Unlocking Maori Business Potential
Research capabilities and innovations to help unlock Maori business potential are being showcased this week at an event hosted by the University of Waikato, its commercialisation arm, WaikatoLink, and Te Kotahi Research Institute. Maori governance models, new ways to sustainably harvest ...Continue Reading...
Waikato Tainui brings together MBA students
Kiingi Tuheitia, Patron of the Waikato-Tainui College for Research & Development, together with tribal leaders, College and University of Waikato staff, welcomed the College’s first cohort of students who have enrolled on the University of Waikato MBA programme. The opportunity for the ...Continue Reading...
The Inaugural Working with Iwi Conference 2011
The profiles of different Maori entities are ever increasing as both public and private organisations identify the importance of consulting and engaging meaningfully with Iwi. Relationship building with honest and open engagement is imperative, as is who you consult with and the approach taken. ...Continue Reading...
Kei tua o te pae: the challenges of Kaupapa Maori research in the 21st century
This hui will reignite the debate and help shape the future direction of kaupapa Maori research in Aotearoa New Zealand. Listen to leading Maori researchers discuss their experiences and get the chance to engage with them and each other to collectively build and contribute to shaping the next ...Continue Reading...
Maori Historians’ Symposium 2011 call for papers
The call for papers and registrations for He Rau Tumu Korero 2011, the Maori Historians’ Symposium are now open until Monday 2 May. A panui advertising the call is attached here, to pin up and to pass on. This year, He Rau Tumu Korero invites participants to consider the theme ...Continue Reading...
Maori history and whanau backgrounds most popular searches on AtoJs
The newly digitised Appendices to the Journal of the House of Representatives (AtoJs) have proven popular for those interested in early Maori history and family background. The top search terms for the quarter ending 30 January 2011 included Tainui, Orakau, ururoa, Riwai Kiore and Aotea. ...Continue Reading...
Bringing kaupapa Maori into the mainstream
(Radio NZ) A meeting in New Zealand is exploring how to incorporate more traditional Maori and Pacific knowledge and culture into mainstream education. Adult and Community Education Aotearoa is facilitating the gathering in Auckland for over one hundred Maori and Pacific Island educators from ...Continue Reading...
Call for applications – Fulbright-Creative New Zealand Pacific Writer’s Residency
Fulbright New Zealand and Creative New Zealand invite applications for the 2011 Fulbright-Creative New Zealand Pacific Writer’s Residency, an award which offers a New Zealand writer of Pacific heritage the opportunity to work for three months on a creative writing project exploring Pacific ...Continue Reading...
HOTA Forum meets on Issues facing Hindus in New Zealand
The Hindu Organisations, Temples and Associations (HOTA) Forum held an interactive workshop at the Mahatma Gandhi Centre, managed by the Auckland Indian Association, on February 20, 2011. About 50 representatives from a number of Hindu Organisations, temples and associations attended the forum ...Continue Reading...
Sir Peter Blake Trust seeks nominations for 2011 Leadership Awards
Great leaders build great teams and great teams achieve great things. Recognising and celebrating our leaders inspires us all to achieve. The Sir Peter Blake Trust is seeking nominations for New Zealand’s premier Leadership Awards, which identify the achievements of leaders who add value to our ...Continue Reading...
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