- Start: Thu, 15 Apr 7:00pm
- End: Thu, 15 Apr 8:30pm
1 Olympic Place, New Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand
Join the conversation with four wāhine toa or women leaders about what they learned from 2020. Hear their call to bring us to where we need to be psychologically, spiritually and physically, to tackle the social and environmental challenges of our time.
Robin Taua-Gordon is the Heritage and Environment Manager at Te Kawerau ā Maki and has a deep knowledge of the history of her iwi. Robin will share her reflections about what Covid-19 has meant for her and the tribe.
This event is available in-person and on-line.
The first ten people to book into all four events in this series will receive a $20 voucher for the EcoMatters Store. Offer available until 8pm on Wednesday 24 March 2021. Email email@example.com after you have booked your tickets in order to claim your voucher. Once your voucher has been issued, your tickets for this series will be non-refundable.
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