Te Wāhanaga Tuarima/Section 5 - Mātakina ano, Korirotia/Review and discussion
This paper has 3 exercises in this Section. Te Wāhanga Tuarima will explore and confirm the techniques and use with ririki and review the whakatauki used throughout the Tikanga Ririki Strengths-Based Māori Parenting Programme.
Tikanga Ririki was developed by the Te Kāhui Mana Ririki Charitable Trust (operating as Mana Ririki) after its establishment in 2007. The repeal of Section 59 of the Crimes Act created national debate in NZ about child abuse. The outpour of public grief that followed the death of three-year-old Nia Glassie focused the nation’s attention on Māori child abuse in particular. The waiata “Nia” by Maisie Rika marks this event.
The Trust was formed as the result of a three-day Māori Child Abuse Summit of providers called in response to these events. The goal of Te Kāhui Mana Ririki Trust is to eliminate Māori child abuse.
Nō reira e ngā Kaiwhakamana Ririki kia māia, kia ū, kia manawanui!
Te Wāhanga Tuarima, Section Five consists of three exercises. The objectives of Te Wāhanga Tuarima are;
- To explore and confirm the use of techniques with ririki as featured throughout each section of the programme.
- Review all the whakatauki that have been used in each section of the programme.
Ō tātou whakahaere hei whakatipu o ririki / Tools for training children
Have a better understanding of how to implement the techniques and parent rules in the home.