Māori have improved outcomes across key areas of government investment.
The public sector system needs to respond more effectively to Māori needs and aspirations, and support whānau toward self-determination and intergenerational transformation. More work is necessary to understand how effective public sector initiatives to improve Māori wellbeing objectives have been. A key piece of work in this regard is the Māori Macro Policy Framework, Te Tautuhi-ō-Rongo: which guides policy development through the lens of a positive reading of te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Focus areas for this strategic priority
To increase public sector performance for Māori, Te Puni Kōkiri will support the increased use of Whānau-centred Approaches across public sector agencies, increase its Māori Public Policy Leadership and guidance across the public sector, and ensure there are public sector accountability mechanisms through Māori Wellbeing Monitoring.
Learn more about our current work
- Whānau Ora
- Paiheretia te Muka Tāngata
- Monitoring Public Sector Performance
- National Strategy Engagement: Eliminating family violence and sexual violence