What We Do
to tatou mahi
Tiriti-based practice in health promotion
“This book offers guidance for all who work in the health sector to manage and develop their Treaty based practice ... and recognises power relationships and also the historical, political, and economic context ... Good health and good health practice come from a shared interest in the just-ness of a society. Perhaps more than anything else it is the hope and promise of such just-ness that te Tiriti most enshrines”.
Dr Moana Jackson
STIR is committed to standing in solidarity with others fighting institutional racism
A Virtual Decolonisation Reading Group
“He kanohi hōmiromiro” To have a critical eye
(likened to the Tomtit bird - hōmiromiro)
Hosted by Tamaki Tiriti Workers, STIR: Stop Institutional Racism and ABC: A bicultural caucus this virtual decolonisation reading group meet monthly. Members come from a range of backgrounds, sectors and locations across Aotearoa and beyond.
Join us for a chance to sharpen your mind and discuss decolonisation with like-minded individuals.
Free Treaty-based Practice
Dr Heather Came-Friar and Susan De Silva offer ideas about how to work with the articles of te Tiriti and encourage you to take action to uphold te Tiriti and challenge institutional racism within your sphere of influence.