This paper A matter of personal and national identity – a note on revitalising Māori culture provides his perspective as one who is “looking in from the outside.”
This is the second in a series of papers Te Puni Kōkiri commissioned to contribute to the development of our work around Oranga Māoritanga – Cultural Vitality.
In this paper, Pūmau Tonu te Mauri, Living as Māori, now and in the future Sir Mason reminds us of the challenge to adopt and support policies and programmes that foster a secure cultural identity so that Māori might live well as Māori.
This is the first in a series of papers Te Puni Kōkiri commissioned to contribute to the development of our work around Oranga Māoritanga – Cultural Vitality.
This booklet relates to the Government’s Better Public Services programme that focuses on State Sector services working together to deliver improved services and better results for New Zealanders.
This resource introduces a set of indicators collated from a range of agencies which provide a picture about the prevalence of violence across Māori families in Aotearoa New Zealand. These measures show that the impact of Māori family violence extends beyond the whānau and has a high social and financial cost to society.
The aim of the formative evaluation is to examine how well the Whānau Ora commissioning model is working across the three agencies.
It addresses the key question, “How well has commissioning, as a model (or approach), positioned each agency to achieve the Whānau Ora outcomes?” The focus of this evaluation is on the model – and not the performance of the commissioning agency nor whānau outcomes...
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Social Services, Families & Whānau, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Leadership, Hapū, Iwi, Manaakitanga, Te Āo Māori, Whakapapa, Whānau, Whānau Ora, Whanaungatanga
The first phase of Whānau Ora (2010 – 2015) has focused on strengthening provider capability to design and deliver whānau-centred approaches.
This report presents findings from the research and monitoring programmes undertaken during the first phase to determine:
which components of whānau-centred approaches were evident during implementation, and the degree to which they aligned with...
Whānau and Low-Income Household Savings, He Kai Kei Aku Ringa, examines options for whānau and low-income household savings schemes, and identifies several areas through which the Crown, iwi and interested parties and/or stakeholders could intervene to encourage positive savings behaviour on behalf of whānau and low-income households.
This report presents an overview of the 2013 Māori economy from statistical information that was provided from a number of sources but primarily from the Census in 2013. This report further provides valuable information and findings about the economic landscape of the Māori Economy is the most current information available.
In July 2014 the then Minister of Whānau Ora, Minister Turia presented this Whānau Ora Achievements Report in the House.
The report summarises the achievements of Whānau Ora over the four years it had been in place. The report also includes success stories, the commissioning approach and future priorities.
Topics: Kaupapa Māori, Literature review, Research, Employment & Labour, Income & Wealth, Hapū, Iwi, Manaakitanga, Whānau, Māori, Innovation
Māori entrepreneurship and Māori in business are growing fields of inquiry particularly since the financial recessions of the 1980s. The importance to the New Zealand economy of small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs who create them is gaining momentum. The findings of this document indicates that Māori entrepreneurs differ from what is described as the ‘ideal’ entrepreneur.