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

 
 
 
 
 
 

Rautaki - Strategy to achieve the kaupapa.

The hui participants formulated a three-pronged strategy to achieve the Te Aranga Kaupapa. The strategy set out here is really a strategy to further develop and communicate the Kaupapa, providing a platform upon which iwi, hapu and whanau can develop their own strategic response within their own social, environmental, economic, cultural and political context. Iwi, hapu, communities and professionals throughout Aotearoa / NZ will be ultimately responsible for implementation.

Rautaki - Strategy to achieve the kaupapa.

The hui participants formulated a three-pronged strategy to achieve the Te Aranga Kaupapa. The strategy set out here is really a strategy to further develop and communicate the Kaupapa, providing a platform upon which iwi, hapu and whanau can develop their own strategic response within their own social, environmental, economic, cultural and political context. Iwi, hapu, communities and professionals throughout Aotearoa / NZ will be ultimately responsible for implementation.

Rautaki Tuatahi

Mana 

To empower, enable & connect.

Whainga: our objective
To establish a network of Maori professionals to provide response, intervention, support, advice and consultancy to Iwi, hapu, whanau and relevant stakeholders in  cultural landscapes.

 

Rautaki Tuarua

Matauranga

To inform

Whainga: our objective
To collate, develop and provide Iwi, hapu, whanau and other relevant stakeholders with the information necessary to increase their awareness and knowledge of Maori cultural landscape processes, practices. aspirations, issues, and benefits.


Rautaki Tuatoru

Rawa

To equip

Whainga: our objective
To equip Iwi, hapu, whanau and other relevant stakeholders with the tools they need to carry out meaningful, sustainable and authentic cultural landscape development and management.

 

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