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Talanoa panels Session 2: A Pacific lens on redress at Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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Talanoa panels Talanoa is a concept recognised in many Pacific island nations including Niue, Tonga, Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Hawai’i and the Cook Islands.

Talanoa panels Session 1: Pathways into care at Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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Talanoa panels Talanoa is a concept recognised in many Pacific island nations including Niue, Tonga, Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Hawai’i and the Cook Islands.
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Witness statement of Mr VT at Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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Mr VT migrated from Samoa with his family in the 1980s.

Witness statement of David Crichton at Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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David Crichton (formerly David Mohi) spent around 17 years in care across numerous care placements.
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Witness statement of Billy Puka Tanu at Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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Billy Puka Tanu is of Tokelauan and Māori descent.
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Witness statement of Mr TY at Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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Mr TY is a Samoan male who was placed in Owairaka and Kohitere after running away from home at the age of 12.
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Witness statement of Leota Scanlon at Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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Leota Scanlon, a 58-year old man of Samoan descent, was a patient at the Lake Alice Child and Adolescent Unit.
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Witness statement of Leota Dr Lisi Petaia at Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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Leota Dr Lisi Petaia is the only Pacific forensic psychiatrist in the world.
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Statement of Antony Dalton-Wilson at Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga hearing

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Antony Dalton-Wilson is of Samoan, Jewish, German and Gypsy descent.