If I had to pick one word to describe my experience in Palmy, I would choose the word inspiring. I was so grateful to be in a room full of people who are looking after the wellbeing of our past, present, and future generations through their different mahi. The mātauranga shared at this particular conference resonated so well with not only myself, but, I believe, the whole SUDI team that attended.
Kaimahi from Hapai te Hauora had the opportunity last week to attend the Addiction symposium held at Auckland University. This was an opportunity to provide a forum for addiction researchers from all disciplines to meet and share their work, and discuss issues of common interest to addiction researchers.
Momi Tolentino is a international indigenous intern from Hawai'i who is currently with Hāpai Te Hauora. She writes a reflection piece of her attendance to the Toi Tangata Hui-A-Tau in Rotorua on the 21st - 23rd February 2018.