Haere mai - Nau mai

Te Puni Kōkiri works within the public sector, and with Māori communities, to support Māori collective success at home and globally. Te Puni Kōkiri means a group moving forward together. As the name implies, we seek to harness the collective talents of Māori to produce a stronger New Zealand.



Information Hui - The Toitoi Land - South Island Landless Natives Act 1906

The Toitoi Land is a South Island Landless Natives Act 1906 (SILNA) block. Under the Ngāi Tahu Deed of Settlement and the Ngāi Tahu Claims Settlement Act 1998, the Toitoi Land is to be returned to its beneficial owners. There are 1,804 identified beneficial owners. To check if you are an owner or a descendant of an owner of the Toitoi Land, please view th... Read More »


Effectiveness for Māori publication suite

On 10 July 2014, Te Puni Kōkiri released new publications to add to the Effectiveness for Māori suite. You can download the documents here, as well as read speech notes and see presentation slides. These publications build on findings from Te Puni Kōkiri’s literature review Measuring Performance and Effectiveness for Māori: Key themes from the literatu... Read More »


Strategic Intentions: 2014-2018

For Aotearoa/New Zealand to achieve its cultural, social and economic goals, it needs to achieve better results for iwi, hapū and whānau Māori. Read our latest Strategic Intentions and learn how Te Puni Kōkiri will support Iwi, hapū and whānau Māori to succeed as Māori. Read More »