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

Contents1 Acknowledgements2 Contents4 Executive Summary5 Introduction6 Whereas Mäori are determined to survive as a people;6 The cultural threshold7 Competing Worldviews8 Dual Economies9 Quantitative Economics - Gross Domestic Product (GDP)10 Qualitative Economics - Genuine Progress Index (GPI)11 Mäori Economics12 Whereas survival as a people will be happening when communities of Mäori find theexpression of kaupapa uplifting, rewarding and preferred;12 Kaupapa and tikanga framework13 Golden Age of Entrepreneurship13 Exchanges of kaupapa14 Whereas it is possible to actively pursue the expression of kaupapa through tikangaselected by the community;14 Trading Tikanga14 Statements of Wellbeing17 Types of Indicators17 Measuring expressions of kaupapa tuku iho18 Method explained21 Results23 What the use of this tool should tell us23 A contribution to whakatupu mätauranga25 Whereas the pursuit of tikanga can be planned and results measured;25 Case Study 1 : Mäori Community Wellbeing in Kapiti and Horowhenua25 Te Aho, a Mäori model for regional development27 Our People, Our Future Summit – September 200928 Analysis of contributions29 Case Study 2 : Te Papaioea describes Mäori Community Wellbeing34 Key themes36 He Oranga Hapori - a model for raising Mäori community wellbeing2

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