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Published in 2010, this paper provides a definition of Māori health promotion and discusses Māori health promotion strategic issues to inform practice.  Read it here. - See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/m%C4%81ori-health-promotion-a-comprehensive-definition-and-strategic-considerations.html#sthash.r04HsMI4.dpuf

TUHA-NZ (a Treaty Understanding of Haora in Aotearoa - New Zealand)

HPF offers this document and a two day course to explain how the articles of te Tiriti o Waitangi can be applied in health promotion practice in Aotearoa New Zealand.

- See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/topics.html#sthash.aKG3bKXW.dpuf

TUHA-NZ (a Treaty Understanding of Haora in Aotearoa - New Zealand)

HPF offers this document and a two day course to explain how the articles of te Tiriti o Waitangi can be applied in health promotion practice in Aotearoa New Zealand.

- See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/topics.html#sthash.aKG3bKXW.dpuf

Operation Eight: the Uruwera raids of 2007 are a health promotion issue

Why are the raids of Ruātoki in Uruwera a health promotion issue? What can our profession do to help all those involved, as well as prevent such traumatic effects in the future?  Hauora editor Jo Lawrence-King investigates.

- See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/unlawful-uruwera-raids-as-a-health-promotion-issue.html#sthash.bMfJn3dz.dpuf

Operation Eight: the Uruwera raids of 2007 are a health promotion issue

Why are the raids of Ruātoki in Uruwera a health promotion issue? What can our profession do to help all those involved, as well as prevent such traumatic effects in the future?  Hauora editor Jo Lawrence-King investigates.

- See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/unlawful-uruwera-raids-as-a-health-promotion-issue.html#sthash.bMfJn3dz.dpuf
HPF's Deputy Executive Director explains the close relationship between hauora, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Health Promotion Forum. - See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/hauora-one-of-the-motivators-behind-te-tiriti-o-waitangi1.html#sthash.52I3bAgG.dpuf
HPF's Deputy Executive Director explains the close relationship between hauora, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Health Promotion Forum. - See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/hauora-one-of-the-motivators-behind-te-tiriti-o-waitangi1.html#sthash.52I3bAgG.dpuf

Hauora: one of the motivators behind Te Tiriti o Waitangi

HPF's Deputy Executive Director explains the close relationship between hauora, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Health Promotion Forum.

 

Whanau Ora: a model for people around the world

Hon Tariana Turia has spoken of the value of Whanau Ora and Hon Tony Ryall is reportedly considering funding a community health promotion programme.  HPF's Executive Director Sione Tu'itahi believes Whanau Ora is a model of hauora that has relevance not just across New Zealand but around the world.  Read the news article here.

 

Inquiry into the determinants of wellbeing for tamariki Māori.  December 2013

This report, from the Māori Affairs Committee, concludes that poverty is a major barrier to the wellbeing of tamariki Māori.  The authors call on all New Zealanders to support the work being done to improve the wellbeing of our tamariki, and New Zealand as a whole.  They encourage a collaborative approach between agencies and organisations to support the Whānau Ora - and similar - approach to working with Māori whānau.  They unambiguously reject a silo mentality.

 

Operation Eight: the Uruwera raids of 2007 are a health promotion issue

Why are the raids of Ruātoki in Uruwera a health promotion issue? What can our profession do to help all those involved, as well as prevent such traumatic effects in the future?  Jo Lawrence-King investigates in this feature article from our Spring/Summer issue of Hauora.

 

TUHA-NZ (a Treaty Understanding of Hauora in Aotearoa - New Zealand)

HPF offers this document and a two day course to explain how the articles of te Tiriti o Waitangi can be applied in health promotion practice in Aotearoa New Zealand.

 

Māori health promotion - a comprehensive definition and strategic considerations

This paper, published in 2010 offers a definition of Māori health promotion and discusses Māori health promotion strategic issues.

 

Māori health horizons

The Paerangi lectures in 2009 by Professor Sir Mason Durie included:

Lecture 1: Pae Matatū - sustaining the Māori estate

Lecture 2: Pae Ora: Māori Health Horizons

Lecture 3: Pae Mana: Waitangi and the evolving state.

- See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/m%C4%81ori.html#sthash.ThnF2jFx.dpuf
Published in 2010, this paper provides a definition of Māori health promotion and discusses Māori health promotion strategic issues to inform practice.  Read it here. - See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/m%C4%81ori-health-promotion-a-comprehensive-definition-and-strategic-considerations.html#sthash.r04HsMI4.dpuf
Published in 2010, this paper provides a definition of Māori health promotion and discusses Māori health promotion strategic issues to inform practice.  Read it here. - See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/m%C4%81ori-health-promotion-a-comprehensive-definition-and-strategic-considerations.html#sthash.r04HsMI4.dpuf

Māori health horizons

The Paerangi lectures in 2009 by Professor Sir Mason Durie included:

Lecture 1: Pae Matatū - sustaining the Māori estate

Lecture 2: Pae Ora: Māori Health Horizons

Lecture 3: Pae Mana: Waitangi and the evolving state.

 

Māori health horizons

The Paerangi lectures in 2009 by Professor Sir Mason Durie included:

Lecture 1: Pae Matatū - sustaining the Māori estate

Lecture 2: Pae Ora: Māori Health Horizons

Lecture 3: Pae Mana: Waitangi and the evolving state.

- See more at: http://www.hauora.co.nz/m%C4%81ori.html#sthash.ThnF2jFx.dpuf

Whānau Ora

A world perspective of Whānau Ora  asks the question: will it work?  A paper published in 2011 in The Lancet by Johns Hopkins University student Ted Alcorn puts both sides of the debate.  

Whānau Ora is a programme unique to Aotearoa  New Zealand.  It takes a new approach to health promotion for Māori; putting communities in the driving seat. 

 

He Mara Kai

Theresa Wharekura, Manager, Te Kupenga Hauora shares "Mara Kai' with a view of project initiation pre Healthy Eating Healthy Action (HEHA) efforts and post HEHA funding culminating with the kohunga whanau determined to continue despite cuts. He Mara Kai.

 

Another R Word

Denis McLeod, Manager, Toiora shows humour and sense with his thought provoking piece. Another R Word

 

Enlightenment, engagement and empowerment

Health Promotion: Enlightenment, engagement and empowerment.
A workshop with Professor Mason Durie 17 September 2009.

Power point presentations
Part 1 Part 2

 

General comment on indigenous children and their rights under the Convention

The comment from January 2009 urges state parties to adopt a rights-based approach to indigenous children based on teh Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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