Te Aho Mātauranga

Māori have strong connections to Aotearoa New Zealand's environment, with valuable inter-generational views and belief systems that can underpin decision-making, governance and stewardship.

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Overview Te Tirohanga Whānui

BioHeritage work has been led by Te Tiriti o Waitangi for some time, which has placed us in a strong position to step up to a new level of commitment and respectful partnership at all levels of the Challenge. By forming Te Aho Mātauranga, our Māori leadership rōpu (group), we have accelerated our work in this space and hope to demonstrate leadership in the wider Aotearoa innovation system.

Co-leads Ngā kaiārahi ngātahi

Bioheritage Staff Erina Watene Rawiri

Erina Watene

Erina Watene

Waikato-Tainui, Ngāti Maniapoto and Ngāi Te Rangi
BioHeritage-Staff-Shaun-Ogilvie

Professor Shaun Ogilvie

Professor Shaun Ogilvie


University of Canterbury

Resource outputs from this programme

Webinar

When the Crown controls mātauranga

June 2023   It’s been 11 years since the release of Ko Aotearoa Tēnei – a Waitangi Tribunal report into the Wai 262 claim concerning…
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Report

When the Crown controls mātauranga – full report

A report on a survey of Crown policies, programmes, legislation, funding, and impact assessment relating to mātauranga Māori.
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Summary

When the Crown controls mātauranga – summary

A one page summary of a report on a survey of Crown policies, programmes, legislation, funding, and impact assessment relating to mātauranga Māori.
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