Upcoming events

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Haerenga ki Te Tairāwhiti (East Coast): 7 – 9 August 2020

Hosted by Pane Kawhia we will be staying at Whareponga Marae, Ruatoria. Minivans will be going from Tamaki-Mākaurau, Rotorua and the Waikato. Registrations are now closed.

Tatou Pounamu: Stories form Puna Wano-Bryant and Sir David Moxon.  Saturday 17 October at Grey Lynn, Auckland.  An evening of kai and kōrero. Ticketed event. $80 p/person $55 p/student.

 

Te Whakaputanga (Declaration of Independence) at Waitangi – 27 – 28 October 2020. We will be staying at Waitangi camp grounds and participating in these commemorations.

Auckland Wānanga January 2020 @ 49 Cape Horn Road, Venn Foundation, Hillsborough, entry by koha.

Hīkoi ki Waitangi 2021:  4 – 7 February. Our annual event over the Waitangi Day commemorations. Registrations will open in October.

Rēkohu Haerenga (Chatham Islands) May 2021 – details TBC.  Five day haerenga departing from Wellington.

PREVIOUS EVENTS:

Ōtautahi Hui hosted by Te Raranga: Saturday 10th August 2019

Te Pūtake o Te Riri – Taranaki: The origins of the conflict – a commemoration of the land wars in Aotearoa. Sunday 27th – Thursday 31st Oct 2019. We will hosting a group to attend these commemorations which take place in different parts of Taranaki. We have the great privilege of staying at Te Niho, Parihaka.

Te Rongopai, Kīngitanga & the Waikato Wars: a Karuwhā haerenga, 4 – 5 May 2019.  

Join Karuwhā for a very special and full weekend of visiting important historical sites with narrations from tangata whenua and historians.  Sites will include Rangariri, Ngāruawahia, Rangiaowhia, Tokaanu, Rangaiiti Marae and Tarore’s grave. We will follow the waiata of ‘E pā tō hau’ leading us into the rohe of Tūwharetoa.

Tauranga Moana Apology Haerenga 30 Nov – 2 Dec 2018
Be apart of history and support the apology taking place from the Anglican church to two hapū from Tauranga Moana: Ngāti Tapu and Ngai Tamarāwaho. Join a Karuwhā rōpu (group) to hear the narrative behind this apology on Friday night and on Saturday participate by serving and observing. Sunday connect with one of the oldest churches in the region in a bilingual service. This apology has been worked towards for the last decade and is seen to be an act that will hopefully begin the process of healing after a betrayal of trust – a gesture that hopefully will be strengthened in the future by a symbolic return of some land.

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