Kai Tahi best time to share
Join us on Friday, April 8 for the second Kai Tahi lunchtime session building Māori capacity in public health. Whanaungatanga and learning together in a relaxed format. Mauri Ora!
Kai Tahi arose as a natural start to growing relationships and engagement to build Māori Capacity in public health.
"Just stopping for a friendly cuppa or kai together with open hearts and minds creates space for the magic to flow", says PHANZ Senior Policy Advisor - Māori, Chris Webber, "also a safe space for sharing and clearing the tapu from battle-weary minds".
The sessions also review a set of key 'tangas’ or human practice learnt over centuries in Aotearoa alongside practical experiences in public health shared by guest speakers and participants.
For further information contact Chris@pha.org.nz or visit the PHANZ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/321012866537721 page.
The second Kai Tahi provides a focus on kaitiakitanga and guest speaker Karmin Erueti, PHANZ Māori Caucus Chair, will share public health sector observations.
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