Ā mātou kaupapa
He matua pou whare e rokohia ana, he matua tangata ekore e rokohia
The main (parent) pole in a house can always be found, but a human parent cannot always be found
Māori language, culture and values holding a place at the centre of Māori and Aotearoa New Zealand identity.
Māori New Zealanders being confident of enjoying both opportunities and outcomes that are equal to those of all New Zealanders.
High performing people, assets and enterprises creating a thriving Māori economy.
The Crown and iwi Māori experiencing genuine engagement and productive, enduring relationships.
This year the Government’s 2018 Budget announces resourcing for initiatives committed to whānau development. Read more about what this means for whānau, hapū, and iwi through Budget 2018.
For the Crown to have genuine engagement and productive relationships with Māori. Includes current consultations.
An effective State Sector to support Māori aspirations.
For Māori to be secure, confident and expert in their own language and culture.
For Māori to be skilled, learned and innovative.
For Māori economic wealth to thrive through high performing people, assets and enterprises.