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Māori land governance and management
Presentation made to Kellogg Rural Leadership Programme, 1 Feb 2016
Insights into Maori decision-making frameworks and approaches
Presentation made at the Native Title Conference 2016
Redefining and reconfiguring the Papakainga
Presentation given at the 2017 Maori Land based Summit, 17 March 2017.
Better urban planning : Wananga for Māori practitioners working in the built environment
Comments from Hirini Matunga via Papa Pounamu, NZPI – 16 June 2016
Tourism and Maori development in Westland
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2001-07)
The main aim of this report is to provide an understanding of Maori tourism in order to enhance the ability of both new and established Maori tourist operators, their organisations and the wider Maori community to develop ...
Maori tourism : concepts, characteristics and definition
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2003-03)
The aim of this report is to seek conceptual clarification of 'Maori tourism', 'Maori tourism business' and 'Maori tourism product'.To achieve this aim, the report has the following objectives: To review the different ...
The values associated with Maori-centred tourism in Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2003-07)
The overall aim of this study was to analyse Maori tourism development in the Canterbury region according to values of Maori-centred tourism. The objectives to achieve this aim were to validate the relevance of the values ...
Urban ecology, tangata whenua and the colonial city
(Wickliffe Press, 2000)
Any discussion about urban ecology, tangata whenua and urban environments needs to be situated critically within the wider context of colonialism and the ongoing colonial project. New Zealand cities still display, cherish, ...
From exploitative to regenerative tourism: Tino rangatiratanga and tourism in Aotearoa New Zealand
(Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2020-11-30)
Aotearoa New Zealand’s environmental management has long been considered short-sighted and focused on economic development over environmental, cultural or social imperatives. Tourism contributes to those pressures on our ...
Urban papakainga development: A contemporary take on a traditional concept
Presentation at the Whose land is it anyway? 2017 Symposium, 14-16 November 2017, Melbourne.