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Te Ara Pounamu: A Tiriti-dynamic system 430.79 KB

On 26 November 2020, Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency hosted a national virtual hui that brought together public and population health leaders and practitioners to connect and reflect on proposed system changes, challenges and future opportunities in Aotearoa New Zealand. The themes and views from this event are discussed in this document. These include:

  1. Share power at decision-making tables
  2. Apply kaupapa Māori approaches to resourcing decisions 
  3. Make time to build authentic relationships with iwi and communities 
  4. Share and amplify successful iwi-led and community-driven models
  5. Embed Te Tiriti articles into organisational culture and workforce development practices 
  6. Mandate inclusion of mātauranga Māori into health education and training 
  7. Collect robust data and stories and share them meaningfully
  8. Conduct health impact assessments 
  9. Develop and implement infrastructure for joint learning.
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