Across Aotearoa, whānau, hapū and iwi are planning and delivering events and initiatives to commemorate the New Zealand Wars.
Te Pūtake o te Riri | Wars and Conflicts in New Zealand Fund has been set up to support iwi, hapū and whānau to promote and deliver events and initiatives that commemorate the New Zealand Wars.
About Te Pūtake o te Riri | Wars and Conflicts in New Zealand Fund
Te Pūtake o te Riri | Wars and Conflicts in New Zealand Fund supports whānau, hapū and iwi to promote and deliver activities and events that commemorate the New Zealand Wars.
The Fund has two parts:
- Commemoration Day Fund/Rā Maumahara of up to $500,000 to support an iwi/iwi grouping (or others acting on behalf of an iwi) to organise and carry out the national commemoration event.
- Regional Fund of $500,000 for regional commemoration events and initiatives that take place throughout the year.
It is important to note that this funding is intended to be a contribution and cannot be used to fund the total costs of the project.
|Group||Event||Region||Event Location||Event Start Date||Event End Date||Amount Requested|
|Tihi Consultants Limited||The proposal is to deliver a series of events over the two weeks, leading up to a commemorative service at Te Ngutu o te Manu Reserve on 28 October 2017.||Te Tai Hauāuru||Hāwera||Monday, 16 October 2017||Friday, 27 October 2017||$9,000.00|
|Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi||Two-day symposia titled ‘Te Pūtake o te Riri’ with a number of outcomes.||Waikato-Waiariki||Whakatāne||Wednesday, 18 October 2017||Thursday, 19 October 2017||$95,200.00|
|Ngāti Awa Community Development Trust||Commemoration of the 1865 Battle of Te Kupenga a Taramainuku Pā||Waikato-Waiariki||Te Teko - Te Kupenga Pā||Friday, 20 October 2017||$67,863.00|
|Te Reo Irirangi o Te Mānuka Tūtahi Trust||Broadcasting and Online Video Streaming of the 2017 commemoration service of the Battle of Te Kupenga a Taramainuku Pā||Waikato-Waiariki||Whakatāne||Friday, 20 October 2017||$6,000.00|
|Māori Land Charitable Trust||Public screening of the New Zealand Wars series||Te Tai Hauāuru||Ōtaki||Saturday, 28 October 2017||Sunday, 12 November 2017||$12,000.00|
|Kuranui College - Greytown||Theatre based on one of the East Coast Wars affecting Ngāti Porou and Ngāti Kahungunu||Te Tai Hauāuru||Greytown - Wairarapa||Late October||$2,500.00|
|Bridget Williams Publishing Trust||To support the Vincent O’Malley giving talks to schools about the significance of the New Zealand Land Wars||Te Tai Hauāuru||20 School Visits||Early 2018||Early 2018||$30,000.00|
|Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Ruanui Trust (TRONRT)||To organise a hīkoi to the South Island to pay respect, wānanga the historical account of, and acknowledge the lives, achievement and resting place of our Ngāti Ruanui & Pakakohe Tūpuna who were imprisoned in Dunedin in 1869.||Te Tai Hauāuru||South Island||Thursday, 1 March 2018||$61,500.00|
|Raukawa Charitable Trust||Tour to four significant New Zealand war sites where Raukawa had significant involvement.||Waikato-Waiariki||Tour to four significant New Zealand war sites where Raukawa had significant involvement.||Friday, 6 April 2018||Sunday, 8 April 2018||$71,200.00|
|Waiokura Marae and Reserves Trust||Commemorate Ōrangituāpeka and the significance of the Rāhui Whenua||Te Tai Hauāuru||Manaia, South Taranaki||Wednesday 25 April 2018||$30,000.00|
An advisory panel of five members (nominated by the Minister for Māori Development, the Minister of Arts, Culture and Heritage and iwi) was established to oversee the design of the fund and assess applications to the Fund. Panel members include (L-R):
- Pita Tipene (Iwi rep)
- Michelle Hippolite (Crown rep)
- Tā Wira Gardiner (Chair)
- Paul James (Crown rep, CE Ministry for Culture and Heritage)
- Kāwhia Te Muraahi (Iwi rep)
Role and responsibilities
The Panel’s role is to:
- provide advice to Te Puni Kōkiri on the quality of the applications and proposals and make recommendations on the level of funding and to whom. All final decisions are the responsibility of the Chief Executive, Te Puni Kōkiri; and
- provide strategic oversight on matters directly relating to the Fund.
Role of Te Puni Kōkiri
Te Puni Kōkiri will provide secretariat support to the Panel and, as appropriate, provide monitoring and evaluation information about the Fund necessary for the Panel to develop its recommendations and advice.
The Panel will cease to exist when the Fund is fully expensed or 30 June 2018 whichever is the earlier.
A Brief History
Perspectives | Wars and Conflicts in New Zealand
The wars and conflicts in New Zealand are important historical narratives which contributed to the shaping of our nation. Sharing different perspectives of the impact of these wars builds wider understanding and awareness, and will better enable all those affected to heal and move forward towards broader reconciliation.
An Overview of Wars and Conflicts in Aotearoa-New Zealand
Dr Vincent O’Malley, a New Zealand historian, discusses the New Zealand Wars, and touches on the complex issues which gave rise to them.
The Impact of Wars and Conflicts in Aotearoa-New Zealand
Dr Vincent O’Malley, continues his analysis of the New Zealand Wars, and stresses the importance for all New Zealanders to understand better the effects of these wars and conflicts on the whole nation.
Applying for the Fund
For further information about Te Pūtake o te Riri | Wars and Conflicts in New Zealand Fund please see the following:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: For regional events please contact your local Te Puni Kōkiri office.
- For national commemorations please contact Mani Crawford on 027 245 8938
Te Pūtake o te Riri successful applications announced
Fund opens for NZ Wars commemorations, 7 July 2017
New Zealand Land Wars commemorations fund panel meets, 31 May 2017
Ngāti Hine mark land wars with multisport challenge, 29 May 2017
Editorial: Commemoration of New Zealand wars is long overdue, 3 November 2016
National day to remember the New Zealand Wars to start in 2017, 31 October 2017
Date to be set for a national day to commemorate the New Zealand Wars, 21 August 2016
Confiscated Land Wars sites returned – Hon Flavell, 19 August, 2016
Government announces Land Wars Day at Turangawaewae, 19 August 2016
Day to mark New Zealand Wars on the cards – Flavell, 11 January 2016
Commemorating New Zealand Wars (no date)