Two Rākau Tautoko practitioners – Dickie Humphries and Tyrone Tangata-Makiri worked in collaboration with Karl Bailey from Tāmaki Wellbeing (an ADHB initiative) to create a codesign process of engaging with the community and create a way of engaging and creating alongside community workers and residents.
The engagement process included several wananga for the Tāmaki community to connect and engage with TIES and help to implement the next steps of what TIES could look like in the future.
Through this engagement the creation of three key TIES prototypes helped to develop a new approach to how TIES can be incorporated in our way of working together. These prototypes were;
Each of these prototypes were interwoven and embedded into the activities that were active in Tāmaki through 2017. We anticipated for the next steps of an interwoven approach to be implemented in 2018.
Timeframe: August 2017 – May 2018
Other Key Organisations involved: