August 18, 6pm – 7.15pm
Library foyer, Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, 13 Domain Road, Whakatane
The conversation is open to the public.
He karere tenei ki te hunga e ngakaunui ana ki te whakarongo mai ki tetahi rangatira mo apopo. He rangatahi tonu ia, engari he tangata matau
ana ki nga nekenekehanga o te Ao Torangapu me te tamitanga. Ko tona hiahia kia haramai ki te whakawhiti korero, whakaaro ranei ki te taha o nga akonga o Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, ki te hapori hoki nei. No reira naumai haramai ki te tautoko tenei kaupapa rongonui ma tatou te iwi Maori.
Max Harris, the best-selling author of The New Zealand Project, is coming to Whakatane. Harris is taking the discussion and debate over
The New Zealand Project to town halls across the country and on August 18, in the final date of the book’s nationwide tour, Harris will join Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi students in a public conversation about everything from the future of work, the relationship between love and politics, and the potential for radical decolonisation.