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Huitahi Tuputahi | Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Join Claudette Hauiti every Thursday from 10am to 10:30am for Huitahi Tuputahi, Learn together, grow together.

A program that provides a Māori response to domestic violence. Violence and various forms of abuse is totally unacceptable at anytime. Huitahi Tuputahi takes a weekly look at domestioc violence and discusses what a Māori approach can do to help our people.

Huitahi, Tuputahi. Learn Together, Grow Together with your host Claudette Hauiti. Brought to you by Tuwahine Trust.
A Kaupapa Māori response to domestic violence.


 

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 1 - 23/11/2017

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 
Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at Kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council. If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact Tū Wāhine Trust on 09-838 8700, or any of the Agencies below.
 
In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with Raewyn Bhana CEO SAFVPN. The Safer Aotearoa Family Violence Prevention Network Association, promoting, safe families, building strong communities, by 'Walking in Wisdom with our Communities to Mobilize Community Strengths and Create Violence Free Environments for future generations'. If you wish to contact Raewyn Bhana and SAFVPN you can call them on (09) 278 9266. SAFVPN website is HERE. If you want to contact White Ribbon you can find them HERE.

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 2 - 30/11/2017

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 
Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue.
 
In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with Stella Shortland Gukibau CEO of Tū Wāhine Trust Hitting. The organisation within a te ao Māori paradigm, and believe smacking children is not part of traditional Maori child raising practice – this would be like striking a Tupuna (Ancestor/Grandparent) in the old days. Maori children are seen as carriers of Whakapapa and Mana which must be protected and honoured. 

T
o contact Stella Shortland Gukibau and Tū Wāhine Trust call 09-838 8700.
 

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 3 - 07/12/2017

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 
Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at Kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact Tū Wāhine Trust on  09-838 8700.
 
In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with Police working in Whāngaia Ngā Pā Harakeke (North), Seema Kotecha Operations Coordinator and Constable Kere Taurere. Ngā Pā Harakeke is an integrated safety response which model sees core government agencies - police, Child Youth and Family, Corrections, health, specialist family violence groups and Kaupapa Maori services working together as a team to support victims and their whānau. If you have any concerns or need the support of police call 111 or any of the other services listed above.  

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 4 - 17/12/2017

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at
Kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by
Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue 
contact Tū Wāhine Trust on  09-838 8700.
 

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 5 - 25/01/2018

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact Tū Wāhine Trust on  09-838 8700 or any of the Agencies below.
 
In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with Dave Letele aka. Brown Butterbean.
'Butterbean Motivation (BBM)' successfully runs community bootcamps in and around
South and wider Auckland. Getting fit, getting healthy is the start of not just
ndividual welbeing but the genesis of whānau welbeing. If you want to know more
about Dave and BBM you can find them HERE<http://buttabeanmotivation.co.nz/site/>. 

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW  


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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 6 - 01/02/2018  

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact Tū Wāhine Trust on  09-838 8700  or any of the Agencies below.

In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with Elizabeth Kerekere, Takatāpui Advocate
rom Te Tai Rawhiti and a member of Tiwhanawhana. Tīwhanawhana is a takatāpui community group based in Wellington that welcomes people of diverse sexualities and gender identity.
The kaupapa of the roopu is primarily for takatāpui; building it's community, telling its
stories and leaving a legacy that will inspire others. You can make contact with Tīwhanawhana HERE

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  Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 7 - 08/02/2018  

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 

on  09-838 8700 or any of the Agencies below. Tū Wāhine TrustHui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at Kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact
 
In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with advocates Sima and Kiri Taurere from the Whangaia Nga Pa Harakeke unit of the Manukau police force. The programme Whangaia Nga Pa Harakeke aims to reduce family hard and restore mana and unity between matua and rangatahi.
 

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 8 - 15/02/2018  

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 
Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at Kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact Tū Wāhine Trust on  09-838 8700  or any of the agencies below. 

In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with Russel Smith Director of Korowai Tumanako - the only Organisation in Australasia using indigenous methods in services for children, adolescents with sexually harmful behaviour and adults who have sexually offended against children.  
 

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 9 - 22/02/2018  

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 
Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at Kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact Tū Wāhine Trust on  09-838 8700 or any of the Agencies below.

In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with Jan Logie Parliamentary Under-Secretary to the Minister of Justice (Domestic and Sexual Violence). Jan Logie's role is to explicitly lead work with the NGO sector, and across government to improve current systems to develop Government’s approach to ending domestic and sexual violence.
 

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 10 - 01/03/2018  

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 
Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact Tū Wāhine Trust on  09-838 8700 or click on the link below; <https://www.google.co.nz/searchq=TUWAHINE+TRUST&oq=TUWAHINE+TRUST&aqs=chrome.

In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with former kaumatua and mentor of the manaaki mana whenua kaitiaki group. Tame talks about strengthening a treaty based relationship and strategic partnership with the Auckland Council and how Maori identity enrichment can preserve kaitiakitanga rights. 

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Huitahi Tuputahi | Wahanga 11 - 08/03/2018  

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
Hui Tahi Tupu Tahi: Come together, Grow together. A weekly half hour programme looking at Kaupapa Māori ways of addressing domestic violence and sexual abuse. Hui Tahi is brought to you by Tū Wāhine Trust in association with Auckland Council.  If you need to kōrero with anyone about this issue, if you have concerns or need support contact Tū Wāhine Trust on  09-838 8700 or any of the Agencies below.

In this episode Claudette Hauiti speaks with 
Jan Logie Undersecretary Justice Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse. This was a re-record and played last year 2017. Ms Logie gives us her whakaaro on how to address the issues affecting our Whānau and how organisations like Tū Wāhine Trust are vital in reducing and eliminating domestic violence and sexual abuse. 
 


 
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