Auckland Independent Māori Statutory Boards : Role and Functions of the Selection Body
Outlined in this factsheet are steps to selecting board members, and explains their purpose and functions.
Local Government (Auckland Law Reform) Bill 2009 Independent Maori Statutory Board
The Local Government (Auckland Law Reform) Bill provides for the establishment of a Māori Statutory Board; that is independent of the Auckland Council, and which is intended to ensure that the Auckland Council takes the views of Māori into account when making decisions.
Māori and Council Engagement Under The Resource Management Act 1991
In late 2004, Derek Fox and a Te Puni Kokiri analyst travelled to six regions throughout New Zealand and met with selected Māori groups, hapu and iwi, and the corresponding regional and territorial authorities.
Māori Council Engagement Under the Resource Management Act 1991
This case studies report presents the views of council staff and Maori resource management practitioners on the current processes and structures that local authorities have in place to engage with Maori under the RMA.