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Trauma from colonialism mapped
The tower of the Otakou Memorial Church Museum. Cover image: Pounamu tiki carved by Des Hetherington. Photos by Gregor Richardson/Ngai Tahu Pounamu.

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The Ngai Tahu Research Centre will share results of a five year research programme on the impact of colonisation on Maori through a series of lectures next week at the University of Canterbury.

He Kokonga Whare is an attempt to document the high rates of trauma Maori people experience and correlated it with a range of health and social problems, from heart disease to imprisonment.

Each of the Roadshow Lectures explores a different topic related to the themes of trauma and healing, including: Maori traditional approaches to trauma; alienation from land; imprisonment; and sexual violence.


 

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