Ka mahi a Te Puni Kōkiri kia whai pūkenga, kia mātau, kia auaha hoki te iwi Māori.
Mā te whakakaha i ngā pūkenga o te iwi Māori ngā moni whiwhi e nui ake ai, ā, ka āhei te iwi Māori ki te hāpai i te mana motuhake i ō rātou ake oranga, ā, mā reira e whai wāhi ai rātou ki te takahi i ngā ara e hiahia ana rātou me te ruarua o ngā here i ō rātou whiringa.
Mā te whai pūkenga, te ako, me te whai mātauranga e whaihua ai te tangata takitahi, tōna whānau, hapori hoki, ā, ko te mutunga iho ka whaihua te ohanga o Aotearoa.
Ka titiro mātou ka pēhea te iwi Māori e whai pūkenga, mōhiotanga hoki, ā, ka āta aro atu ki te hāpai i te whiwhinga o te iwi Māori i ngā tohu mātauranga ikeike.
Ngā Kaupapa me ngā Pānui
Kua rārangi mai ngā kaupapa me ngā pānui ki raro iho nei.
Thriving in an authentic Māori learning environment
The aim of Te Pā o Rākaihautū is to nurture the whole person; a-tīnana, a-hinengaro, a-wairua, a-whānau so that they stand with strength, pride, passion and purpose.
Te Puni Kōkiri hosts Australian indigenous business delegation
Australian Indigenous and Māori business leaders realise they both face similar barriers.
Camp inspires rangatahi to protect environment
A camp that connects rangatahi to the environment is opening the eyes and minds of Ngāti Porou descendants.
Mass haka to welcome fleet of waka
About a thousand people in Wellington are gearing up to perform in a mass haka on the waterfront, to pōwhiri a dazzling fleet of ocean-voyaging waka.
Talking suicide prevention with our rangatahi
Rangatahi from across the Wellington region gathered to talk about the topic of suicide and to show each other that support was out there.