Kia Rangatira Te Mahi - Māori practitioners best practice training seminar - Christchurch - 27-28 Aug 2012
27 - 28 August 2012, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Rehua Marae, Springfield Rd, Edgeware, Christchurch
Organised by: Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga National Network of Stopping Violence
This is a hui for Kai Tahu practitioners working with Māori victims and perpetrators of family and domestic violence – the first to be held in the South Island - organised by Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga
Te Kupenga has developed a best practice framework for Māori men’s stopping violence programmes – Kia Rangatira Te Mahi – which details performance measures, examples and outcomes for seven key intervention principles.
Stopping violence programme providers can use the framework to adopt in practice, evaluate their work or develop plans to implement within their agencies.
Long-time counsellor Paraire Huata will be the leading facilitator of the South Island hui while Darrin Haimona – author of Kia Rangatira Te Mahi – will discuss the ‘working with whānau’ framework.
Presenters will include Māori anti-violence experts such as Tania Mataki, Daniel Mataki, Nathan Mikaere-Wallis, Te Maiariki Williams and Karaitiana Tickell.
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To register contact Parekotuku Moore
Mobile: 0272 144 403