A free, day long public hui to discuss "what is a decolonised city?"
Colonisation has shaped the form of New Zealand towns and cities in ways that mean that Māori identities and values have often been side-lined. Yet, our cities have always been indigenous places, so how could urban environments better reflect this?
This symposium marks the end of a public urban design competition that invites publlic input on this question. Details of an exhibition and prizegiving on the evening of 13 May to follow.
Nau mai, haere mai. All are welcome
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Saturday 13 May 2017
10:00 AM: Pōwhiri
4:45 PM: Poroporoaki
Takapūwāhia marae, Ngātitoa Street, Porirua
Symposium speakers include: