Tikanga Ririki Course for Facilitators
Tikanga Ririki is a parenting model founded on kaupapa Māori that utilises our cultural and social strengths as a people. The model provides a framework for violence-free parenting for Māori whānau. It incorporates goals, beliefs and techniques for parenting.
Registrations are open for the Lower Hutt course: 23/24 March 2017 and the Auckland course: 10/11 April 2017
The Kaupapa Maori Parenting Conference was a most successful event with 200 in attendance, indicating the interest in this kaupapa.
Tikanga Ririki: A strengths-based parenting programme
Tikanga Ririki is a programme developed for Māori parents, though it can be used by all parents.
As a parent, you will find the programme will help with your guidance of your children and your relationship with their father.
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.
Ririki is committed to developing powerful and persuasive communications that promote positive, violence-free parenting in Māori whānau and communities.