Ngā mahi: Kaupapa Māori outcomes and indicators kete
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Jefferies, R., & Kennedy, N. (2009). Ngā mahi: Kaupapa Māori outcomes and indicators kete. PUCM Māori Report 2. Hamilton, New Zealand: IGCI, The University of Waikato.
Permanent Research Commons link: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/6102
As part of the Planning Under Cooperative Mandates research (PUCM) we developed a kaupapa Māori outcomes and indicators framework. This framework reflects tikanga Māori and Māori values. It also considers issues (including environmental issues) according to those tikanga that particular issues invoke. For example, tikanga brought into play in relation to council treatment and disposal of sewerage include tapu (sacred), and might also impact on the mauri (life-force) of water if treated effluent were to enter waterways. The intention of our research has been to clarify and define key Māori environmental concepts so that stakeholders (including council staff) will have a terms of reference against which they can compare desired environmental outcomes from different perspectives and be better placed to integrate Māori environmental outcomes into planning processes. The end-point is this Nga Mahi kete report containing tikanga-based worksheets and the guidelines for using them.
IGCI, The University of Waikato
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