Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa
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Pasifika

PIMN Professional development

Development of skills to enable excellent relationships and engagement with Pasifika people and resources.

Keynote Address 2014 - Damon Salesa

Damon Salesa invites us to enter Pacific New Zealand, one of the fastest growing NZ-born populations in New Zealand. How equipped is our profession to meet the challenge of these Pacific communities? Whether your community consists of a single Pacific Island family, or large, extensive populations, Damon’s presentation will start you on a path of understanding and connecting with this increasingly important sector of New Zealand society.

Judy McFall-McCaffery and Stephanie Cook - Connecting and thriving through integration: A (sP)acific example

Judy McFall-McCaffery and Stephanie Cook present their paper to the 2014 LIANZA conference on different approaches to teaching and supporting pacific students

Christina Muaiava and Judy McFall-McCaffery - Connecting through music and dance - The pacific experience

Christina Muaiava and Judy McFall-McCaffery conduct their workshop on using music and dance to engage and connect difference library communities.

PIMN SIG

 

Pasifika Information Management Network

Te Herenga o te Moana-nui-ā-Kiwa

Kia ora, Fakaalofa atu, Kia orana, Malo e lelei, Mauri ora, Ni sa Bula, Namaste, Taloha ni, Talofa lava and Warm greetings from the PIMN committee.

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