WEBINAR: 0800Haumi: Allies in action
🌱 Kaikōrero / Speakers: Jen Margaret + Julia Whaipooti
🔥 FIRESIDE CHAT
Julia Whaipooti (Ngāti Porou) and Jen Margaret (Pākehā) discuss the frequent calls Māori receive from Pākehā for knowledge/support/work/advice etc and when and how Pākehā acting as haumi/allies might respond. The discussion will draw from an array of questions/situations that Julia and Jen experience in their daily lives and work.
★ JULIA WHAIPOOTI ★
Julia Amua Whaipooti is an aunty, a Ngāti and a staunch advocate for systemic change.
She is a Senior Advisor at the Children’s Commission and Advisor to Justspeak. She was appointed by Minister of Justice Andrew Little as the youngest member of the Independent Justice Advisory Group, and also led New Zealand’s delegation to the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City in April 2018.
She has been involved in the Community Law movement as a volunteer, advocate, lawyer and National Māori Co-ordinator and believes in the rights of all mokopuna to be allowed to reach their full potential.
★ JEN MARGARET ★
Jen Margaret (Pākehā) is a Te Tiriti educator and advocate.
She has researched the work of non-indigenous allies in North America, Australia and Aotearoa. The findings are published in her book Working as allies: supporters of indigenous justice reflect (2013).
She has also authored Ngā Rerenga o Te Tiriti: Community organisations engaging with the Treaty of Waitangi (2016) and The State of the Pākehā Nation 2018. Jen lives in Te Whanganui a Tara / Wellington where, through Groundwork: Facilitating Change, she provides workshops to support Te Tiriti honouring change.
On the day of, go to this link: https://zoom.us/j/394588017