Māori provisions in plans: Mana whenua, mauri of water, and wahi tapu
Kennedy, N. & Jefferies, R. (2008). Māori provisions in plans: Mana whenua, mauri of water, and wahi tapu. PUCM Māori Report 3. Hamilton, New Zealand: IGCI, The University of Waikato.
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The intention of this document is to allow those using Ngā Mahi: Kaupapa Māori Outcomes an Indicators Kete (Jefferies and Kennedy, 2009, PUCM Māori Report 2) to view a range of examples of Māori provisions within statutory planning documents against plans being evaluated. The extracts in this Report 3 on Māori Provisions in Plans relate to the three tikanga in the Ngā Mahi report: Mana Whenua, Mauri (relating to water), and Wähi Tapu. It is intended that as we develop new kete (containing worksheets and user guides) and thereby expand Ngā Mahi, this current report will be revised to include plan provisions relating to additional tikanga.
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© Use of information from this report should acknowledge the authors: N, Kennedy and R. Jefferies.
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