In partnership with Daylight Creative and The Spinoff we have created a visual representation of our action plan!
A tika transition to a flourishing Aotearoa is one that embraces tikanga Māori as a source ofsolutions, upholds Te Tiriti o Waitangi and is consistent with the UN Declaration on the Rightsof Indigenous peoples (UNDRIP). A tika transition recognises our unique democracy and thecontext of Aotearoa and will ensure that the transition is fair, equitable […]
Thought Leadership Webinar: Me Tū ā-Uru – United in right relationships to each other and the environment.
Maria Bargh, Carwyn Jones & Ellie Tapsell Wellington Regional Leadership Committee 10:30-11:30am, Tues 29.08.23 A webinar where Maria, Carwyn and Ellie discuss the Me Tū ā-Uru report, how it was created and share several positive case studies of environmental governance in Aotearoa.
This guidance presents a briefing on the research undertaken by Tapsell (2022) whichexplored the dual issue of care (for each other and for the environment) that needs to beaddressed in environmental governance and policy systems. The guidance explains theneed for a Political Ethic of Care Toolbox to be used by policy, planning and decision makersin […]
Briefing of the advice provided to The Review into the Future for Local Government by Me Tū ā-Uru working group members Carwyn Jones, Maria Bargh, Ellie Tapsell and Dani Lucas.
Resourcing rangatiratanga as part of constitutional transformation: taking equity and sovereignty seriously
Matthew Scobie, Andraya Heyes, Rachael Evans & Peni Fukofuka explore the possibilities for resourcing rangatiratanga, or Indigenous self-determination.
Inaugural Lecture: Professor Maria Bargh Māori politics is the first politics of Aotearoa. With hapū based political decision-making, tikanga principles underpinning political community and leadership, and a focus on relationships, Aotearoa has been governed. The details of this political world have remained familiar amongst Māori, however the teaching of it in schools and universities has […]
Carwyn Jones explores some of the key features of co-governance, or shared decision making, between Māori and the Crown in the May 2023 Policy Quarterly Journal.
It has been 2months since the launch of our Action Plan! It was a special night and we are so thankful for those who joined us to celebrate.