The Rights of Indigenous Children to Education - October 2015

Education plays a seminal role in the transformation of life trajectories for all children but especially for those whose life experiences are constrained by poor socio-economic circumstances or social and cultural marginalisation.



The role that human rights plays in guaranteeing a decent chance at education will examined by Professor Cindy Kiro of Starpath, at the University of Auckland,  in the third of our professorial seminars for the year.



Professor Kiro will talk about how developed settler economies such as Australia, Canada and New Zealand have refined their education systems to deal with indigenous children? What the implications are of these developments for education today? And how do we achieve both equity and excellence from these education systems?



These and other issues were examined in this, our penultimate seminar for 2015.

DATE & TIME

Wednesday, 28th October

12.30pm - 1.30pm

Light refreshments will be served afterwards



LOCATION

Waipapa Marae

16 Wynyard Street 

University of Auckland



This is an open and public seminar

Nau mai! Haere mai! All are welcome!



For more information: 

comms@maramatanga.ac.nz

(09) 923 4220 or 021 666 462

 
2015 Oct 28 12:30 PM to 2015 Oct 28 1:30 PM

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