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Te Whaihanga Project - up for Local Project Challenge Award
Posted 10 02 2020
Hui 2016 at Tānenuiarangi Wharenui, Waipapa Marae, University of Auckland to identify potential scenarios for the video resources.
Left to right: Thomas De Thierry (Oruawhenua Kaipara, CEO of Te Hana Te Ao Marama, part of Ngāti Whātua), Dr. Vincent Malcolm-Buchanan, (Researcher), Tame Te Rangi, (Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Whātua Tūhoronuku Group Representative), Dr. Diane Menzies (NZILA), Asena Tolungamaka, Lena Henry and Professor Andrew Barrie, (UoA School of Architecture and Planning), Dr. Biddy Livesey (Researcher), Neil Challenger (NZILA), Dr. Kepa Morgan (UoA Assoc. Professor Engineering).
Engaging with Māori - Decolonising the professions
The Te Whaihanga project has been submitted for a Local Project Challenge Award at the UN-Habitat World Urban Forum (WUF10) in Abu Dhabi.
CATEGORY: Education SETTING: Urban STATUS: On-going
BY: University of Auckland and Ako Aotearoa
VIEW THE ENTRY here
Awards will be announced at the UN World Urban Forum 10 on February 12, 2020, and posted online.
Training workshop February 2018 University of Auckland to launch the training materials with colleagues from UoA, UNTIEC, AUT, VUW).
Left to right front row: Lena Henry (University of Auckland), Rau Hoskins (UNITEC), Professor Dory Reeves (UoA).
Ako Aotearoa Colloquium in Wellington at end of project Nov 2018 with project leaflets.
Left to right: Jill Tanner-Lloyd (National Communications and Marketing Manager) Helen Lomax (Director) and Beatrice Dias-Wanigasekera (Project Funds Manager) from (Ako Aotearoa), Maria Rodgers, Jacqueline McIntosh and Bruno Marques from (VUW), Professor Dory Reeves (Project co-lead, UoA)