World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education

Oct. 7, 2022, 1:05 p.m.

Ngawaiata Evans (Ngāti Kahu) spent last week in South Australia in Adelaide at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education. She acknowledges "Te Iwi Kaurna" who are tangata whenua in Adelaide and the mahi they're undertaking to establish rangatiratanga. Evans adds, "they were very pleased about the kōrero the students of Pukemiro shared" understanding that not all indigenous iwi have the same resources and recognition that te reo Māori has.


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