Kiri's session is titled “Maori International” after a painting by Robyn Kahukiwa that she received as a graduation present. The painting depicts a Maori woman observing the USA political landscape and noting the absence of indigenous peoples.
Kiri will discuss the benefits and opportunities of working internationally as a Maori woman. The discussion will consider how working internationally may help with the ongoing mahi in Aotearoa to improve the lives of Maori. She will share her international experiences and the experiences of other Maori women still working abroad. Kiri's experience includes 15 years living and working as a lawyer in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates (Dubai) and travelling through Africa, parts of the Middle East, Europe and the United States.
Kiri is Special Counsel, Kahui Legal.
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