SCANZ2018:peace*water*power

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scanz2006

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Kai Tiaki Moana

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Sidja & Sinaa

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He Aurongo

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SCANZ 2017: Ocean*Energy – Mahia

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Solar powered ukeleles

Nigel Helyer WPP2016

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Peace Mandala

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Convergence was projected onto a screen mounted on the band rotunda in Pukekura Park

Convergence

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Lee Joachim at SCANZ

Lee Joachim of the Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation Skyped into SCANZ 2015:water and peace to talk with participants. Renita Glencross of Ethos Global, an Aboriginal advocacy organisation also attended SCANZ in the first week. SCANZ 2015 also saw the first involvement of Pacific peoples at SCANZ, with the presence of two participants from Vanuatu – Sandy Sur and Prim Rose Wari; along with the first representation of Inuit peoples with Jesse Tungilik and Stacey Aglok MacDonald of the Nunavut people. Intercreate is seeking further engagement with indigenous groups worldwide.