The following posts are filed under: kaupapa Māori.
Re-indigenising and how to decolonise design
We’ve already described what decolonisation and re-indigenisation mean in the context of urban design. Now let’s see what the experts say about how exactly to do it.Read More
What does decolonisation look like in our towns?
Heard of decolonisation? What about re-indigenisation? What do these mean for how we design our towns and why should we care? Here’s our crash course on everything you need to know!Read More
Guest author Kara Puketapu-Dentice looks at New Zealand’s resource management and our struggles to look after this place, and prescribes a dose of disruption: through a simple, elegant reframing of our relationship with nature. This piece is based on a lecture given to a class from Victoria University’s Masters of Resource Management Programme on 21…Read More
X-ray goggles and imagination: what do we see in our towns? Decolonising Cities symposium
Seeing your hometown with fresh eyes is always a good thing, even (especially) when that’s a bit uncomfortable. Lured by the challenging concept of “Re-Māorifying”, Talk Wellington’s Isabella Cawthorn found some home truths and fresh perspectives about Porirua – and all our towns.Read More