Ao Mai Te Rā is an initiative which aims to support the health sector with insights and tools to understand and address racism.
Phase One of the project is a discovery phase aiming to gain practical insights from the sector and from a body of literature, that can support a subsequent codesign process. This phase is now underway and is scheduled for completion by October 2021.
The intention is to engage as widely as possible across the sector to: ensure visibility, relevance, and transparency of the project; explore examples of best practice; and gain deep insights into the context and aspirations of the sector.
This webpage is intended to provide a digital hub for sharing information related to the project, including upcoming interactions and recordings.
The following briefing paper provides an overview of the project as well as outlining our proposed engagement process.
An open access survey that seeks to identify current approaches to anti-racism and anti-racism initiatives, well regarded anti-racism best practice examples across the sector and definitions used across the sector in respect of racism and anti-racism is now live, and we sincerely appreciate as many responses as possible.
This survey will be open until Friday, 18 June. Go to Ao Mai te Rā: Survey to find more information and participate in the survey.
If you wish to know more, please email: [email protected]