Mā Te Rae Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Evaluation
Through the conference (7 – 9th February 2019) it is the organisers vision to connect, share and move forward together, affirming and celebrating our indigenous ways of knowing and being, to self-determine and lead our futures.Te Papaiouru Marae, Mataiawhea Street, Ohinemutu, Rotorua Events & workshops07 Feb 19 — 09 Feb 19
Mā Te Rae is holding its inaugural conference: The Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Evaluation. Keynote speakers include Dr Manulani Aluli Meyer (Hawai'i), Paora Te Hurihanganui, Marcus Akuhata-Brown and Richard Weston (Australia).
Hosted by Mā te Rae Conference Committee - Roxanne Smith, Kataraina Pipi, Nan Wehipeihana, Fiona Cram, Debbie Goodwin, Louise Were, Laurie Porima and Maxine Graham
The conference is to be held: 7 – 9th February 2019.
How does your practice as an indigenous evaluator serve the dreams and aspirations of our indigenous communities?
How can we collectively support the growth and acknowledgement of indigenous evaluative theory and practice into the future?
The organisers extend an invitation to engage with indigenous evaluators and communities across Aotearoa and the world to the first Indigenous evaluation conference.
Through the conference it is our vision to connect, share and move forward together, affirming and celebrating our indigenous ways of knowing and being, to self-determine and lead our futures.Register here