Ngahau Davis - Te Rarawa Iwi Summit
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   Te Rarawa Iwi Summit - He Anga Whakamua 

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"The purpose of the Te Rarawa summit is to bring together a broad range of our Te Rarawa whānau and hapū to input into and critique the future direction for Te Rarawa.  Leading to stronger relationships between one another and the consolidation of a long term strategic direction and the development of a shared vision for the future."

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Highlights of a presentation (clip below) by Ngahau Davis of Moerewa - edited for relevance to a local audience in regional Australia and overseas where the same talk is happening, perhaps less eloquently or succinctly.





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