‘Tirohia atu ki ngā Kōmata-o-te-Rangi kia tūrama
ai te ara oranga Māori’
Look up to the highest zenith, to illuminate the
path to Māori wellbeing
Ngā Kōmata-o-te-Rangi; Hauora Hinengaro Māori Mental Health and Addiction Hui is a call to Māori to come together in a proactive stance for our mental health, to give action to our collective voices, and bring positive change for our people.
Hui aims and vision
- To acknowledge our achievements, where we have come from, collective vision, and where we want to go together
- To showcase, and realise, local and national Māori approaches that work for our people and how these types of mental health wellness programmes, can be implemented for our people.
- Realizing Pae ora, oranga tangata, oranga whanau, oranga taiao, oranga Māori for our people
- To explore and agree to a clear action orientated pathway for Hauora Hinengaro Māori
There will be a range of local, and national guests, speakers and discussion, current lineup include Dr Rees Tapsell, Dr Sir Mason Durie, Riki Nia Nia, Dr Lynne Russell, Matthew Tukaki, Michael Naera, Whaea Moe Milne, Turaukawa Bartlett, Lots more speakers to be posted on line.
Midland Scholarship for Registration Fees (only)
We are offering scholarships for Whānau and Whaiora to attend. The scholarship will cover the registration fee only, accommodation is available at the marae.
Due to the shortness of time please complete the scholarship form and return by 21 March at 3.00pm so we can confirm and register successful applicants.