Community Voices: What’s Your Tūrangawaewae?
Community Voices is back for 2022 with a new look, new guests, new topics and loads of interesting kōrero to be had!
First up: What’s Your Tūrangawaewae?
Tūrangawaewae is one of the most well-known and powerful Māori concepts. Literally tūranga (standing place), waewae (feet), it is often translated as ‘a place to stand’. Tūrangawaewae are places where we feel especially rooted, empowered and connected. They are our foundation, our place in the world, our home.
Our first two Community Voices webinars for 2022 ‘What’s Your Tūrangawaewae’, are an exploration of this concept. We’ll be chatting to people about what they consider to be their tūrangawaewae, within the context of their culture or their place in society. Hosted by our Project co-lead Anjum Rahman, please join us for what promises to be a very interesting kōrero!
When: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 12.30 – 1.30pm
Host: Anjum Rahman, IACT Project co-Lead
Where: LIVE on our Facebook page*. No need to register, just head to our Facebook page to watch the live feed. We encourage you to ask questions and participate in the kōrero as much as you like via the live comment feed.
*If you don’t have a Facebook account but would like to tune in, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll suss something out. Alternatively, all webinars will be uploaded here on our website for future viewing.