Te Ara Moana


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59B Kitemoana Street, Orakei, Auckland

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2 DAY WORKSHOP Participants 18-25 years


Running Time: 2 Days - Friday 8am-5pm, Saturday 9am - 5pm
Interval: Lunch provided both days

Venue Location

59B Kitemoana Street, Orakei, Auckland



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The intention of the Te Ara Moana Indigenous Youth Leadership Summit (TAMIYLS) is to gather in a spirit of unity and to collaborate, so we can understand and apply indigenous ways that have been handed down to us by our ancestors for centuries.

Te Ara Moana 2019 is packed with inspiring Key Note speakers and fun filled workshops. Youth between the ages 18 - 25 will attend in a courageous attempt to connect indigenous cultures to inspire each other and create leaders in the process.

Te Ara Moana means 'the sea pathway' and it is the ancient tidal pathway that connects us throughout Te Moana Nui A Kiwa 'The Pacific Ocean'. It has connected our Islands, whakapapa, stories, and collective narrative. Known by Tohunga (learned/skilled person) it was used as the primary source of navigation between various islands within the South Pacific Ocean. This powerful metaphor provides the kaupapa for ’Te Ara Moana’ the Indigenous Youth Leadership Summit.

Our key question for the Hui is: How can our cultural ways assist us in 'navigating' through the 21st century?