We hosted our second Community Voices webinar on Thursday 28 October, and this time the topic was: The role of Te Tiriti o Waitangi education in creating an inclusive Aotearoa New Zealand.
We chose this topic because it directly relates to one of our key focus areas: Te Toto Kei Roto (a Treaty that resonates with us all), and we believe it’s important to bring together individuals and organisations who are working to promote understanding Te Tiriti and New Zealand’s past.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi holds the potential to bind together New Zealanders of all ethnicities powerfully and positively to promote the best of ourselves as a country. Plus we are also huge advocates of any opportunities for increased learning and understanding in this space.
Several members of our team are experienced in leading discussions of this nature, so we had two hosts for this kōrero: Aram Wu and Atarau Hamilton Fuller.
Aram and Atarau were joined by three guests who bought a wealth of experience and knowledge to the topic:
- Bill Hamilton from JMP Consulting & the National Iwi Chairs Forum
- Jen Margaret from Groundwork: Facilitating Change
- Mikesh Patel from Tangata Tiriti – Treaty People
Watch the full Community Voices webinar below: