DR HEATHER CAME & ASSOCIATES
PURSUING RACIAL JUSTICE.
Bespoke co-facilitated training available
on working with
Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and/or disrupting racism within your sphere of influence
Advice and/or collaboration on equity, Te Tiriti and antiracism focused empirical and conceptual research
Short-term or longer-term arrangements to be a critical friend for those pursuing racial justice
Expert independent strategic planning support for your organisation / network to refine and achieve your equity, Te Tiriti and antiracism goals
Street-smart facilitation littered with humour, and a commitment to strengths-based practice
CRITICAL TIRITI ANALYSIS
Training, retrospective or prospective CTA technical advice or collaboration
About Dr Heather Came
Dr Heather Came is a seventh generation Pākehā New Zealander. Her background is in public health and social justice activism. Her research focuses on critical policy analysis, te Tiriti o Waitangi, anti-racism and institutional racism. As an activist scholar Heather is a founding member and co-chair of STIR: Stop Institutional Racism has prepared expert evidence for Waitangi Tribunal, has presented to United Nations human rights committees. In 2020 she founded Te Tiriti based futures + Anti racism (Decol) series of virtual anti-racism gatherings. She was a joint winner of 2021 Kāhui Hauora Tūmatanui Public Health Champion Award and in 2022 was the winner of the AUT VC Individual Teaching Excellence Award. In 2022 Heather was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for her services to Māori, education and health.
"Heather brings compassion, critical thinking, research evidence, humour and activism to all of her education work. She inspires and challenges people intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. She moves people to take informed and urgent action for social justice. Heather creates magic".
- Alex Barnes - Activist scholar