FRI, 20 OCT 11:00 AM (NZST) – REGISTER HERE
Community Research webinars are free online events where community sector professionals share expertise about what’s working.
Co-design can rapidly empower people in your community to achieve their full potential, creating positive change by engaging them in the design of real projects.
In this Community Research webinar Rangimārie Mules, Crystal Pekepo and guest Māori co-designers will swap stories, provocations, learning and experiences of co-design, sharing their kōrero and insights of co-design and Māori development.
You will learn:
- Practical methods, tools and skills to support co-design and participation
- Stories of co-design in action from Aotearoa
- Principles of good co-design alongside Māori
- How Mātauranga Māori and co-design intersects
- How design thinking can benefit Māori communities
Who is this webinar for?
This session is designed for kairangahau, researchers, community workers, managers, kaimahi and anyone who is wanting to increase their use of co-design in ways that can benefit communities
Rangimārie Mules (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Māmoe, Te Atiawa)
Rangimārie’s mahi spans evaluation, community engagement, policy and outdoor pursuits to name a few. Rangimārie was brought up under the guardianship of Araiteuru taniwha on the shores of the Hokianga Harbour. Her deep relationship to Aotearoa’s peoples and places informs her mahi as a social innovator. She is a founding member of the Ngā Aho Tikanga Māori co-design network.
Crystal Pekepo (Ngāti Vara, Ngāti Kahungunu)
Crystal Pekepo is a descendant of Ngāti Vara – Mangaia Cook Islands and Ngāti Kahungunu.
In her role with Toi Tangata Crystal specialises in Community Research and Co-design, and is based at Waiwhetu Marae. She graduated from Te Wānanga ō Raukawa. Her interests include Mātauranga, Māori outcomes and Kaupapa Māori Co-design.
Post-event RBA discussion group – meet other NGOs and share!
This Facebook discussion group has been created for NGOs to share and discuss co-design issues.
- Lifehack – Resources for bringing groups together for shared purpose and co-design
- Community Research Code of Practice – guidelines for collaborations with community
- What Works website – tools and resources to help you develop an evidence-based approach
- Kaupapa Moari – principles of good engagement and resources to support this