Nunu was one of our very first whānau interview participants. From the outset the words she spoke were powerful and insightful. She’s always so willing to help others, to share her kōrero for the greater good. Our project uses lived experience and qualitative research to inform new justice policy and our whānau participants are at … Continue reading A powerful first insight
One of the most amazing experiences for the He Ture Kia Tika rōpū has been co-creating pūrākau (stories) with whānau who have participated in our rangahau. Participants have shared their diverse journeys to whānau ora (wellbeing and connectedness) and ceasing criminal offending. Recently, we added to our positive experiences by taking the next step in … Continue reading Receiving the taonga of your life story
Kia ora e te whānau,The He Ture Kia Tika rōpū wanted to check in and say we have been working throughout lockdown(s) on our storytelling project, writing and planning next steps of this rangahau. We have already had so many inspiring stories of self-defined success from our whānau, all of whom have lived experience with … Continue reading Can you help? He Ture Kia Tika whānau participants needed.
The He Ture Kia Tika rangahau rōpū are back in action and will be travelling up North in late March. We are keen to collaborate with whānau while there to create stories about journeys towards whānau ora (wellness and connectedness) and ceasing offending. Would you be keen to participate? If you are over 18 years … Continue reading Kia hiwa ra! Kia hiwa ra!
We are keen to collaborate with whānau to create stories about journeys towards whānau ora (wellness and connectedness) and ceasing offending. In this post, we explore what participation in the project would look like. He kohikohinga pūrākau whānau (whānau stories) If you are over 18 years old and have previously experienced incarceration, mental distress and/or … Continue reading Mahi tahi. What collaborating with us would look like for whānau?