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Te Toka Tūmoana : supporting the navigation of indigenous wellbeing in colonised waters Leonie Pihama. Presentation to IUSTI Asia Pacific Sexual Health Congress 2018, Tāmaki Mākaurau

By: Pihama, Leonie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : 2018Subject(s): IUSTI Asia Pacific Sexual Health Congress -- 1-3 November 2018 -- Auckland, New Zealand | COLONISATION | HEALTH | HISTORICAL TRAUMA | INDIGENOUS PEOPLES | MĀORI | PREVENTION | RACISM | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | SEXUALITY EDUCATION | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | YOUNG PEOPLE | AUKATI TŪKINOTANGA | HAUORA TAIHEMAHEMA | HŌKAKATANGA | IWI TAKETAKE | MĀTAURANGA | PĀMAMAE HEKE IHO | TAIPŪWHENUATANGA | TAITAMARIKI | TAITŌKAI | WHAKAHĀWEA IWI | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: "In closing it is important that IUSTI18 conference think deeply about how you engage with Māori and Indigenous Peoples in this sector, how you consider the historical, colonial and intergenerational trauma that impacts on our communities, how do you all as participants take the opportunity to advocate for the rights of Māori and Indigenous peoples to self-determine our own sexual and reproductive health across research, policy, funding and services in Aotearoa, Australia and the Pacific, and how do you challenge the continued systemic racism that enables agencies and organisations to continue to reproduce the ongoing marginalization and under resourcing of Indigenous initiatives in this sector." (Author's closing summary). Record #6149
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"In closing it is important that IUSTI18 conference think deeply about how you engage with Māori and Indigenous Peoples in this sector, how you consider the historical, colonial and intergenerational trauma that impacts on our communities, how do you all as participants take the opportunity to advocate for the rights of Māori and Indigenous peoples to self-determine our own sexual and reproductive health across research, policy, funding and services in Aotearoa, Australia and the Pacific, and how do you challenge the continued systemic racism that enables agencies and organisations to continue to reproduce the ongoing marginalization and under resourcing of Indigenous initiatives in this sector." (Author's closing summary). Record #6149