Recovering the Story

A wise person once said, ‘without a vision, the people perish’. It is equally true to say that without an understanding of its own past, a society cannot make good decisions about its present and future. To comprehend the past of a society is to understand what makes that society tick, or not tick. Societal ‘self-awareness’ is crucial to our collective life, today and tomorrow.

Our history is exciting, complex, riveting, traumatic and hugely inspirational.  We want to be moved to deeper thought and action regarding the implications of the story for ourselves individually, our communities, and our national life.

Here is a comprehensive collection of resources for all ages and learning stages.  Feel free to contact us if you can’t find what you are looking for and we would be happy to help.

2 Replies to “Recovering the Story”

  1. Hello I enjoyed the session in Christchurch today. 10aug. Where are the mentioned resources please? I can’t find them on this web site. Ngā mihi. John

  2. Kia ora John, great to have you at the Ōtautahi hui – my apologies for not seeing this comment earlier. Go under the ‘Recovering Stories’ tab and then click ‘Research’.

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