Ka Hao Te Rangatahi: The new net goes fishing
A new generation of leaders navigate our transition from Auckland to Tāmaki Makaurau.
Ka Pū Te Ruha, Ka Hao Te Rangatahi is a traditional whakataukī (parable) often quoted to denote an intergenerational transition or shift in leadership from within an established paradigm towards newer approaches, most often guided by more youthful leaders.
Auckland has a fresh generation of Māori and Moana Oceania leaders who are bringing culturally grounded, whenua and kinship-based, innovative thinking and practices to their work.
These leaders focus on ensuring that indigenous and whanau/’aiga/kāinga (kinship) values are an integral part of our city-shaping, and that the faces of tamariki/mokopuna (children,grandchildren) are woven into our urban and social fabrics for the future.
Join us at this Auckland Conversations as we hear from a panel of emerging Māori and Moana Oceania leaders who will discuss how they are ensuring that the memories and knowledge of past generations are recognised through their work and will articulate their vision for the city centre – one that is uniquely Tāmaki Makaurau.