Te Ruki Pierce-Dunn is one of two future Māori leaders to be selected as a UN Youth International Delegate. He says the key to Māori success is having strong support systems at home and at school.
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Te Ruki Pierce-Dunn is one of 22 students selected to represent New Zealand in the Global Development Tour as a United Nations Youth International Delegate.
A group of students together with national and international artists have transformed a concrete water reservoir into a work of art, to curb students' tagging and leaving school. The project will not only brighten up the Massey High School grounds but provide artistic opportunities for at-risk kids passionate about graffiti art.
Taiohi Tātaki of Massey High School, Te Wao Nui o Tiriwa hails from the Tāmaki Makaurau rohe and represents Te Kawerau ā Maki, Te Waiōhua and Te Taoū.