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

Mäori Community Wellbeing Indicators Education Iwi &SocialBusiness Kaumätua Huihuinga& OthersWhakapapa – Ranginui, Papatüanuku and their children are here; our tüpuna are beside us; we areone with these as we carry out our role in the creation of our future; this is whakapapa.24. Take opportunities for teachingwhakapapa.25. Hapü are regularly engagingto share and celebrate whakapapaconnections with each other, and withother iwi.26. Hui, including Hui-a-tau are wellattended by members of whänau, hapüand iwi.Ükaipötanga – having a sense of importance, of belong and of being a contributor to your land, toyour home, to your türangawaewae.27. Mäori influence communitydecision making.28. Marae are well supported.29. Marae express kaupapa tuku ihoabundantly.30. Marae are the preferred choice forevents.Te reo – this is the repository of all that we are as Mäori; ko Te reo te kaipupuri i te Mäoritanga.31. Take opportunities to learn/teachand use Te reo.32. Language revitalisation plans inthe place with whänau, hapü and iwi.33. Bilingual signage on the marae andin the community.Wairuatanga – recognising that our relationship with other and with our environment (maunga, awa,moana, marae) is more than physical.34. Develop skills based on inheritedknowledge (e.g. weaving, rongoa).35. Whänau and hapü provide spiritualsupport.36. Te Ao Mäori events are celebrated.47

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