The 2016 Kaupapa Māori Parenting Conference is to explore how cultural strategies for parenting have expanded in number and ingenuity to empower whānau, families to raise their tamariki children in violence free, loving and nurturing ways as our tipuna, ancestors did.
Tikanga Ririki: A strengths-based parenting programme
Tikanga Ririki is a parenting model founded on kaupapa Māori that utilises our cultural and social strengths as a people.
The Tikanga Ririki Strengths-Based Māori Parenting Programme is based on evidence found in Mana Ririki’s research into traditional Māori parenting.
We are developing an evidence-base of kaupapa Māori research for policy-makers and providers.
Too many of our Māori tamariki (children) suffer maltreatment. We are a national organisation established to advocate for tamariki and provide a Māori-led response to Māori child abuse.
Tikanga Ririki Accredited Facilitator Course
The Tikanga Ririki Accredited Facilitator Course is for those who want to become a Tikanga Ririki Accredited Facilitator with expertise in Māori parenting models and practices.
Ririki is committed to developing powerful and persuasive communications that promote positive, violence-free parenting in Māori whānau and communities.