Cultural Treasures | A Youth Empowerment Programme to build relationships between Pasifika students, their families, and academic staff

Supporting learners, Educational outcomes, Pacific learner success, Strategic Leadership and Change, Cultural Capability
Published: 15 November 2018

A project report prepared by Tarisi Vunidilo, Betty Loto and Kali Vunidilo.


Youth cultural heritage empowerment programme

Project to empower disadvantaged and marginalised Pacific students through the effective use of Pacific taonga/treasures.

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Co-funded by

Ako Aotearoa’s
Regional Hub Project Fund

Partnered with

University of Auckland, New Foundations Trust, and Wesley College

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