What every Councillor should know about contemporary papakāinga on whenua Māori (with Jade Kake)


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Jade Kake will discuss, among other issues:

1. the definition of contemporary papakāinga,

2. why councils should approach papakāinga housing different from other kinds of housing, and

3. highlight international stories/examples of indigenous housing, and how the information is applicable to New Zealand

Jade Kake is an architectural designer, housing advocate and researcher. She has experience working directly with Māori land trusts and other Māori organisations to realise their aspirations, particularly around papakāinga housing and marae development, and in working with mana whenua groups to express their cultural values and narratives through the design of their physical environments. She is the author of the book "Rebuilding the Kāinga Lessons from Te Ao Hurihuri", and host of the podcast Indigenous Urbanism. In 2019, Jade held a writers’ residency at the Michael King Writers Centre. She can be reached at jade@matakohe.org.nz and greater detail or her organisation can be found at https://www.matakohe.org.nz/

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