2019 marked our 25th Anniversary, and one of the early highlights of the year was the gifting of our Māori name, Te Whītau Tūhono, by Hokimoana Te Rika-Hekerangi, of Ruatāhana within Ngāi Tūhoe.
Executive director Simon Draper writes about what has been happening over the last month, and what we can look forward to in June.
Simon Draper looks back on the month that's been and the activities the Foundation has been involved in.
Kia ora. Seeing this is my first newsletter of 2019, I’ll start off by wishing everyone Happy New Year, particularly as lunar new year is currently being celebrated by various Asian communities across
As we exit the winter months and enter the spring season, there is certainly a sense of vibrancy here at the Foundation.
Building and maintaining connections with our partners in New Zealand and Asia is at the heart of what we do as an organisation, and the past month our focus at the Foundation has been on doing just t
March at the Foundation revolved around our Honorary Advisers meeting – a biennial event that brings together the group of highly respected individuals from Asia and New Zealand that the Foundation tu
The events of this week were not exactly how we would have liked to usher in the year of the Ox.
The opening of our formal presence in the South Island was the highlight of the past few weeks at the Foundation.
In this month's ED Update executive director Simon Draper looks at some of the way the Foundation has been reaching out to stakeholders while face-to-face activities are still largely on hold.
Tēnā anō koe. As I’m sure you’re all aware, this week is Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.