Programme 2019

We are now able to provide you with the most updated version of the programme.  Information will be updated as it comes to hand.

Rātū 5 Huitānguru (Tuesday 5 February) 2019 - Herenga te waka

Wā / TimeWhakamārama / DescriptionWāhi
930Pōwhiri - Te Rōpū Whakahau
1000ParamanawaReipae / Wharekai
1030Rehitatanga / RegistrationReipae / Wharekai
1100Te Rōpū Whakahau AGMTānenuiārangi / Wharenui
1200Kai poupoutanga o te rā / LunchReipae / Wharekai
1245Manaaki tāngata kōrero
Āwhinatia ngā tāngata nō tāwāhi
Tānenuiārangi / Wharenui
1500Pōwhiri / Welcome
International Indigenous Librarians' Forum
Tānenuiārangi / Wharenui
1530Rehitatanga / RegistrationReipae / Wharekai
1545Whakawhanaungatanga - Mihimihi ā rōpū
Introductions
Waipapa marae
- Weather pending
Tānenuiārangi (backup)
1730Kai o te pō / DinnerReipae
1830Wā whakatā / Free time
- Set up whare
1900Kōrero o te whare / Introduction to the ancestral houseTānenuiārangi / Wharenui
2100Karakia o te pōTānenuiārangi / Wharenui

Rāapa 6 Huitānguru (Wednesday 6 February) 2019 - Hoea te waka

WhakamāramaWāhi
0500Haerenga ki Waitangi / Journey to Waitangi
- First preference to international visitors

Karakia o te ata
Waitangi / Tāmaki
1430-1830Hoki mai ki Tāmaki / Return to TāmakiWaipapa marae
1845Kai o te pōReipae
2000Karakia o te pō
Wā whakatā / Free time
Wā moe / Sleep
Tānenuiārangi / Wharenui
Please note - those not able to journey to Waitangi have a free day to enjoy events around Auckland

International Visitors will have a minder whilst at Waitangi

Rāpare 7 Huitānguru (Thursday 7 February) 2018 - Hoea te waka

Whakamārama Wāhi
0600Karakia o te ataTānenuiārangi / Wharenui
0700Parakuihi / BreakfastReipae
0830Rehitatanga / RegsitrationReipae
0900Kaikōrero tuatahi
- Bernard Makoare
Ko Ahau anō tētahi i reiraTbc
1000Whitiwhiti kōrero
- Chaired by: Tbc
Discussion on lessons learnt and actions to implementTbc
1045Kaikōrero tuarua
- Dallas Goldtooth
- Dr Anne-Marie Jackson
Kaitiakitanga
Water Protector(s)
Honouring our grandparents: Connecting whānau (family) through waka (canoes)
Tbc
1215Kai poupoutanga o te rā / Lunch
Kaikōrero tuatoru
Dovie Thomason
Reipae
1315Wā whakatāMix and mingle opportunity
1400Whitiwhiti kōrero
- Chaired by: Tbc
Discussion on lessons learnt and actions to implementTbc
1515Hui orite / Concurrent Sessions
Tuatahi- Nicky Andrews
- Sandy Littletree
- Ann Balto
Repatriation
Indigenous systems
Snowhow
OGGB Case Study Room 2; 260-057
Tuarua- Deborah Lee
- Jenna Walsh
- Sarah Dupont
Decolonizing research: Conversations with Indigenous Scholars about improvements to library supports: Voices from CanadaOGGB Case Study Room 3; 260-055
Tuatoru- Tania Schafer
- Camille Callison / Meagan Byrne

- Mereana Taungapeau / Ma'ara Maeva
Dewey
Decolonizing and Indigenizing

Talanoa: Stories and connection across the Pacific
OGGB 4; 260-073
1630Hui orite / Concurrent Sessions
Tuawhā- Jessie Loyer

- Arapine Walker / Te Whai Matauranga Smith
nêhiyaw Kinship as a Framework for Information Literacy Instruction
Ko Māpuna tērā e kore e whitia e te rā – supporting emancipatory pedagogy
OGGB Case Study Room 2; 260-057
Tuarima- Spencer Lilley


- Loriene Roy / Aaron LaFromboise

- Maxine Briggs / Allara Pattison
Whāia te mātauranga he oranga mō koutou: Seeking cultural and professional development fulfilment
As long as the rivers flow: Continuing efforts to support and advance services with and for Indigenous Peoples
The Indigenous Research Centre – home away from home” and “Mukurtu – Dilly-bag (a safe place to keep precious things)
OGGB Case Study Room 3; 260-055
Tuaono- Kawena Komeiji / Keahiahi Long / Shavonn Matsuda / Annemarie Paikai
- Alana Garwood-Houng
I waiwai no ka ʻāina: Hawaiian Models of sustainability practiced in libraries

A new telling of an old story: reinterpreting the 1770 visitation
OGGB 4; 260-073
1745Kai o te pōMāori Land March documentaryReipae
1900Kaikōrero tuawhā
- Te Reo Wainene o Tua
Tbc
Wharenui
2030Karakia o te pō
Wā whakatā

Rāmere 8 Huitānguru (Friday 8 February) 2019 - Whakarewa ake ōu whakaaro

Whakamārama Wāhi
0600Karakia o te ataTe Rōpū WhakahauTānenuiārangi / Wharenui
0700ParakuihiReipae
0800Whakarite whare mō te rāTānenuiārangi
0815RehitatangaReipae
0900Kaikōrero tuarima
- Chris Cormack
Open data : Opportunity or danger?TBC
1000Hui orite / Concurrent sessions
Tuawhitu- Harriet Roy
-Samantha Callaghan
Sharing Stories – the Saskatchewan Aboriginal storytelling project

Taonga Mokemoke: Reconnecting to our lonely treasures overseas
OGGB Case Study Room 2; 260-057
Tuawaru- Camille Callison

- Mereana Taungapeau / Tharron BloomfieldTharron Bloomfield
How IILF 2015 & the Mauri stone helped kickstart a national Canadian Indigenous Matters Committee
Tāmaki Herenga Waka, Tāmaki Herenga Tāngata - Anchoring and connecting our people and stories
OGGB Case Study Room 3; 260-055
Tuaiwa- Kawena Komeiji / Keahiahi Long / Kapena Shim
- Edel Olsen
Navigating our way through the research needs of Hawaiian Studies scholars

tbc
OGGB 4; 260-073
1100
Tekau- Nicky AndrewsNicky Andrews
- Sandy Littletree
Tūpuna
History and Development
OGGB Case Study Room 2; 260-057
Tekau mā tahi- Tania Schafer
- Ria Waikerepuru
Field of Dreaming
A whānau-led kaupapa Māori collection management project
OGGB Case Study Room3; 260-055
Tekau mā rua- Jock Walker / Mohan LalMohan Lal
- Liv Inger Lindi
Whānau transformation through library: experiences of an indigenous academic library in Aotearoa, New Zealand
Sámi literature in motion
OGGB 4; 260-073
1200Kai poupoutanga o te rāReipae
1315Kaikōrero Tuaono
- Hinerangi Himiona
Navigating, guiding, powering and steering projects into the unchartered and sometimes treacherous waters of our humanity can be a costly and tricky business. TBC
1415Whitiwhiti kōrero
- Chaired by: TBC
Discussion on lessons learnt and actions to take away and implement
1630Wā whakatā
Whakarite tinana
1800Kai hākariReipae
2100Karakia o te pō
Wā whakatā

Rāhoroi 9 Huitānguru (Saturday 9 February) 2019 - Ka mate ururoa, kei mate wheke

WhakamāramaWāhi
0600Karakia o te ata
0900ParakuihiReipae
1000Whakarite ngā whare katoa
Tidy all whare
1130Future outcomes discussionReipae
1330Kai poupoutanga o te rāReipae
1430Poroporoaki
Hau kāinga
1500Hoki ki te kāinga
- Debrief for organising committee
Please note - INDIGENOUS PEOPLES ONLY DAY

NB: Bio and Abstracts for speakers are being worked upon.  We hope to have this information available over the next two weeks.