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  • WIPCE Opening ceremony

    My sister Luana and I at the opening ceremony for WIPCE, in Cusco, Peru.

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  • The delights of Cusco!

    Tēnā koutou e hoa ma, I have arrived safely in Cusco and am now enjoying day 3 of the WIPCE conference.  The hardest thing about writing this blog post will be trying to keep it short and succint while still adequately potraying just how amazing the city, the people and of course the WIPCE ...

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  • Welcome to my blog for WIPCE 2011!

    Nau mai haere mai ki taku 'blog' e pa ana ki te hui WIPCE 2011!  The countdown is on-only 5 weeks until I leave for WIPCE 2011 in Cusco, Peru! WIPCE = World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education is held every 3 years.  Find out more about the conference here:WIPCE 2011 This y...

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  • I'm leaving on a jet plane...

    Ko te reo te manawa pou o te iwi Māori! The final countdown has arrived, 4 more sleeps before I head over to Peru to attend WIPCE 2011!   I am of course, really excited and keen to get there, however with a busy week ahead and the thought of being away from my husband and 2 daughters for s...

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  • WIPCE Te Manawa Pou presentation

    This is the slideshow presentation we shared for our workshop 'Te Manawa Pou' on Sunday 14th August, in Cusco, Peru.   Dee Reid and I co-presented this workshop in the San Augustin El Dorado Hotel at 3.00pm (local times and dates) day 1 of the WIPCE conference, 2011.

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  • Opening ceremony indigenous people

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  • Spoilt for choice at WIPCE

    Kia ora te whānau, I have accepted the fact that I can't possibly write about every workshop I have attended, as there have been 8 workshops and 2 keynotes almost everyday!  There is a huge amount of fantastic workshops on offer but they are spread across 10 different rooms, 6 different ven...

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