Engaging with hapū in creative, co-governance and co-management activities – the role of kawa, kaupapa and tikanga

Abstract This monograph explores the question of how engage hapū in creative, co-management and co-governance activities in a way that supports cultural safety and yields transformative, empowering and self-determined outcomes

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Can literature review method be used as an instrument of Māori knowledge development?

Abstract This report explores the relevance of literature review method to Māori knowledge development (generally) and the question of engagement with hapū (specifically). To accomplish this writing goal, it is

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Whakatupu mātauranga, co-governance and co-management: engaging with hapū in a mana-enhancing manner

Abstract This is the first report in a special issue on engaging with hapū that was created to supportkawa, kaupapa and tikanga experiences that are part of our involvement in

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Practical options for the adoption of ecosystem services thinking and methods by Māori communities in New Zealand

Special issue on ecosystem services (report 6) This report focuses on practical considerations associated with the possible role of ecosystem services as a contribution that assists in reclaiming, reframing and

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Tātari Tauutuutu: a GIS map reconstruction of te iho matua whānau o Rangi rāua ko Papatūānuku within the Horowhenua and Manawatū, circa 1769–1840.

Abstract This report outlines what might be described as a ‘Māori cultural accounting method’ (i.e. Tātari Tauutuutu) that can be used to assess aspects of the wellbeing and survival prospects

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Culture matters, too: achieving Ecological Economic outcomes through the expression of Māori cultural identity

Abstract This report explores emerging technology-based creative activities of Māori communities in New Zealand as part of their efforts to achieve the goals of cultural wellbeing and survival. We use

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