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National Training Forum Program

​ The National Training Forum for Gambling Harm Minimisation is a three day training forum hosted in Auckland for the national preventing and minimising gambling harm workforce. Here is the program for the 3 days. We look forward to seeing you all there! ​ National Training Forum - Online Programme ​ National Training Forum Programme - PDF's for download Download Day 1 Programme Download Day 2 Programme Download Day 3 Programme

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Hāpai Te Hauora to present at the National Association of Gambling Studies conference

A pan-continental collaboration of indigenous researchers including Hāpai Te Hauora will present at the National Association of Gambling Studies conference on indigenous gambling this week in Cairns. . The Gambling Harm Infrastructure Services for Hāpai Te Hauora (National Coordination Service and Te Kakano) jointly submitted an abstract in collaboration with Sheila Wahsquonaikezhik of Canada, and Janis Koolmatrie of Ngarrindjeri mob in Australia. This is a unique opportunity to share the experiences of indigenous researchers and practitioners across three continents. The discussion will...

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2016 IGC : Pre-Conference Indigenous Workshop

Since the 2016 International Gambling Conference (2016 IGC) in held 8-10 February 2016 at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) in Auckland, there have been moments of great insight to the notion of building a ‘knowledge economy’. It’s had me thinking about the way in which we share and exchange knowledge or intelligences both from person to person and culture to culture. The indigenous pre-conference workshop explored a range of topics to enhance ‘indigenous ways of knowing’ something that has become known more as the ‘knowledge economy’. Each indigenous speaker added to the collection of...

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