Reconnecting with Whānau, Tupuna and Whakapapa while Singing, Laughing, and Playing (Greymouth: West Coast).
The Pā Wars Whānau Wānanga is a place where both culture and whakapapa thrive. Through singing, laughing, and playing, as their ancestors did before them, the Pā Wars Wānanga provide a pathway for whānau to reconnect to one another.
A whānau centric approach aims to provide support for Māori whānau, hapu, and iwi that experience suicide risks and or are bereaved by suicide.
Connect Whā is a campaign that acknowledges the importance of connection. This initiative raises awareness around four points of connection when engaging with community and whānau and their importance in this space.
There are various opinions on how men should be. This stigma has played a massive part in how men are living in today’s society.
E rere ana te karere ki ngā wai riporipo o Te Waipounamu, hei whakapakari i ngā ringaringa o te rangatahi ki te whai oranga mō te whānau.
Koti Whānau Hauora is an initiative in Christchurch that has a core vision to build whānau inclusivity and strengthen whānau and individual resilience.
Mana Tāhuna, a whānau focussed initiative in Queenstown (Tāhuna), is geared towards making daily change for their community.
Tū mai Te Waipounamu! Right in the heart of Southland, a new suicide prevention initiative is making change with the Dunedin youth.
He Manawa Titi, founded on long-held Māori traditions, stories and practices passed down through the generations, is an initiative with a strong focus on rangatahi Māori.