Wednesday 1st September 2021, 9.30am - 12pm
Thursday 2nd September 2021, 9.30am - 12pm
Monday 6th September 2021, 9.30am - 12pm
Wednesday 8th September 2021, 1pm - 3.30pm
** We are currently at capacity for registrations, but due to demand we will be putting up another webinar soon.
Kia Noho Rangatira Ai Tātou is a unique education programme that was developed by Te Pou and the Disabled Persons Assembly. The programme puts human rights for disabled people and the Disability Convention into a New Zealand cultural context. This 10-hour webinar series will be held over four 2.5 hour modules.
The aim of the webinar is to increase participants understanding of the Disability Convention and Human Rights, and to apply this understanding to practical situations. It is applicable to participants personal and professional lives.
This 10-hour webinar series will be held in four 2.5 hour modules, starting Wednesday 1st September 2021 from 9.30am to 12pm and continuing on Thursday 2nd September, Monday 6th September and Wednesday 8th September 2021. Each module will be held at the same time, 9.30am to 12pm with a short break.
We ask that you respect the kaupapa of Kia Noho Rangatira Ai Tātou and attend all four webinar modules.
This four-session Kia Noho Rangatira Ai Tātou webinar series has been funded by The Ministry of Health and is free to those with a Disability Support Service contract. If you do not have a contract, please contact Te Pou and we will discuss our cost recovery pricing. Please do enquire as we don’t want cost to be a barrier to participation.
To ensure we can support your learning needs, please email Ally at firstname.lastname@example.org with any access requirements you have. We aim to meet your requirements to ensure your inclusion in this webinar.
The comprehensive content includes:
Section 1 Human Rights
Section 2 The Treaty of Waitangi, tūrangawaewae and citizenship
Section 3 The Human Rights system
Section 4 Disability, the social model and Human Rights framework
Section 5 The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Section 6 The eight General Principles
Section 7 The Articles
Section 8 Applying the Disability Convention