Categories


Tags

WomenCrisisDisabilityParentingCoordinationChildrenSexual ViolenceElderLegalYouthEthnicMenFamilyCounsellingEducationMaori


Archive

Kōrero mai Crown/Māori Relations hui – Auckland

May 04, 2018 at 11:18 AM

From the Crown/Māori Relations Team, Te Tāhū o te Ture/Ministry of Justice

Tēnā koe,

E rere nei te mihi ki ngā tihi tuitui kōrero o te motu, e tau iho ai ngā manaakitanga ki tēnā ki tēnā o tātou.

Kei te mūnga o tini, te mano i te pō e moe e.  Ko tātou te whakakanohitanga o rātou mā e ara e.

E rere nei ki te tī, ki te tā te kupu whakahuihui i a tātou ki te whakawhitiwhiti kōrero, nau mai haere mai.

 

Join the Minister for Crown/Māori Relations and have your say on this new government portfolio by meeting kanohi ki te kanohi with Hon Kelvin Davis, the Minister for Crown Māori Relations.

Please help us get the word out, by forwarding this email, or by displaying the poster (attached) until the 30th of May.

Share your views on the future of the Crown/Māori relationship.

Find out more online: www.justice.govt.nz/crown-maori

 

The Auckland event is advertised on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/events/221128051976686/

 

How to have your say

The government wants to seek your views on how to rejuvenate the Crown/Maori relationship and finalise the scope and priorities of the Crown/Maori Relations portfolio with your input.

Join the Minister for Crown/Maori Relations and have your say on this new government portfolio by meeting kanohi ki te kanohi with Hon Kelvin Davis, the Minister for Crown Maori Relations.

We need to hear from you by 5pm, Wednesday 30 May 2018. Your nearest Hui: Auckland, 6 May – 10am at Nga Whare Waatea.

 

The government wants to seek your views on how to rejuvenate the Crown/Māori relationship and finalise the scope and priorities of the Crown/Māori Relations portfolio with your input.

 

There are 3 ways you can be involved:

  1. Kanohi ki te kanohi
    Attend one of the hui/meetings that will be held across the country. You can find the dates and locations of the hui by visiting www.justice.govt.nz/crown-maori.  You’ll need to confirm that you're coming by email to CMRfeedback@justice.govt.nz.
  2. Online
    Complete the online feedback form at www.justice.govt.nz/crown-maori
  3. Post your ideas
    Send your ideas to: Crown/Māori Relations Scope Feedback, Freepost Authority 254825, Crown/Māori Relations, PO BOX 180, Wellington.

 

We need to hear from you by 5pm, Wednesday 30 May 2018.

Find your nearest hui

We are coming to the following locations:

  • Kaitaia, Sat 7 April – 8.30am at Kaitaia College, Redan Rd, Kaitaia
  • Whangarei, 8 April – 11am at Terenga Paraoa marae
  • Hokianga, 13 April – 9am at Copthorne Hotel
  • Kaikohe, 13 April – 1.30pm at Kohewhata marae
  • Nelson, 14 April – 10.30am at Tahuna Function Centre
  • Christchurch, 15 April – 11.30am at Tuahiwi marae
  • Gisborne, 21 April – 10am at Manutuke marae
  • Hastings, 22 April – 10am at Omahu marae
  • Waikato, 28 April – 9am at Waahi Paa
  • Thames, 28 April – 3pm at Mataiwhetu marae
  • Rotorua , 29 April – 11am at Te Papaiouru marae
  • Whanganui, 4 May – 2pm at Whanganui Function Centre
  • New Plymouth, 5 May – 11am at Owae marae
  • Auckland, 6 May – 10am at Ngā Whare Waatea
  • Wellington, 10 May – 4.30pm at TPK Nau Mai room
  • Invercargill, 12 May – 9.30am at Murihiku marae
  • Hokitika, 13 May – 10am at Arahura marae

Click here to download the pānui

Ngā mihi,

Crown/Māori Relations Team, Te Tāhū o te Ture/Ministry of Justice



Category: Events