This event featured:
Dr. Shawn Wilson who shared his reflections on his research practice with First Nations people from Australia and Canada.
Dr. Albert Refiti (AUT) shared his kōrero about the Fale and the ontologies of its being.
Kapua O'Connor discussed how their team navigated their research for the book "A fire in the Belly of Hineamaru safely to honor pūrakau of the past".
Edmond Fehoko will talk about changing the narrative around the Health and Wellbeing of our communities.
As an Atlantic Fellow, Kaye-Maree Dunn jammed on the Māori Tech Mapping work learnings and her Māori Banking Rangahau
Many thanks to Te Kawehau Hoskins and Melinda Webber from Te Tari o Ihonuku Māori - Waipapa Taumata Rau, Community Research Gauri Nandedkar, PhD and Janie Walker who dreamed this into existence and the whānau from Atlantic Fellows Social Equity who also shared their aroha for this gathering.