E NGĀ MANU KŌRERO E KŌRIHI NEI TE ATA E NGĀ MANU TAKI O TE RANGI E NGĀ MANU KOROKORO TUI O TE WĀOKU TAPU Ō TĀNE WHAKAPIRIPIRI TĒNA KOUTOU KATOA KEI RUNGA TE KŌRERO TE IHI, TE TAPU HE ATUA, HE TIPUA, HE TANGATA HĀHĀ WHENUA, HĀHĀ TANGATA, HĀHĀ TE RIRI O HINE TITAMA TIHEI MAURIORA KI TE WHEI AO, KI TE WHAI AO KI TE AO MARAMA TIHEI MAURIORA TĒNEI TE POROPOROĀKI, TĒNEI TE APAKURA MO KOUTOU E NGAI-WAIRUA KUA WHETŪRANGITIA KI TUA O PAERAU NUI, O RANGI WAIWAI KAMO HAERE, HAERE KI TE PŪTAHITANGA O REHUA, TĒ WAREWARE O WHARE MAHARA, O POHO ARIKI, MOE MAI RA HURI TŪ KI TE HUNGA ORA TĒNA KOUTOU KATOA TĒNEI RA TE REO POHIRI O HOKIANGAWHAKAPAU-KARAKIA KI TE HAPORI TAKATĀPUI ME O KOUTOU WHĀNAU MO TE HUI TAKATĀPUI 2012 KA TŪ KI TE MARAE O WAIPUNA KI PANGURU. HE HUI KARAPINEPINE TĒNEI HEI WHAKANUIA I TŌNA KOEKE 25TH, NO REIRA, HIKINA AKE KI TŌNA TAUMATA IKEIKE O RANGI MAHARA MO TE KAWEMATE Ā MOTU KA TŪ HEI TE POHIRI WHAKATAU I TE PO TUATAHI. MEI KORE KO RATOU KO NGĀ WHAKAMATAKU Ō NGĀ IHOIHO O NGAI-TĀUA TE TAKATĀPUI, KA RIRO MAI RA TATOU TĒNEI HUARAHI E PARA. KO TE REO TĒNEI O TE KOMITI WHAKAHAERE O TE RITO, E MIHI NEI. HUI KI TE RANGIORA NĀ TE KOMITI WHAKAHAERE 2012
EARLY DAYS: HIV AND MĀORI In the initial stages of the HIV epidemic, often when Māori died from AIDS, the tūpāpaku (deceased) were buried half in and half out of the urupa out of fear that HIV would seep through the whenua and infect the iwi. There were times when people were buried in lead-lined coffins and being refused burial in the urupa. The original Māori Gay and Lesbian Hui komiti whakahaere recognised that education about HIV was needed, both for members of the Takatāpui communities and their whānau, hapū and iwi. Ka whakanuia e te hui Takatāpui te matarau o te hokakatanga Māori
Background to Hui Takatāpui THE FIRST HUI In 1986, members of the Takatāpui community organised the inaugural Māori Gay and Lesbian Hui, in response to the growing HIV epidemic. At the time, little was known about HIV and how it was transmitted, which led to wide stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV. The first hui was aimed at addressing community concerns about HIV. The kaupapa of the hui was to establish strategies to educate Māori at risk and their wider whānau about HIV and AIDS awareness, develop initiatives aimed at preventing HIV transmission, and to educate the wider whānau about HIV and to combat stigma and discrimination. At this hui, it was reported that those present felt that if a person could feel pride in being a member of the rainbow communities and being Māori, that a strong community could be developed to make it easier to come together to help spread the kaupapa.
GET IT ON! INVOLVEMENT Get it On! recognises that gay and bisexual men, the people most at risk of HIV in New Zealand, are influenced by their partners, whānau, friends, colleagues, employers and the environment in which they live. While it is essential that Get it On! reaches and affects all gay and bisexual men living in Aotearoa, it is also necessary to reach the people who can support, influence and enable Takatāpui tane to use condoms and lube for sex every time. Get it On! is proud to be involved in this event. Even after 25 years Hui Takatāpui continues to be about developing strong communities that are HIV resilient. Every year, the hui is hosted in a different region of Aotearoa and we are excited to be working with the local hapū and whānau of Panguru, Hokianga to bring this event to you. The development of a condom culture across all population groups in our country will reduce the prevalence of HIV and increase sexual health and well-being for Aotearoa New Zealand overall. Visit www.getiton.co.nz for more on how we can help you stay safe from HIV.
HISTORY OF TAKATĀPUI TAKATĀPUI HAS A RICH PREEUROPEAN HISTORY WHICH COMES FROM TE ARAWA. TAKATĀPUI WAS FIRST TRANSLATED AS ‘INTIMATE COMPANION OF THE SAME SEX’ IN THE 1830’S-1840’S. THE FIRST MĀORI TO WRITE OF TAKATĀPUI WAS TE RANGIKAHEKE IN HIS ACCOUNT OF THE FAMOUS LOVE STORY OF HINEMOA AND TUTĀNEKAI. IN HIS STORY HE ACKNOWLEDGES THE INTIMATE BOND BETWEEN TUTĀNEKAI AND TIKI, DESCRIBING TIKI AS ‘HOA TAKATĀPUI’. MISSIONARIES CHANGED THE MEANING OF THEIR RELATIONSHIP FROM CLOSE, INTIMATE FRIENDS TO MASTER AND SLAVE. TAKATĀPUI TODAY
AT THE FIRST HUI, RESEARCHERS NGAHUIA TE AWEKOTUKU AND LEE SMITH BRAINSTORMED WITH THEIR COLLEAGUES AND PRESENTED THE WORD ‘TAKATĀPUI’. IT WAS AT THIS HUI THAT THE TERM TAKATĀPUI WAS ESTABLISHED AS AN IDENTITY FOR GAY AND BISEXUAL MĀORI AND IT HAS BECOME A WIDELY IDENTIFIED TERM ACROSS AOTEAROA. TODAY, THE TERM TAKATĀPUI ENCOMPASSES TAKATĀPUI TĀNE, TAKATĀPUI WAHINE, WHAKAWAHINE, AND TANGATA IRA TĀNE. TAKATĀPUI INCLUDES MĀORI ACROSS THE ENTIRE RAINBOW SPECTRUM; GAY, LESBIAN, TRANSGENDER, BISEXUAL, QUEER, INTERSEX, DRAG QUEEN, CAMP, BICURIOUS ETC
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HUI TAKATĀPUI 2012 Hui Takatāpui 2012 is an opportunity to celebrate and strengthen the sexual and gender diversity of Māori, especially rangatahi. Hui Takatāpui 2012 will focus on the health and well-being of Māori and aims to increase Māori support for HIV prevention as well as providing leadership and advice on issues for Takatāpui. Hui Takatāpui 2012 will also provide opportunities for Māori to network, have fun, play sport and be entertained in a safe and supportive social environment. As part of Whānau Oranga, we are encouraging each attendee to bring one person, significant other, parent, sibling, grandparent or child. This person will not have to pay to attend the hui as long as one registration is paid.
The theme of Hui Takatāpui 2012 is ‘Te Rito’ “Hutia te rito o te harakeke. Kei hea te komako e ko? Ki mai nei ki ahau. He aha te mea nui ki tenei ao? Māku e ki atu. He tangata, he tangata, he tangata. “If you were to pluck out the centre of the flax bush, where would the bellbird sing? If you were to ask me "What is the most important thing in the world?" I would reply, "That it is people, people, people." This sharing of knowledge through coming together is a key part of Hui Takatāpui 2012, as well as being able to rekindle and reaffirm our relationships amongst the Takatāpui community. Tū tangata, tū maia.
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Registration and Transport REGISTRATIONS WILL OPEN ON 1 SEPTEMBER 2012
The cost for Hui Takatāpui 2012 is $35 for student or unwaged, or $55 waged, which includes transport to and from Auckland and Panguru, accommodation, all meals, workshops, and a full three days of fun! Wherever possible, the komiti whakahaere will try to arrange transport for people who are on the bus route to Auckland. To secure your place, email email@example.com Please complete this form, enclose a cheque made out to the New Zealand AIDS Foundation (NZAF) and post to: Maihi Makiha, NZAF, PO Box 6663, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141 TOU INGOA | NAME ____________________________________________________________
SPONSOR A PARTICIPANT HUI TAKATĀPUI 2012 CELEBRATES THE SEXUAL AND GENDER DIVERSITY OF MĀORI, ESPECIALLY RANGATAHI. RANGATAHI AND TAKATĀPUI FROM RURAL AOTEAROA EXPERIENCE ISOLATION AND DISCRIMINATION. TRAVELLING TO AND ATTENDING HUI CAN BE EXTRA CHALLENGING FOR RANGATAHI AND RURAL TAKATĀPUI SO THE KOMITI WHAKAHAERE IS COMMITTED TO BRINGING THEM TO HUI TAKATĀPUI 2012
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WAEA | PHONE ______________________________________________________________ IMERA | EMAIL _______________________________________________________________ TARI WHAKAHAERE | ORGANISATION ___________________________________________ IWI | TRIBE __________________________________________________________________ HAPU | SUB TRIBE ____________________________________________________________ MĀTAWAKA | ETHNICITY ______________________________________________________ DIETARY REQUIREMENTS (IE. VEGETARIAN) ______________________________________ NAME OF WHĀNAU MEMBER YOU ARE BRINGING ___________________________________ AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO YOU ______________________________________________
Registration can also be made in person on arrival at the hui or Bank direct credit which must reference Hui Takatāpui 2012 as well as your name to: 01 1839 0318991 00 New Zealand AIDS Foundation Or by paying cash to any of our three offices Auckland: 31 Hargreaves Street, St Marys Bay Wellington: Level One, 187 Willis Street Christchurch: 253 Cashel Street
SPONSOR A PARTICIPANT TO ENSURE THAT EVERYONE HAS THE CHANCE TO ATTEND. A $35 DONATION WILL ENABLE ONE PARTICIPANT TO REGISTER AND TRAVEL TO AND FROM AUCKLAND, WELLINGTON OR CHRISTCHURCH FOR THE HUI TAKATĀPUI 2012. TO SPONSOR A PARTICIPANT OR FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO WWW.GETITON.CO.NZ/TAKATĀPUI
DON’T MISS OUT IF YOU DON’T HAVE FUNDS TO ATTEND THE HUI BUT YOU WOULD LIKE TO, PLEASE CONTACT MAIHI MAKIHA AT THE NZAF ON 09 300 6961 OR HUI@NZAF.ORG.NZ AND HE WILL INVESTIGATE ANY AVAILABLE OPTIONS.
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CONTACT REGISTRATION, TRANSPORT AND FINANCE TO REGISTER ONLINE PLEASE GO TO WWW.GETITON.CO.NZ/TAKATĀPUI OR CONTACT MAIHI MAKIHA ON (09) 300 6961 OR HUI@NZAF.ORG.NZ MEDIA, SPONSORSHIP AND MARKETING PLEASE CONTACT RICKY TE AKAU AT THE NZAF ON 09 306 3422 OR HUI@NZAF.ORG.NZ FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO WWW.GETITON.CO.NZ/TAKATAPUI
Sponsorship opportunities The National Takatāpui Hui provides an opportunity to bring products, services, businesses and ideas to a national audience of Takatāpui leaders. Additionally, sponsors of the National Takatāpui Hui are recognised by members of New Zealand’s rainbow communities as gay-friendly brands worthy of support. Sponsorship levels for featured businesses at the Hui range and there are a variety of packages available that can be tailored to suit your requirements.
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Pounamu level sponsorship is designed for high impact brand promotion throughout the National Hui Takatāpui, and also post-event. A few of the specific benefits at this level include: ･
Premium logo and banner to be displayed for the duration of the hui
Prime advertising space in the hui programme
Logo inclusion and acknowledgment in all hui materials.
Collateral distribution at the Hui Takatāpui
Brand recognition and acknowledgement by sponsoring ten participants at the hui
TE MANGAI TAUTOKO TUAKANA | PĀUA Pāua level sponsorship provides organisations with strong brand recognition throughout the National Takatāpui Hui. Some of the specific benefits at this level include: ･
Excellent advertising space in the Hui programme
Logo inclusion and acknowledgement in all hui materials as well as on stage
Collateral distribution at the Hui
Brand recognition and acknowledgement by sponsoring six participants at the hui
TE MANGAI TAUTOKO TEINA | HARAKEKE Harakeke level sponsorship showcases your brand and provides opportunities for recognition at the National Hui Takatāpui. Some of the benefits at the level include: ･
Advertising space in the hui programme
Logo inclusion and acknowledgement in all hui materials
Brand recognition and acknowledgement by sponsoring four participants at the hui
All sponsorship levels can be tailored to meet your requirements. Please contact Ricky Te Akau for an arrangement that best suits your needs on 09 306 3422 or firstname.lastname@example.org