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Jeremy Hapeta

University of Otago (NZL)
New Zealand

(Ngāti Raukawa) is a Senior Lecturer of Māori Physical Education and co-Director of Te Koronga at the University of Otago, Dunedin. Previously a fully registered Teacher, he taught in primary, intermediate and high schools, before leaving New Zealand to play (Japan and France) and coach (in Italy) rugby professionally. Post-playing and coaching careers, he returned to New Zealand to begin his academic career. His research interests include critical and Kaupapa Māori theories. He is currently working on a Royal Society, Marsden funded, project to do with Indigenous (Māori) perspectives of Sport for Development (SFD).

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Sessions

  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    Obstacles To Girls Participating In School
    Find out what a longitudinal, qualitative study in Wellington has identified as obstacles to young girls continuing to participate in Physic

    This talk will share the study’s findings and recommendations, which include shifting the focus from male-centred and dominated sports.

    Session Title: To PE or not to PE: Year 10 & Years 11-13 High School Girls Speak Out

    In-person session
    4:15pm - 5:00pm
    Visibility and Voice

    This talk will share the study’s findings and recommendations, which include shifting the focus from male-centred and dominated sports.

    Session Title: To PE or not to PE: Year 10 & Years 11-13 High School Girls Speak Out

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing
    visibility & voice

    This talk will share the study’s findings and recommendations, which include shifting the focus from male-centred and dominated sports.

    Session Title: To PE or not to PE: Year 10 & Years 11-13 High School Girls Speak Out

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing
  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    An Indigenous Approach To Team Culture
    Learn how to adopt culturally inclusive elements.

    These culturally inclusive elements have helped to increase fan engagement, better on-field performances and overall team culture for one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s women’s representative rugby team. The process and insights will provide participants with a toolkit that enables them to create and model their own approach for including indigenous practices to a team or organisation.

    Session Title: Wāhine whakamana women of influence putting the mana back in Manawatū

    Hybrid session
    3:30pm - 4:15pm
    Visibility and Voice

    These culturally inclusive elements have helped to increase fan engagement, better on-field performances and overall team culture for one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s women’s representative rugby team. The process and insights will provide participants with a toolkit that enables them to create and model their own approach for including indigenous practices to a team or organisation.

    Session Title: Wāhine whakamana women of influence putting the mana back in Manawatū

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing
    visibility & voice

    These culturally inclusive elements have helped to increase fan engagement, better on-field performances and overall team culture for one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s women’s representative rugby team. The process and insights will provide participants with a toolkit that enables them to create and model their own approach for including indigenous practices to a team or organisation.

    Session Title: Wāhine whakamana women of influence putting the mana back in Manawatū

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing

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