"No you, no me, just us."

In this video Tā Mark Solomon, Kaiwhakahaere o Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, 1998-2016, describes how everyone came together under Kotahitanga to work together and help those affected by the February 2011 Canterbury earthquake. He also shares some of the lessons learnt during the recovery process.

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