Decolonising your Puku: indigenous food sovereignty

Author: Arpi Dutta, Communications Manager

How do our food systems impact our lands, waters and whānau wellbeing? Jared Hiakita, Kelly Marie Francis and Dr Jessica Hutchings with facilitator Kaye Maree Dunn, discusses approaches to food in Aotearoa that prioritise self-reliance and self-sustaining practices and promote indigenous food security.

Addressing the current broken food systems, the panel korero on how an indigenous food sovereignty movement is using Mātauranga Māori and principles of hua parakore and kaitiakitanga to increase availability and cultivation of kai, and heal both land and people.

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