Te Piriti – Intermediate Course. The intermediate course builds on the foundations set in the introductory course. We focus in more depth on the application of Māori values in different planning settings and explore Tiriti o Waitangi / Treaty of Waitangi through the lens of settlements.
It is important that planners understand the role of mana whenua and tangata whenua in the resource management environment and how to recognise and provide for their values. Planning for Māori Values is designed as a series of three workshops.
- Te Tīmatanga – Introductory Workshop
- Te Piriti – Intermediate Workshop
- Ki Te Hoe – Advanced Workshop
In this workshop we will explore the proposed resource management reforms and impacts on Māori. This will include how technicians improve their approach to Māori engagement and offers suggested approaches to planning investigation and inquiry.
- Understand and make provision
for how Treaty Settlements impact on RMA and LGA processes and Council Decision
- Gain an understanding of
working with Treaty Settlement legislation, statutory acknowledgements, Iwi
Management Plans and CVA’s CIA’s
- Gain an understanding of how
legislation changes will impact Māori
Jade is Te Whānau-a-Apanui, Ngāti Tūwharetoa and Ngāpuhi and she is managing director of her own taiao consulting business Wikaira Consulting Limited. Jade has been running the Planning for Māori Values (Advanced and Introduction) courses for the past six years. She recently stepped down from the role of Chairperson for Papa Pounamu, the Māori Planners network and special interest group of the NZPI.
Jade is a proud planner and works with mana whenua across the country on resource management and environmental projects. She and her team are focussed on delivering outcomes that reflect the aspirations of iwi, hapū and Māori communities. This includes services in environmental planning and resource management, strategic policy and the integration of te ao Māori perspectives.
Ida Kohu is from Waikato, Ngāi Te Rangi and Ngāti Ranginui and she brings extensive experience from a career in the public sector. She has experience in the development of the values system that are a core component of the Planning for Māori Values courses.
William Koopu is from Te Whānau-a-Apanui and brings a lifetime of lived experience in working with Māori development especially in relation to kaupapa on whenua and wai. He was raised in the Bay of Plenty and has worked for organisations such as the Māori Land Court and the Department of Māori Affairs. He is currently a trustee on a Māori land block and brings this experience to the delivery of the Planning for Māori Values courses.
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Friday 03 February.
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