Conferences and Other Events
Briefing on: Waitangi Tribunal health kaupapa report WAI 2575 (stage one)
Arguably this report is the most important report on Māori health in decades and a must-read for those teaching health practitioners and undertaking health research. This interactive briefing will overview the report and provide expert commentary via the Taupua Waiora team.
Waitangi Tribunal – “We recommend that the Crown acknowledge the overall failure of the legislative and policy framework of the New Zealand primary health care system to improve Māori health outcomes”
AUT South Campus MB317 and AUT North Campus AE114 - On Tuesday 16 July, 1-2pm
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Decolonising and indigenising health curriculum: Lessons from Australia
Visiting scholars and educationists Dr Vanessa Lee (University of Sydney) and Dr Leanne Coombe (University of Queensland) from the Public Heath Indigenous Leadership in Education Network will share stories, tips and strategies to support paper, programme and discipline leaders decolonise white curriculm and affirm indigenous realities.
AUT South Campus 12-2pm Wednesday 10th July 2019
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A conversation with Professor Derek Griffith
Hidden in plain sight: Why gender and men’s health may be keys to achieving health equity
Co-chaired by Isaac Warbrick and El-Shadan Tautolo
Hosted by Taupua Waiora Centre for Māori Health Research, School of Public Health and Psychosocial Health, AUT South Campus. 16 April 2019.
All Together Better Health Conference – 3-6 Sept 2018
Keynote Speaker: Professor Denise Wilson
A Conversation with Dr Dominic O’Sullivan
Indigenous Health, Indigenous Sovereignty, Indigenous Rights
Strategies for applying te Tiriti o Waitangi within your health practice. Dr Heather Came
TOAH-NNEST 2018 webinar series
There are over 100+ health related Waitangi Tribunal claims currently before the Tribunal. These are instances where the health system has failed Māori and breached te Tiriti. The social and cultural costs of this failure are significant to all New Zealanders. This webinar will revisit why we should care about te Tiriti and will clarify current thinking in relation to the distinction between te Tiriti, the Treaty and the Crown-defined Treaty principles. This session will offer ideas about how to work with the articles of te Tiriti and encourage you to take action to uphold te Tiriti and challenge institutional racism within your sphere of influence. Te Tiriti is a collective responsibility for all health workers to engage with if we are going to end breaches of te Tiriti and achieve health equity in our lifetime.
Watch this space.