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

6. Kaumätua are involved and engaging in iwi/hapü decision making and learning.7. Governance groups are healthy, skilled, and provide strong kaupapa based guidance.8. Self determination is expressed within all social, business and professional environments.Whanaungatanga – recognising that our people are our wealth; knowing that you are not alone;and assuring others that nor are they alone.9. Mäori business networks in the area are well supported.10. Tautangata Mäori are supporting the tino rangatiratanga of the mana whenua.11. Tautangata Mäori are supported in the learning, sharing and expression of their ownindividual iwitanga.12. Tangata whenua from abroad are engaging with Aotearoa Mäori.Pükengatanga – teaching, preserving and creating knowledge as part of the Mätaurangacontinuum.13. All tamariki have access to whänau managed kura kaupapa education.14. Whakatupu Mätauranga is active and returning benefits to the community.15. Kaumätua contributions are sought after.16. Enrolment targets for Wänanga and other Mäori educational organisations are met.Manaakitanga – behaving in ways that elevate others; showing respect and considerationtoward others; generosity and fulfilling reciprocal obligations.17. Whänau are shaping and participating in Whänau wellbeing.18. Hosting events of regional and national significance for Mäori.19. Celebrating and supporting, voluntary activities.Kotahitanga – making decision and taking actions that lead to the unity of purpose and not todivision and disharmony.20. Relationships and communication between Mäori are strong.21. Consensus decision making is effective.22. Rangatahi are involved in education and community.23. Mäori are engaging productively with the wider community.Whakapapa – Ranginui, Papatüanuku and their children are here; our tüpuna are beside us; weare one with these as we carry out our role in the creation of our future; this is whakapapa.24. Take opportunities for teaching whakapapa.25. Hapü are regularly engaging to share and celebrate whakapapa connections with eachother, and with other iwi.26. Hui, including Hui-a-tau are well attended by members of whänau, hapü and iwi.Ükaipötanga – having a sense of importance, of belong and of being a contributor to your land,to your home, to your türangawaewae.27. Mäori influence community decision making.28. Marae are well supported.29. Marae express kaupapa tuku iho abundantly.30. Marae are the preferred choice for events.41

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