Ako | Learn
Tuhi Raukura is our space to share treasured knowledge, matauranga, with the world. Raukura, translated is a treasure, a feathered plume. Tuhi Raukura is for you, wherever you are in the world and whatever point you are on in your poutama journey of acquiring knowledge.
We endeavour to post most of our workshops/ hui on Eventbrite as we facilitate them and currently have the following programmes
Ngā Mata O Te Marama a 2hr introduction to Maramtaka (māori lunar calendar) and how to incorporate this mātauranga (knowledge) practiced by our tīpuna (ancestors) in our everyday life with whanau at home.
Maramataka at Mahi a power packed 4hr fun filled interactive session, learning this mātauranga and learning ways to practice this from governance, strategy, development, design and delivery across all sectors. These sessions are able to be done in house with your team or connect with one of our classes across the motu.
2019 Coming Soon
Teachable Utilsing the Teachable platform in mid 2019 we will be providing online short courses on specific topics for anyone in the world to access. Check out the Tuhi Raukura Teachable platform and be informed when our online courses are available.
Māreikura Retreat Celebrating us as wāhine, our narratives and our journeys
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KO WAI MĀTAU?
The workshops are facilitated by directors Geneva Harrison (Ngāti Kahu, Te Rarawa, Te Aupouri) and Mihi Tibble (Te Whānau ā Apanui, Ngāti Porou, Te Arawa, Ngāti Awa). Both raised by their grandparents in rural Aotearoa and now living in Tāmaki Makaurau, they are passionate about sharing this mātauranga and making it accessible and applicable in knowing the difference in it has made in their personal and professional lives.
We have over 50 combined year’s experience in various Corporate, Crown and NGOs across governance, Iwi Community development, contract procurements, executive management, communication, stakeholder relationships and strategy across the industries of health, education, social services, housing and urban development.
Kōrero Tautoko | Workshop Feedback
I recently attended one of the Tuhi workshops in the mighty Ranui, and thoroughly enjoyed the content and delivery by these two mana wāhine. Love what you're both doing with Tuhi and can't wait to see what comes next with this kaupapa. Mauri ora kōrua!
Deborah Heke, 5 Sept 2018
Helpful and practical tips to include in my daily life when organising different events and understanding the influence our environment has on us all and our energies. Appreciate the rauemi and style of workshopping. As my preferred style of learning is doing rather than only hearing opinions so this was up my ally.
Reriti Tau, 16 Aug 2018
I loved how practical the workshop was and how real life examples were given about what happens and what we can do on those days. It was realistic and really applicable to what happens (and could happen!) in my life
Tara Moala, 25 July 2018