Stories capture the feats of fearless Māori women in the domain of Hinemoana with the release of ‘Manawa Hine’
Te Tākupu, at Te Wānanga o Raukawa is pleased to share their latest publication, written by Kuini Rikihana and beautifully translated into Te Reo Māori by Hēni Jacob. The book is a creative re-telling of four tūpuna wāhine stories and is...Read More
Wāhine Toa Omniscient Māori Women Paintings and drawings by Robyn KahukiwaText by Patricia GraceTranslated by Hēni Jacob Originally produced in 1984, Wāhine Toa brought to light the stories of eight important female elements who played a...Read More
Like Moths to the Flame? A History of Ngāti Raukawa Resistance and Recovery Ani Mikaere. This thesis was submitted in 2016, in fulfilment of the requirements for Te Kāurutanga. Te Kāurutanga is unique to Te Wānanga o Raukawa. Responsibility...Read More
The Balance Destroyed Ani Mikaere with images by Robyn Kahukiwa. The Balance Destroyed was first submitted as a Masters thesis in 1995; and published in 2003 by the International Research Institute for Māori and Indigenous Education as...
Scholarship opportunity for descendents of the confederation of iwi of Te Āti Awa, Ngāti Raukawa and Ngāti Toa Rangatira who migrated and settled in the Lower North Island in the early 1800's. The scholarship is for the three year Poutuarongo...