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July 26, 2015 | by  | in Opinion |
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Ngā Taura Umanga

Ko te kaupapa whānui o Ngā Taura Umanga he poipoi i te whaiora o te iwi Māori, ka mutu, ko tō mātou aronga matua ko te tautoko i te iwi Māori kia eke rātou ki ngā taumata ikeike i roto i ngā kaupapa ūmanga katoa.

Ko mātou te rōpū tauira Māori mō ngā mahi pākihi, tauhokohoko hoki ki te Whare Wananga o te Upoko o te Ika. Ka tautoko matou i ngā tauira e whai ana i te mātauranga pakihi, ka mutu, ki te whakakikī i o rātou kete mātauranga. Ko te aroha, te kotahitanga, te manaakitanga me te wairuatanga ngā pou o tō mātou whare.

Ka ū tonu matou o Ngā Taura Umanga ki te tautoko i ngā tauira ki tēnei whare wananga, ka whai wā hoki matou ki te tautoko i ngā tauira e hiahia ana ki te haere ki ngā momo hui me ngā wananga mō ngā mahi pakihi. Pērā ki ēnei momo hui:

  • Ngā Wānanga Ako
  • Te Huinga Tauira
  • Te Hui a Tau mō ngā Kaitatau Māori o Aotearoa

Ka whai wāhi ēnei hui mō te whakawhanaungatanga o te tauira ki te tauira, te tauira ki te matanga kaitatau hoki. He maha ngā hua o ēnei momo hui mō te whai mahi, te whai tuakana i roto i ngā mahi pakihi, te whakangungu, te poipoi hoki i ngā tauira i a rātou e whakanui ana i te reo Māori, i ngā tikanga Māori hoki.

Kōmiti Whakahaere 2015:

  • Shanae Faletutulu – Tumuaki Wahine (Female President)
  • Eli Waata-Amai – Tumuaki Tane (Male President)
  • Arama Wakefield – Kaituhi (Secretary)
  • Allandria Puna– Kaitautoko Pūtea (Treasurer)
  • Briana Kingi – Kōmiti Whakahaere (Executive Member)
  • Stevie Hadfield– Kōmiti Whakahaere (Executive Member)
  • Chris Renwick – Kōmiti Whakahaere (Executive Member)
  • Tipene Teauraki Kapa-Kingi – Kōmiti Whakahaere (Executive Member)

Nau mai, haere mai e te iti, e te rahi; whakatau mai hei kaitautoko, hei kaimahi o te kōmiti rānei!

Īmera mai: ngatauraumanga@gmail.com

Whai mai mā te Pukamata (Facebook) rānei: Nga Taura Umanga—VUW Maori Commerce Students’ Association

Nō reira, tēnā koutou tēnā koutou, tēnā tatou katoa!

Noho ora mai whānau!

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