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Anti-Racism Symposium 2023

Thank you to everyone who attended the Anti-Racism symposium at Te Rau Karamu marae. 

We are working on proceedings from the symposium, along with some other developments as a direct outcome from that weekend.

We are also continuing our other work for this project, and are committed to doing what we can as a research team to make changes that will improve the spaces that you learn, train and work in. 

Email [email protected] if you want to stay updated on developments. 


Here are links to relevant news items, podcasts, commentaries and journal articles that you might be interested in. We will be adding to this list as the project continues. We will also be developing resources in Phase 4 (kia whakamahinga) of the project.

Support services

We understand that this website or aspects of this research project may have brought up feelings of sadness, anger or relief. If you would like to talk to someone about these feelings we have listed some support services that might be able to help.

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