DUE to popular demand, we have added another Auckland date: Wed 9 August (Tue 8 is now fully-booked)
Every trustee, trust manager and grants advisor needs an understanding of our nation’s founding document, Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and what it means for their work in philanthropy.
We’re proud to offer one-day Treaty workshops in Auckland Tue 8 (FULL) and Wed 9 August specifically for those working in funding. It is designed to be particularly helpful for non-Māori funders who want to question and explore the Treaty’s implications in a positive, interactive learning environment.
Please note, due to unforeseen circumstances, the 20 July Christchurch workshop has been postponed.
The Auckland workshops will be facilitated by Kim Penetito and Joe Waru.
You will come away with an improved understanding of what the Treaty means, its relevance today and some of the practical implications for philanthropy.
Auckland Facilitators: Kim Penetito and Joe Waru
Kim Penetito has nearly 20 years’ experience in community development—fostering cooperative relationships between government agencies and community organisations. She has a masters in social work and education, which she applies in her work supporting Māori and Pacific islanders to succeed on many levels. Kim has mentored leaders throughout teams and organisations, and continuously pushes for positive change. Kim’s cultural knowledge and overall perspective has led her to work with many NGOs, facilitating discussion around issues of race and disempowerment. She is an Associate of LEAD – Centre for not-for-profit leadership and the Co-Director of Haua Partnerships Ltd developed the tool BRAVE CONVERSATIONS, to aid the facilitation of whakawhitiwhiti Korero between Maori and non-Maori.
Joe Waru is currently employed as a Cultural Worker with Kari Centre (ADHB) working with adolescent mental health. He has a strong background in social work including such roles as: Coordinator Rūnanga o Kura Kaupapa Māori in Auckland, Youth Justice Coordinator working with youth offenders, Care and Protection Social Work and Northern Regional Māori Practice Leader PSN.
Joe has long been involved with the Kōhanga Reo and Kura Kaupapa Māori movements and has spent six years facilitating Treaty workshops, bicultural organisational development, cultural supervision and cultural responsiveness awareness for organisations.