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Webinar recording | Community mediation

with Wi Pere Mita

Pre-recorded | Online

View this session to explore traditional Māori dispute resolution methods and application of these in a contemporary context.

Understanding the Maori world view is integral to resolving disputes that involve individuals from this community. In this webinar, Wi Pere provides an overview of the Māori culture, customs and practices, and discusses how these influence the dispute resolution processes involving Māori people.

The presentation seeks to:

  1. Increase understanding of the Maori world view and Maori DR methods
  2. Equip mediators with the tools to assist Maori clients in a culturally appropriate way
  3. Encourage mediators to apply Maori dispute resolution techniques, where appropriate

View this session to explore traditional Māori dispute resolution methods and application of these in a contemporary context.

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About the presenter

Wi Pere Mita

Iwi affiliations: Ngāti Porou, Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki, Ngāti Kahungunu and Ngāti Maniapoto

Wi Pere is the Manager of Maori Legal Services at CLSST Law and has practise experience in Maori Legal Issues, Civil, Commercial and Not-for-Profit.

Wi Pere serves on a number of governance bodies (commercial and not-for-profit) including Community Law Centres o Aotearoa, Ngā Kaiāwhina Hapori Māori o Te Ture and the Maori Justice Network. Wi Pere is also involved with the management of Aotearoa Kapa Haka Ltd the commercial arm of Te Matatini (New Zealand’s National Kapa Haka organisation).

Wi Pere has conducted trainings and delivered presentations on Māori Dispute Resolution to Māori and non-Māori organisation nationally and internationally.