Pasifika Voices: speak up, speak out, speak loud: Presentations

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Pasifika Voices: speak up, speak out, speak loud was the title of the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA) Pasifika Conference 2012.

The theme for our fono spoke to the intrinsic value of self and group expression and identity and to the need for all members of our society to voice issues, discuss solutions, be heard, and participate - in education, employment, community.

Some of the presentations and papers delivered at the conference are available for download:

Link to PPTA webpage Pasifika Voices presentations and papers

Download pdf Archer, Julianna (April 2012) Pasifika Songs

A collection of Pasifika songs.

Download pdf Faaea, Manu (April 2012) Komiti Pasifika in Action

An outline of Komiti Pasifika's plans in terms of work and activism, including concerns about maintaining specific PI languages.

Download pdf Nonoa, Aaron (April 2012) NZQA Pasifika Strategy

NZQA outline of its journey so far and future intent in terms of Pasifika learning.

Download pdf Si'ilata, Rae (April 2012) PPTA Fono Waipuna April 12 2012

This document discusses best methods for teaching bilingual students. It particularly notes the value of Pacific first languages.

Download pdf Sio, Su'a William (April 2012) Keynote Speech

MP for Mangere Su'a William Sio talks about sharing identity, Pacific language issues, and the benefits of bilingualism.

Download pdf Tongati'o, Dr Lesieli (April 2012) Pasifika Success is a Shared Responsibility

Strategies for a proud Pasifika centric transformation of Pasifika education in New Zealand.

Download pdf Waugh, Dave (April 2012) Pasifika Arts and Crafts

Details of Pasifika Arts and Crafts, including distinguishing between commercial and cultural expressions.

Download pdf Download Pasifika Voices conference programme

Download pdf Download Pasifika Voices workshops programme

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