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Drs' Diana Kopua & Michelle Levy, Tohunga Mark Kopua and invited guests have put together a series of publications to contribute and sanctify our ever changing world.

Te Whare Wānanga o Te Kurahuna

Tēnei te Po Nau Mai Te Ao - Transformation in Action

Be brave, be bold, be curious, and embrace the potential of Mahi a Atua and Te Kurahuna!
Diana Kopua, Mark Kopua and Michelle Levy

Te Whare Wānanga o Te Kurahuna Report 2021

An overview of our activities and finances in the 2021 financial year.

Did you know?!

Despite high levels of health INEQUITY for MĀORI being well documented and widely discussed for several DECADES this INEQUITY has PERSISTED.

Over 30 years later INSTITUTIONAL RACISM continues to be positioned as CENTRAL in addressing health inequity for Māori.

Māori voices have for decades, asserted that if inequities for Māori are to be addressed, Whānau MUST be placed at the CENTRE of solutions.

Exerts taken from Te Kurahuna Report, Tēnei te Pō, nau mai te Ao: Transformation in action. Oct 2021

How we opererationalise the principle Tēnei te Pō, Nau mai te Ao in our workplace

Taken from a Te Kurahuna karakia this principle speaks to our purpose, it speaks to indigenising our space as we work towards confronting institutional racism, transforming systems and shifting mindsets by upholding and insisting that mātauranga Māori guides us in our practice.

This is the space of potential where, as a collective, we confront our anxieties as we practice te reo Māori with one another, where we reawaken dormant frequencies by chanting mōteatea as a team and where we are constantly striving to stand strong in a Māori world view, committed to indigenous design and implementation even though the tides of deeply set colonised thinking continue their threat to consume us.

Mahi a Atua: A Māori approach to mental health

Racism, Mātauranga Māori and ADHD: An Interview With Dr Diana Kopua

Dr Diana Kopua: Her upbringing, her career journey, and how her approach to health is smashing white supremacy

​Identifying Māori leaders who influence & contribute to Māori health and wellbeing

Factors that facilitate and constrain the utilisation of a Kaupapa Maori therapeutic approach with Mahi-a-Atua

What are we waiting for? Actualising Mental Health in Whānau Ora


This paper was written in 2019


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