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Noah Te Rama Thomas Pene

Born and raised in South Auckland, Noah Te Rama Thomas Pene is from a family of Maori activists. He is a communist and active participant in local organizing communities around decolonization, racism, criminal injustice and climate change.

Having worked as a kaitiaki (guardian) for the bird sanctuary on Mokoia Island with Ngati Rangi Te Aorere and as the South Auckland representative for the Morehu Youth Movement, he is attending COP23 as a member of Te Ara Whatu, the first indigenous youth delegation to leave the shores of Aotearoa/New Zealand.

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