Tātai Hono are a research group made up of Ngāruahine uri looking at iwi engagement.  We would like to bring together a group of Ngāruahine rangatahi (youth) to join our research group for ‘Kai & Kōrero’ on Friday 30 August, 2019. The idea is to bring together like-minded rangatahi to start some conversations around what they see for their future as Ngāruahine uri!

We hope to;
* connect and build relationships with our rangatahi
* share, discuss and understand your perspectives on iwi engagement, leadership, connections, politics, society, culture and the future of our iwi
* talk about our research project; Tātai Hono

We only have a small budget this time, so are asking for rangatahi to share with us some information about themselves and what it means to be Ngāruahine – we will then select up to 12 rangatahi to join us for this networking opportunity.

If you’re 18-25 years old, whakapapa to one of the six hapū groupings of Ngāruahine iwi and are keen to share some of your whakaaro on what it means to be Ngāruahine, please complete the short application here.

Venue (tbc, but will be within South Taranaki)
Date: Friday, 30 August 2019
Time: 6.00pm – 8.30pm (please allow some time either side for travel to and from dinner venue)

Expenses will be paid (koha for petrol for those travelling out of town, transport to and from dinner and dinner costs). Rangatahi will also be transported to Te Korowai o Ngāruahine Annual General Meeting on Saturday 31 August, 2019 if rangatahi would like to attend.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!

E tū Ngāruahine!

Nā Te rōpū rangahau o Tātai Hono
Dee Sciascia, Will Edwards & Arama Rata