This session explores the Core Competency 'Practices whai wāhitanga – creating space for youth participation'. This is informed by the Mana Taiohi principle of Whai Wāhitanga.
This session explores 'Youth workers are reflective practitioners, informed by rich and diverse mātauranga'. This competency is informed by the Mana Taiohi principle of Mātauranga.
In this session, Jane Zintl will explore the Core Competency 'Upholds and extends manaakitanga - caring for young people, ensuring their holistic safety'. This is connected to the Mana Taiohi principle of Manaakitanga.
This session will be exploring 'Works in a strengths based and mana enhancing (uplifting) way'. This Core Competency is informed by the Mana Taiohi principle Mana Manaakitanga.
Join Simon Mareko and a group of Pasifika men as they explore Hononga – Identifying And Strengthening Connectedness. This session includes reflections on past quality connections, methods for fostering quality connections and other pearls of wisdom.
This session explores prioritising whanaungatanga - the building of quality relationships. This is related to the Mana Taiohi principle of Whanaungatanga.
This session is on Core Competency 4 - Practices Te Tiriti-based partnerships. The related Mana Taiohi Principle is Whakapapa Te Ao.
This session explores Core Competency 2 and is hosted by Tane Keepa - Supports the development of identity. This relates to the Mauri Whakapapa Mana Taiohi principle.
John Harrington explores the third Core Competency in this session - Critically reflects on the context of youth work in Aotearoa. This is connected to the Whakapapa (of youth work) Mana Taiohi principle.
This is the first of ten webinars unpacking the Core Competencies of Youth Work in Aotearoa. In this first session, Fiona Beals discusses CC #1 - Understands the Context of Young People. The connected Mana Taiohi principle is Te Ao Taiohi Whakapapa Mauri.
Dr Kelsey Deane explores tensions surrounding different conceptualisations of what is and what leads to positive youth development and wellbeing from three popular international perspectives: adolescent health, resilience and Positive Youth Development.
Donna and Emma kick-off the INVOVLE Webinar Series with their whakaaro on the Office of the Children’s Commissioner's Life in Lockdown Report.
This session summarises and redefines ”strengths-based” practice, builds upon existing strengths-focused and mana-enhancing approaches, offers ways of reframing your language, provides skills and frameworks for creating change and hope with young people.
Matekino is the kaihautū for Ara Taiohi and a massive voice in the creation of Mana Taiohi. He brings a wealth of knowledge on Mana and Mauri as well as the entirety of Mana Taiohi and how it all fits together. Trust us. This is not a session to be missed!