This is God’s Country, don’t race through it like Hell! (Pukekura Website) I could go for another walk till the ocean breakwaters... but I prefer to tell you (in French) about my Greymouth experience. I’ll be happy to translate if google doesn’t! Me voilà assise dans un café très sympa au bord du fleuve qui … Continue reading À la Recherche des Maoris (15): A la croisée des chemins (Franz Josef -Greymouth )
5 Îles, 5 styles et autant de Madeleines: un 150ème Canadien rugissant!
John Oliver may have jokingly referred to Canada as the baby England and America abandoned in the snow, it remains one of the most diverse, beautiful and awesome places on this planet and wait...the good news is that its people are just as diverse, beautiful and awesome! En français dans le texte!
Indigenous languages in the City (WIPCE research notes) WIPCE 2017 Part 2
These are my notes regarding Several sessions which took place on Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at WIPCE:1) Ignite session 78 on Indigenous languages in the City (with detailed notes, abstracts and background info;2) Teale, Alan (2017), 'New South Wales: Governance and its impact on education', paper given at WIPCE 2017, 24-28 July 2017.3) Williams, Shayne … Continue reading Indigenous languages in the City (WIPCE research notes) WIPCE 2017 Part 2
Education is our Buffalo! WIPCE 2017 part I
The World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education is a remarkable opportunity for Indigenous people worldwide to share their experience and practice. However this time, I perceive a clearer political agenda encompassing language and earth survival...