Story: Tirikātene, Eruera Tīhema Te Āika

First meeting of the Māori Education Foundation at Parliament Buildings, 1961

First meeting of the Māori Education Foundation at Parliament Buildings, 1961

Members of the Māori Education Foundation included Secretary for Māori Affairs Jack Hunn (standing, left), MP Eruera Tirikātene (standing, second from left), Māori  Women's Welfare League representative Mira Szászy (standing, third from left), Director of Education Arnold Campbell (standing, fourth from left), Minister of Māori Affairs Ralph Hanan (seated, left), chairman Douglas Ball (seated, centre) and Minister of Education Blair Tennent (seated, right).

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Angela Ballara. 'Tirikātene, Eruera Tīhema Te Āika', Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 2010. Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, https://teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/4t18/tirikatene-eruera-tihema-te-aika (accessed 16 July 2020)