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What does it mean to be Pākehā in 21st-century Aotearoa? What anxieties and opportunities flow from the increased visibility and assertiveness of tangata whenua? How have Treaty settlements, legal challenges and growing use of te reo Māori affected the Pākehā sense of belonging and legitimacy? In conversation with the University of Canterbury’s Jeanette King,  leading Pākehā thinker Alison Jones shares personal stories and political insights from her  life spent working at the intersection between two worlds.

Please note that Claudia Orange is no longer available to participate in this event and that Alison Jones will now be appearing via video link.

Please note: All events are general admission seating. The safety of our audience is paramount: please arrive early, scan in and wear a mask. Audience numbers are capped under COVID Alert Level 2 and social distancing measures will be in place within each venue.

If you are an existing ticket holder and you are no longer able to attend, please go here for refund information.

Thursday, 11 November
The Piano, 156 Armagh St 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm SOLD OUT
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