Tātari Tauutuutu: moving beyond ‘cultural impact assessment’ in search of Māori cultural survival outcomes

This report was written following a decision to discontinue using a ‘cultural impact assessment’ approach after becoming more aware of the limitations of this now well-established planning and policy tool.

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Te Wānanga o kaupapa Māori

Abstract This monograph explores two questions related to the creative activities and published work of our Māori pūkenga in the western academy. First, we seek to better understand just what

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Whakatupu mātauranga in a mixed market economic world: the commodification of kawa, kaupapa and tikanga

Abstract This report, number 4 in the Whakatupu Wahapū Ora monograph series, draws on learnings from creative activities to identify barriers to successful hapū engagement that are linked to (i)

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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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The use of ecosystem services thinking and methods in differing cultural contexts

Special Issue on Ecosystem Services (part 4)This report is part 4 in a special issue on the role of ecosystem services thinking and methods inmeasuring, better understanding and tracking progress

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