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Please click here for the flyer: https://teora.maori.nz/wp-admin/upload.php?item=4943 Te Kūwatawata is an inclusive service that provides support for whānau Māori who are in distress or struggling with mentalhealth and addiction. We work together using a holistic...
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Professor Sue Crengle’s Inaugural Speech – Myth takes about Maori and Research
Te ORA Membership Survey 2022
https://youtu.be/LH8yXkEKhMs Tēnā koutou katoa e ngā Ika-ā-whiro o te Ao Hauora – koutou kua whakaekea nei i ngā maunga teitei, e tū tonu pea i te paritū whakamataku, e hēmanawa tonu ana ai! Heaven only knows how hard you are all working and how much we have...
We are excited to be hosting our annual Te ORA Awards Dinner sponsored by MAS on Saturday 30 July 2022 at Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington starting at 6:15pm. Also, on 30 July we will be hosting our final Te ORA Hui ā-Tau 2022 session (session 11) hosted in-person...
It is not acceptable that Māori medical students continue to experience racism during their time at medical school. No student or staff (regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, class, sexual orientation, perceived level of ability, religion) should experience any form...
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https://teora.maori.nz/wp-content/uploads/Formal-Letter-Racism-in-Medical-School.pdf 2nd June To whom it may concern, Racism in medical school is longstanding, the pathology of which, remains inherent in the structure and environment of Pākeha institutions. It is a...
Colonisation has its roots in racism and white supremacy. Any society that has a history of colonisation will have racism and white supremacy embedded into its social values. This is a sad reality but I tend to see it as a Pākehā reality. The more Pākehā feel...
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