He Oranga Hapori: A model for raising Maori ... - Te Puni Kokiri

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He Oranga Hapori: A model for raising Maori ... - Te Puni Kokiri

Kaipotanga17. Marae are seen as preferred venues for events and functions by whänau.18. Marae are active and busy serving the needs of their community.Manaakitanga19. Kaumätua are supported in contributions to whänau, hapü and iwi.20. Mäori businesses employ Mäori.21. Mäori are volunteering to encourage and support others in need.22. Community groups and service providers are well resourced.Rangatiratanga23. Good role models are promoted to rangatahi.24. Effective leadership is demonstrated at whänau, hapü and iwi level by kaumätua andothers.25. Mäori are developing strong sense of identity and self-confidence.26. Mäori are active and participating in political affairs.Kotahitanga27. Whänau are engaging with other cultures.28. Iwi are involved and participating positively in the community.29. Iwi are working with each other.30. Te Tiriti is promoted in the community and included in primary and secondarycurriculum.31. Mäori are skilled and engaged in the workforce.32. Business support services contribute to the Mäori economy.33. The community shares collective responsibility for welfare of tamariki.Pukengatanga34. Mäori culture is celebrated through events, functions and programmes.35. Kapa haka groups are growing their numbers and standards of performance.36. Kaumätua and others are ensuring that tikanga and kawa are upheld on marae andwithin the whänau and hapü.37. Kaupapa Mäori models are developed and used in Mäori communities.38. Preservation of mätauranga Mäori through informal and formal wänanga learning.39. Financial literacy courses are available at all marae.40. Greater access to Mäori educational institutions.An analyst joined the surveyors over two days to identify and develop tikanga from theseindicators to give expression to the kaupapa.In this way, the sample demonstrated their ability to actively pursue the expression of kaupapathrough tikanga they selected.Planned tikanga and resultsThe study group also identified potential statements to measure the display of tikanga andsubsequent expressions of kaupapa tuku iho. A matrix was developed to identify different groupsin the Mäori community that might influence how the tikanga is implemented and subsequentlyincrease the expression of these kaupapa. 4949 The plan was developed by the peoplesof Ati Awa, Ngäti Raukawa and NgätiToarangatira. The activities of WRMincluded the establishment of TeWänanga-o-Raukawa in Ötaki.31

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