COUNCIL-MĀORI RESOURCES
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    (2017): This document provides information for councils and Māori when considering their arrangements to engage and work with each other.

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    (2015): The Freshwater Iwi Leaders Group, on behalf of the Iwi Chairs Forum, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with LGNZ to support and encourage strong relationships and collaboration between councils and iwi. Signed in Wellington, 6 August 2015.

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    (2011):  Council-Māori engagement: The ongoing story was delivered by Dr Mike Reid to the inaugural "Working with Iwi Conference 2011," organised by Liquid Learning, Te Wharewaka o Poneke, in Wellington, 14 June 2011.

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    (2011): Local Authorities and Māori - Case studies of local arrangements is an update of Co-Management: Case studies involving local authorities and Māori (2007) and is a tool for elected members and staff to learn from their colleagues in the local government sector.

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    (2007): Co-Management: Case studies involving local authorities and Māori provides in-depth case study examples of co-management of natural resources by councils and Māori.

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    (2007): Factsheet: Council - Māori engagement is an easy-to-read factsheet that provides information on the benefits of building good relationships with Māori, statutory responsibilities, and ways of strengthening engagement.

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    (2007): FAQs on Council - Māori engagement provides answers and information to address questions frequently asked by councils about council-Māori engagement:  

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    (1997): Liaison and consultation with Tangata Whenua: A survey of local government practice  was undertaken earlier this year to identify the range of ways that councils undertake iwi liaison and consultation is an excellent example of this type of work.

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    Te Maruata is a sub-committee of the National Council of LGNZ. It promotes increased representation of Māori as elected members, enhances Māori participation in LG processes, supports councils building relationships with Māori groups, and much more.

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    Find out who the current members of Te Maruata Roopu Whakahaere are. 

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