Tania Ka‘ai

Professor and Director of Te Ipukarea Language Institute and Te Whare o Rongomaurikura

Tania Ka‘ai is Professor and Director of Te Ipukarea Language Institute and Te Whare o Rongomaurikura – The Centre for Language Revitalisation at AUT University, New Zealand.  As an Indigenous scholar teaching and researching in a university, Ka’ai uses the cultural values and knowledge transmitted by her indigenous elders and mentors as an epistemological framework to inform her writing and teaching within the academy. Professor Ka’ai has been involved in Māori language revitalisation interventions for almost 30 years and her research and publications reflect this work with community.

Rare

Rare

Homogenous teams produce homogenous outcomes. Diverse teams, built on different perspectives and experiences, get to more original, more innovative ideas – faster. So, by that logic, you’re only as innovative as you are inclusive. In this 90 minute program hosted by Rare, you’ll discover the power of difference, and learn how to work more inclusively – for the good of your work.

Auckland 2019

New Zealand’s most influential creative festival returns.

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