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Tipu Mātoro ki te Ao: Tairāwhiti Youth Gathering
Tipu Mātoro ki te Ao: Tairāwhiti Youth Gathering

Fri, 06 Sept

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Tautua Village, Level 2

Tipu Mātoro ki te Ao: Tairāwhiti Youth Gathering

Join in for the Tipu Mātoro ki te Ao: Tairāwhiti Rangatahi Gathering, a dynamic and engaging event dedicated to empowering our young leaders and fostering critical discussions about the future of the Tairāwhiti region.

Time & Location

06 Sept 2024, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Tautua Village, Level 2 , 100 Grey Street, Gisborne 4010, New Zealand

About the event

This gathering is a unique opportunity for rangatahi (youth) to unite, share their voices, and connect with each other and leaders.

They are honoured to have renowned economist Shamubeel Eaqub as the keynote speaker. Shamubeel will provide an insightful analysis of the future of the Tairāwhiti region, delving into economic trends and opportunities. He will also offer a comprehensive post-budget analysis focusing on how the recent Budget impacts youth in our region. This is a valuable chance to better understand the economic landscape and its implications for our community. The event will also feature a panel of rangatahi discussing hot topics that matter to them. These young leaders will share their perspectives, experiences, and ideas, sparking thought-provoking and inspiring conversations. Following the panel, there will be interactive discussion sessions where attendees can engage directly, exchange ideas, and collaborate on solutions to the challenges we face. This event is open to all rangatahi (15 to 25) in the Tairāwhiti region who are passionate about positively impacting their community.

Don't miss this opportunity to participate in an empowering and inspiring gathering. Register now and join us in shaping the future of Tairāwhiti!

The event is located at Tautua Village, Level 2 

(Free-Registration required): Priority is given to Rangatahi ages 15-25 Adult Ticketing - Private message for information as spaces are limited. Priority will be given to adults supporting/working with our Tairāwhiti Rangatahi.

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