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Tameem Shaltoni

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Tameem Shaltoni, a Palestinian New Zealander whose family was dispossessed to Jordan, IT professional, father of school-aged children.

Everything By: Tameem Shaltoni

Society15.12.23

A Ceasefire and Beyond

Tameem Shaltoni is a Palestinian New Zealander, born in Jordan to a family of Palestinian Arab refugees. Here he reflects on the call for a ceasefire in Gaza and what’s next.

Society09.12.23

How do we be respectful in our displays of solidarity? Tameem Shaltoni and Tina Ngata share their perspectives on how we can best show up for Indigenous peoples struggling against colonialism worldwide.

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