Emma Rawson Te Patu

World Federations of Public Health Associations

New Zealand
Emma Rawson-Te Patu is Director of ManuKahu Associates Limited, Indigenous Consultancy in Āotearoa New Zealand. Mrs Rawson-Te Patu is President Elect of the World Federation of Public Health Associations, the first Indigenous woman to hold the role, she is also Co-Vice Chair of the Indigenous Working Group (WFPHA). She is a Researcher/Trainer and experienced facilitator and proud health promoter. Emma has a Master of Philosophy with Honors (First Class). Emma currently consults to the New Zealand Human Rights Commission and develops training and frameworks for dismantling institutional racism, developing culturally responsive public health approaches and socially/culturally conscious business strategy and organisational development based on Indigenous knowledge. Emma is looking at developing a global framework for transformational public health founded on Indigenous knowledges and values, and Human Rights.


Decolonizing Global Health

13.30 - 14.30 (BKK)