ICA between New Zealand and Canada
In August 2022, Minister for Māori Development Hon Willie Jackson and Canadian Minister of Indigenous Services Hon Patty Hajdu signed an Indigenous Collaboration Arrangement between the governments of Aotearoa-New Zealand and Canada.
ICA between New Zealand and Australia
Minister for Māori Development and Associate Minister for Trade and Export Growth Hon Nanaia Mahuta and Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP signed a collaboration arrangement to deepen the trans-Tasman working relationship on indigenous issues.
The Section 8I Report 2019
A report on the progress made in the implementation of recommendations made to the Crown by the Waitangi Tribunal
The Section 8I Report
A report on the progress made in the implementation of recommendations made to the Crown by the Waitangi Tribunal.
Māori cultural revitalisation in social media
Dr Acushla Deanne (Dee) Sciascia is of Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāruahine Rangi, Te Atiawa descent. She was awarded the Fulbright Harkness New Zealand Fellowship where she disseminated her doctoral research findings throughout the USA. More recently, her research has extended into online Indigenous citizenship and the expression and actions of tino rangatiratanga (self-determination) by Indigenous communities through socially mediated spaces.
Cultural Revitalisation and the making of identity with Aotearoa New Zealand
Donna Matahaere Atariki is of Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Ruanui, Ngā Rauru and Te Atiawa descent, has a background in Māori development and is engaged in roles at national, regional and local levels, including the Chair of the Ōtākou Rūnanga, a member of the University of Otago Council, and a Gambling Commissioner.
Cultural Revitalisation: One Pasifika Perspective
Anne Moefa’auo is an educator, having taught migrants, refugees, Pasifika and Maori students for more than 20 years.
A matter of personal and national identity – a note on revitalising Māori culture
Colin James is a political journalist of more than 40 years experience and political columnist of the year in 2003. He is a senior associate of the Institute for Governance and Policy Studies at Victoria University of Wellington and makes presentations on the strategic political, policy and political-economy environment to companies, industry associations, government departments and other groups.
Pūmau Tonu te Mauri, Living as Māori, now and in the future
Sir Mason Durie KNZM FRSNZ FRANZCP (Rangitāne, Ngāti Kauwhata, Ngāti Raukawa) is one of New Zealand’s most respected academics, and was knighted in 2010 for services to public and Māori health.