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After a successful first year, Disruptive by Nature - the youth-focussed wānanga which challenges kaimahi to think differently – is on again next month.

More than 120 kaimahi attended last year and this year more are expected to hear from guest speakers including Dr Lance O’Sullivan, Turaukawa Bartlett, Livi Hirawani, Miria Flavell and Jordaan Tuitama.

Disruptive by Nature is on December 5 at the Atrium at Wintec in Hamilton.

Numbers are limited. Click here to download the registration form. Fill it in and email it to jade.chase@twoa.ac.nz

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