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Sunday, August 26 • 10:15am - 11:15am

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This discussion will examine the challenges and issues surrounding Maori – Jewish relationships. It will focus on the responsibilities of the Jewish communities of New Zealand in recognising the special status of the Maori in this country.

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Tipene Daniels

Tipene a.k.a. ‘Steve’ Daniels was born in Auckland of  Te Rarawa and Tainui descent. He was educated at Hato Petera College in Northcote and later studied Early Childhood Education, Enrolled Nursing and then Social Work. He has been a Social Worker for Oranga Tamariki and the... Read More →
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Wally Hirsh

After completing two degrees at Victoria University, Wally Hirsh had a full career in the educator sector. In 1985 he was appointed New Zealand's Race Relations Conciliator and a Human Rights Commissioner, a position he held until 1990 when he became a consultant in Ethnic Affairs... Read More →
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Sheree Trotter

Sheree Trotter is a Māori New Zealander and Ph.D candidate (History) at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. She is a researcher, writer and co-founder of Shadows of Shoah, a unique multi-disclipinary Holocaust exhibition.

Sunday August 26, 2018 10:15am - 11:15am
C155 / Jerusalem

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