Workshop information: Neurological Association of New Zealand
Te Tiriti o Waitangi, Equity and Health – blended delivery workshop
A sound understanding of the history and current relevance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and colonisation is vital for effective service delivery in the health sector.
Tailored for NANZ, this workshop provides an overview of the role and relevance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in heath provision today. Through this workshop participants will:
Gain an understanding of the underpinnings of health inequity for Māori
Build an appreciation of the relevance of Te Tiriti to achieving health equity
Identify Te Tiriti honouring actions specific to their work
Content and Delivery:
Part 1 – Te Tiriti overview
A shared understanding of the context of Te Tiriti is critical to discussions of current Te Tiriti relevance and application. This module provides a basic understanding of:
Te Tiriti context and content
Colonisation and its impacts
Current issues and action
Delivery: 2.5 hours self-directed online learning (videos and readings). To be completed prior to Part 2. The link to this will be emailed to participants on the 19th October, allowing 14 days to complete this. Late registrations (after the 17th October) will need to complete this pre learning in whatever time frame remains.
Part 2 –Te Tiriti, Equity and Health
This participatory workshop focuses on key Te Tiriti issues and Te Tiriti implementation in the health sector. Appreciating the relationship between Te Tiriti, colonisation and current health inequities stimulates participants’ willingness to act. Understanding the imperative to act, and Te Tiriti as a framework for action, provides fertile ground for participants to identify collective and personal responses. Delivery includes a mix of presentation, group work and facilitated discussion, covering:
Key issues in health o Crown responsibilities - Wai2575 findings and sector changes
Colonisation as a determinant of health inequity
Institutional racism and implicit bias
What can we do?
Te Tiriti as a framework for action
Collective/personal actions to facilitate organisational change
Workshop provider: Groundwork: Facilitating Change’s skilled and knowledgeable facilitators enjoy working with individuals and organisations to support understanding and application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Groundwork’s clients include: MidCentral DHB, Health Quality and Safety Commission, PHARMAC, New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine, the Ministry of Education, Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga and StatsNZ.
Groundwork is led by Jen Margaret (Pākehā) who has been active in Treaty education for over 20 years. Jen is the author of Working as allies: supporters of indigenous justice reflect and Ngā Rerenga o Te Tiriti: community organisations engaging with the Treaty of Waitangi.
To register : select conference registration button , Cost is $300.00 Incl GST