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Come join us for our second Kai Tahi session

04 Apr 2022 12:27 PM | Anonymous

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 or visit the PHANZ Facebook 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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