accommodation)
For general conference enquiries:
(06) 364 9011 ext. 821
(021) 113 3413
E rau rangatira mā, he kaupapa whakahirahira tēnei, nau mai, whakatau mai!
Thank you for your registration. We look forward to welcoming and hosting you!
Ani Mikaere, Te Wānanga o Raukawa
Jessica Hutchings, Te Wāhanga, NZCER