Te Puni Kōkiri presented a paper at the Māori Economic Summit providing a snapshot of and highlighting the key risks to the Māori economy in order to inform further work to mitigate these risks. It also outlines the key drivers for future change and how some Māori businesses may be placed to take advantage of these trends.
This report provides an overview of Māori Language Broadcasting in 2006. It reports data about listenership and viewership, and describes some important recent developments in this sector.
This report provides an overview of Māori Language Education in 2006. It highlights key issues and activities in the Māori language education sector in recent years.
Te Puni Kōkiri advises that users exercise caution when interpreting results from the 2006 Health of the Māori Language survey. This is due to limitations in the 2006 survey design that in particular affect comparability with the...
This report includes findings from four group discussions with young New Zealand Māori (aged 15-24 years) from the greater Wellington area. The objectives of this qualitative research were to identify and understand: the te reo and Māori cultural Māori language and cultural broadcasting and e-media communications and media content of interest; and the broadcasting and e-media devices young Māori...
We need to understand what the future will bring so Māori can make good decisions today. This report aims to share ideas and stimulate debate in the predicted context of an innovation economy, redistribution of world economic power, and climate change.
A discussion document prepared by the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) on the future of Māori economic development.
This report is designed to stimulate discussion and debate around the future of Mäori economic development. Two streams of research, summarised below, provide much of the motivation and underpinning for this report. Other work too, is important. In particular,...
This report uses data from a survey and interviews completed in 2006 by more than 1200 Māori across Australia. The Trans-Tasman flow of people, money, ideas and language means that Māori development should no longer be sēen simply in terms of the New Zealand nation state. 261 pages.
This research investigates Māori housing experiences and aspirations to identify emerging trends and issues.
This research is part of a cross-sectoral, multi-faceted response to a call for significant government intervention in Counties Manukau after increased reports about escalating youth gang activity and violent assaults in the area.
The first section of the research report outlines the methodology for the research, while the second section sets the context by looking at the demographic profile...
In order to measure progress toward achieving the fifth goal of the Māori Language Strategy, three telephone surveys of language attitudes were undertaken in 2000, 2003 and 2006. They measured knowledge, attitudes and general values about the Māori language amongst Māori and non-Māori. This factsheet provides information on the findings. A bilingual publication. 8 pages.