If an indigenous worldview was intrinsic to the structures that govern the way we live, what might our lives be like?
In the face of social and environmental catastrophes such as the climate crisis, housing crisis and an ever-increasing divide between rich and poor, how might a Te Ao Māori framework provide solutions for us all?
This discussion features three BWB Texts authors:
- Associate Professor Maria Bargh (Te Arawa, Ngāti Awa), whose chapter A tika transition appears in A Careful Revolution: Towards a Low-Emissions Future
- Architectural designer Jade Kake (Ngāti Hau/Ngāpuhi, Te Arawa, Te Whakatōhea), author of Rebuilding the Kāinga
- Dr Rebecca Kiddle (Ngāti Porou and Ngāpuhi), contributing editor of the forthcoming Imagining Decolonisation.
12.30 pm Sunday 23 February
Michael Fowler Centre
For more information and ticket sales, visit the NZ Festival of the Arts website.
Please note that this event is not organised by BWB.