A New Appearance for IACT


As Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tāhono continues to grow and evolve, we take the time to pause and reflect on the changes that have occurred within our kaupapa and constellations. With this, we sought a new image that represents our yearning for community connection and inclusion in Aotearoa.

The kupu Tāhono derives from ‘hono’, meaning to link or connect, and the prefix ‘ta’, which translates to ‘to cause’. Together, they signify the act of causing connections and bringing people together.

Our new logo holds true to Tāhono. Arms, or raranga strands, reach outwards in hope and weave together, symbolising the multicultural inclusion that is so key to our work.