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Kia hiwa ra, kia hiwa ra

“E nga mana, e nga reo, e nga rangatira mai nga hau e wha, nau mai, piki mai ki tenei wananga ara “Ko Te Ahurangi” hei nga iwi, nga hapu me te hapori Maori hurinoa i Te Moana o Toi tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa”

It is our privilege to host Te Ahurangi: Rangatiratanga in Practice in the Bay of Plenty.

Monday, 30 June 2014, Tangatarua Marae, Waiariki Institute of Technology, Rotorua

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PRESENTATIONS

Read Keynote Speaker Patrick McGarvey's presentation on Rangatiratanga through a Tuhoe Lens.

Read Keynote Speaker Chris Insley's presentation on Innovations in Energy.

Read Keynote Speaker Jack Thatcher's presentation on Challenges of Voyaging with Tangaroa.

Read Workshop Speaker Tania Tapsell's presentation on Rangatahi Leadership.

Read Workshop Speakers Roku Mihinui and Donna Flavell's presentation on Wai Maori.

Read Workshop Speaker Taria Tahana's presentation on Future Aspirations for the Maori Economy.                                                        


2012 - Te Toanga Mai o Te Ra: Enhancing Maori Capacity Conference

Maori Capability Conference Programme 2012 (424KB, pdf)

"E nga mana, e nga reo, e nga rangatira mai nga hau e wha, tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa. Kia tuwhera mai he wananga ara 'Ko Te Toanga Mai o Te Ra' hei nga iwi, nga hapu me te hapori Maori huri noa i Te Moana o Toi Te Huatahi. No reira nau mai, kuhu mai, whakatau mai ra."

Bay of Plenty Regional Council hosted Te Toanga Mai o Te Ra: Enhancing Maori Capacity Conference in April. The conference shared knowledge, skills and experiences with iwi-Maori of the Bay of Plenty. It promoted ways to increase Maori capability and capacity to contribute to Council decision-making processes, and established new relationships while enhancing existing ones.

Read Waitangi Tribunal Chief Judge Justice Joe Williams' presentation on Cook's and Kupe's cultures in modern New Zealand and the future for Māori of the Bay of Plenty.   

Read Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres' presentation on Māori representation in local government.  

Read Jacinta Ruru's presentation on the law, Maori and water.

Read Nick Alexander's presentation on Te Mana o Ngati Rangitihi Trust.

Read Fiona McTavish's presentation on Bay of Connections.

Read Sacha McMeeking's presentation on the Maori economy.

Read Linda Te Aho's presentation on freshwater governance.