Indigenous brands, Maori business, Kaupapa Growth and innovation, collaborative pilot projects, culture connection and exchange, design enabled economic, culturally enriched.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Extent of strategic impact: The sectors below illustrate potential areas for application of the strategy as identified by Te Aranga hui participants.

Extent of strategic impact: The sectors below illustrate potential areas for application of the strategy as identified by Te Aranga hui participants.

Iwi / Hapu / Marae:

• Iwi / Hapu development strategy
• Iwi / Hapu Management Plans
• Whenua Development Plans
• Marae / Reserve management Plans
• Property / Facility Development
• Business and economic development
• Papakainga development
• Cultural facility development projects
• Stakeholder relationships / partnering
• Research

Design & Development Professionals:

• Client / consultant relationships
• Cultural development process
• Integration of tikanga
• Collaborative approach
• Professional bodies
• Articulating culture
• Cultural partnerships
• Formation of Incorporated Society
• Professional development
• Publication
• Research

Local Government:

• District Plan
• Papakainga / Waahi Tapu Policy
• Resource Management Plans
• Reserve Management Plans
• Urban Development Strategies
• Regional Development Clusters
• Regional initiatives / case studies
• Civic Development Projects
• Cultural Facilities
• Long Term Council Community Plans
• Bylaws / Research

Central Government:

• Legislation, policies and activities of:
• Local Government NZ
• Ministry for the Environment / MAF
• Department of Conservation / Nga Whenua Rahui
• Te Puni Kokiri
• Te Kooti Whenua Maori
• Ministry of Health
• Ministry of Arts, Culture & Heritage
• Ministry of Economic Development
• Department of Internal Affairs / Treasury
• Ministry of Education / Tertiary Providers
• Housing NZ Corporation
• Department of Building and Housing
• Waitangi Tribunal / Office of Treaty Settlements

 

 

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