The 2016 Kaupapa Māori Parenting Conference is to explore how cultural strategies for parenting have expanded in number and ingenuity to empower whānau, families to raise their tamariki children in violence free, loving and nurturing ways as our tipuna, ancestors did.The theme is the nature of Parenting and Kaupapa Māori parenting and how ideas, strategies and interventions are being implemented at the community level. There will be a variety of parenting strategies including using pūrākau, creation stories, oriori, lullabies, waiata, songs and music, kopuratanga, visual arts and tikanga, traditional practices and beliefs.
- Dr Annette Squitimkin-Anquoe
- Kuia Naida Glavish
- Dr Will Edwards
- Professor Denise Wilson
Submitted on Tue, 2016-04-26 14:06