Tag Archives: Tamariki

Children and Protest Marches

“She was merely an onlooker and declared that I should not have brought my four year old daughter with me because it was too ‘noisy and scary’ for her. “You think this is bad!” I jolted. “You should see how … Continue reading

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Pondering 2012……

31 December 2011 Actually before I start on next year I better look at 2011 first. Woah – freaky year! Around the end of 2010 I decided to pitch in with a few other like-minded wāhine and add our voice … Continue reading

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Hei oranga mā te whānau

Dr Leonie Pihama, Māori And Indigenous Analysis Ltd., Te Kotahi Institute, University of Waikato Dr Leonie Pihama Over the past few days I have been participating in the NZ Association for Research in Education annual conference. NZARE is a time … Continue reading

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