Tikanga – Protocol for going onto Marae. 2011. 6 Key Steps of a Basic Pōwhiri Karanga Whaikōrero W aiata Koha Hongi Hākari.
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A traditional Māori welcome on to a marae is called a pōwhiri (or pōhiri). Marae are not the only places where pōwhiri take place - nowadays pōwhiri can happen anywhere that hosts (tangata whenua) need to formally greet a group of visitors (manuhiri).Tikanga Overview
Staff from The University of Auckland will act as hosts (tangata whenua)
Staff from The Univeristy of Otago will lead the visitors (manuhiri), including all delegates, through the Pōwhiri.
The waiata which the visitors (including delegates) will sing can be found on the LIME Connection IV website – please take the time to listen to the songs in advance and become familiar with the words.LIME Connection IV Pōwhiri
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