Te Mata Hautū Taketake // Māori and Indigenous Governance Centre
Te Mata Hautu Taketake - the Maori and Indigenous Governance Centre is a research centre within Te Piringa - Faculty of Law at the University of Waikato, with a vision to improve Maori Indigenous Governance generally. Read More
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"What is happening in the Maori Governance Space?" Symposium 2016
Date: Friday 2nd September 2016
Location: N.3.01 (the new Law building)
Starting time: 9.30am
The Maori Indigenous Governance Centre is holding a Maori Governance Symposium on 2 September.
Senior under-graduate and postgraduate students and staff who are researching topical issues on Maori Governance will present on: Six Pillars of Maori governance, New Zealand international trade and enterprise and Maori governance, Maori women in Ngapuhi leadership, the recent Waikato-Tainui governance review, governance of the takutai moana space, and Te Mana Whatu Ahuru – the blending of Mana for Maori economic development, and more.View programme
We invite you to attend the sessions you have an interest in. Please RSVP to email@example.com for catering purposes by 25 August 2016.
For further information on the Māori and Indigenous Governance Centre, contact Mylene Rakena, Research Centre Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07 838 4466 ext 6727.