Rangimarie

PROJECTS.

leading social impact from the roots up

 

celebrating motherhood

MAREIKURA

 
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DESCRIPTION

ROLE: Project Lead

Mareikura speaks of female leadership, mana and strength. This kaupapa was founded on the appreciation and empowerment of mothers to express themselves, and their babies as Mareikura - the future chiefs of our communities. This project was based in Kaikohe Northland, engaging mothers from the community including Hiwa-i-te-Rangi, the Kaikohe teen parenting unit. This project was funded by SKIP.

 

 

INCLUDED

  • Workshop design & delivery
  • Facilitation & coordination
  • Positive parenting spaces
  • Kaupapa Maori design model
  • Community building & networking
  • Reporting and recommendations for development 

 

 
 

20-Day cultural and personal journey

AORAKI BOUND

 
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DESCRIPTION

ROLE: Instructor, Duty Manager, Program Designer, Evaluator

Aoraki is a place where Ngāi Tahu are woven together into a collective identity or whakapapa, that unifies us as one people. He has provided us with an enduring sense of stability through changing times and adversity. We, as Ngāi Tahu, look to his lofty peaks with respect for the past and inspiration for the future. Aoraki Bound, a 20-day cultural and personal development program, draws on this relationship with Aoraki to build our capacity as an iwi.

 

INCLUDEd

  • 20 day outdoor education
  • Cultural, personal & physical development
  • Facilitation
  • Safety & team management
  • Program design, planning & delivery
  • Community engagement & iwi development
  • Evaluation (10 year summative)
 
 

reconstructing homelessness through co-design

Kahikatea tu te uru

 
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DESCRIPTION

ROLE: Co-designer 

People who experience homelessness are amongst the most marginalised of our society. This innovative community project valued those who had experienced homelessness as local experts and encouraged collaboration across a diversity of cross-sectorial experts to discuss, develop and implement programmes to empower those who sleep rough. By engaging those who sleep rough in the process we empowered the community with a platform for change and innovation.

 

INCLUDed

  • Facilitation
  • Program design, planning & delivery
  • Problem solving & design thinking
  • Capability development
  • Collaboration
 
 

connecting rangatahi to people, place & culture

MANAWA HOU

 
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DESCRIPTION

ROLE: Initial co-designer

A marae and place-based program to connect young iwi (Ngai Tahu) members to their identity through whenua, tikanga, marae and whanau connections. Manawa Hou was a concentrated effort to provide a space for rangatahi Ngai Tahu to explore their identity and express themselves through their unique culture and within their treasured places.

 

INCLUDed

  • Facilitation
  • Strategic planning
  • Program design, planning, review & delivery
  • Maori youth engagement
  • Iwi & hapu development
 
 

agents of change within their communities

Hawai'ian leadership

 
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DESCRIPTION

ROLE: Co-designer, facilitator

This project was designed to contribute to the Wai'anae Community College's vision by providing  a leadership framework that empowered young Hawai'ian leaders to be sound decision makers and agents of change within their communities.

 

INCLUDed

  • Program design
  • Facilitation & education
  • Leadership development
  • Community engagement
  • Project planning