Phone / 06 758 4685
Email / email@example.com
35 Leach Street, New Plymouth
This kaupapa is aimed at bringing Te Atiawa rangatahi together to enhance the connnection to their tūrangawaewae through the delivery of wānanga.
The key purpose of the wānanga will be Te Atiawatanga, Hapūtanga, Whānaungatanga, which is to strengthen the feeling of belonging amongst Te Atiawa rangatahi and deepen their connection to the iwi, the hapū, the marae, the people and the whenua.
The total people that identified as Te Atiawa in the 2013 census were 23,094. The proportion of the Te Atiawa population that were aged between 15-29 years was 5,181 (22.4%). The rangatahi wānanga will predominantly be targeted toward this age group with the potential to extend the age to 40 years.
For more information about Te Kāhui Rangatahi o Te Atiawa please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will also post updates about upcoming wānanga so stay tuned.
What: Rangatahi wānanga to develop the connections with your iwi, to strengthen the connections with your hapū and to enhance the connections with each other
Who: Te Atiawa rangatahi and pākeke from the ages of 13 to 40 that connect with one or more of our Te Atiawa hapū
When: Friday 24 November to Sunday 26 November, Powhiri at 5pm
Where: Owae Marae, 16 North Street, Waitara
Registration: email email@example.com to request a registration pack