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NGĀ KAITIAKI MAURI PAE TAKAWAENGA PROFILES

IWI: Ngāti Hine

HAPŪ: Te Orewai

NAME: Stella Gukibau

ORGANISATION: Tū Wāhine Trust, Te Atatu South, Auckland

Tū Wāhine Trust is one of the few affiliated member groups of the Māori womens organization Te Kakano o te whanau Inc.; working with Māori women, children and whanau affected by rape, incest, sexual abuse and related violence, still providing Māori based counselling, therapy, education and support services. Stella was the last National Secretary for the society and has had the privilege of working with many Kuia and Kaumatua, Māori experts and professionals in this field. As a member of Tū Wāhine Trust she has had many invitations and opportunities to work on various committee’s; locally, regionally, nationally and internationally advocating for Māori wellbeing.

Iwi: Ngāti Hine

Hapu: Te Orewai

NAME: Echo Shortland - Tucker

ORGANISATION: Tū Wāhine, Auckland

Tū Wāhine Trust is one of the few affiliated member groups of the Māori womens organization Te Kakano o te whanau Inc.; working with Māori women, children and whanau affected by rape, incest, sexual abuse and related violence, still providing Māori based counselling, therapy, education and support services.

HAPŪ: Te Whānau ā Rūtaia, Ngāti Rua, Ngāti Manuhiakai

IWI: Te Whānau ā Apanui, Te Whakatōhea, Ngā Ruahine Rangi.

INGOA: Te Owai Josephine Gemmell

ORGANISATION: Kite Rapu i te Ora Trust (KRITO) 1993, (The vision - Search for wellbeing) Opotiki, Bay of Plenty.

Kuia o Nga Kaitiaki Mauri

To actively promote and enhance the social advancement of whānau, hapū, iwi, its community and surrounding areas.

SEXUAL ABUSE SECTOR

In 2002 the kaupapa became one of the social arms of KRITO Trust. Prior to its inception 1988 it was one of 29 affiliated groups of Te Kākano o Te Whānau Inc, a national organisation that worked in the area of rape, incest sexual abuse and related violence. Our vision is to eliminate all forms of violence, restore whānau wellbeing through positive role modelling, building networks and creating positive relationships. Trustees have stayed connected to each other over two decades.

The trustees are currently revamping and revising their sexual abuse training packages for people who wish to work in this specialised field and to raise awareness within the community.

HAPŪ: Te Whānau a Kai, Taki Moana

IWI: Te Aitanga a Mahaki, Ngāti Porou, Ngā Puhi

NAME: Hera Pierce

Kuia o Nga Kaitiaki Mauri

REPRESENTATION ON PAE TAKAWAENGA

Representative for Ngā Kaitiaki Mauri o Te Ōhākī a Hine-National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together

2007 March Steering group member at the inaugural meeting held in Porirua.

2008 – Current Representative to NKM Pae Takawaenga

2009 – Current Member of Te Roopu Whakahaere

NATIONAL ROLES

2007 – 2009 Task force for Action on Sexual Violence

Terms of Reference 1 - 1.1 / 1.2, 1.3 and 1.5

Ko Emiemi te maunga, ko Awaroa te awa, ko Whangaroa te moana, Ko Nuki Aldridge tona matua, Ko Doreen Renata tona whaea tupuna. Ko Ngāti Kahu me Ngāpuhi ki Whangaroa nga iwi.

Ko Russell Smith tona ingoa

ORGANISATION: Korowai Tumanako

Russell works as a clinician with children, adolescents and men who have committed sexual crimes on children. He works specifically with Māori offenders and has been involved in this specialist work for over 11 years

Korowai Tumanako also provides Sexual Violence Prevention education to whanau and training and supervison for professionals.

HAPŪ: Ngati Te Horu, Ngati Koroki

IWI: Ngati Raukawa ki te Tonga

INGOA: Joy Te Wiata

ORGANISATION: Korowai Tumanako

Joy works as a clinician with children, adolescents and men who have committed sexual crimes on children. Her work is specifically with Māori offenders and has been involved in this specialist work for over 7 years.

Korowai Tumanako also provides Sexual Violence Prevention education to whanau and training and supervison for professionals.