In Aotearoa we welcome women who identify as Maori, Pacific Island and Asian to address the gap of ethnic diversity in leadership and as business owners.
Rachel interweaves her Rise2025 coaching with a raft of other work supporting Maori business women and the Maori economy.
Te Runanga kaumatua Keelan Ransfield states that Maori
"don't seem to be gaining any ground" in pay negotiations so far which have been led by non-Maori
Traditionally, within tikanga Maori
custom) there existed a Maori
system of law, order, and justice that was fully integrated into everyday life (Pratt, 1992).
Rather than accusing critics of his Te Ture Whenua Maori
Bill of telling lies, Maori
Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell should show some backbone and front up to a debate on the issue, says Ikaroa-Rawhiti MP Meka Whaitiri.
These efforts resulted in a rapid decline in SIDS deaths, with a halving of the New Zealand SIDS rate within two years (Mitchell, Brunt, & Everard, 1994); however, a very small decrease in the Maori
SIDS rate over that same time, led to a huge increase in SIDS disparity.
The country continues to benefit from Irihapeti Ramsden's conceptualisation of cultural safety, and its incorporation into nursing requirements by the Council; the establishment of Te Kaunihera o Nga Neehi Maori
o Aotearoa, the National Council of Maori
Nurses; the development of Maori
nurse training programmes addressing the under-representation of Maori
in the nursing workforce; the commitment of nurses to working with Maori
communities in whanau ora services.
Introduction: Why Investigate the History of Maori
Entanglements of Empire: Missionaries, Maori
, and the Question of the Body, by Tony Ballantyne.
Global Banking News-April 29, 2015--BNZ develops special team to service Maori
representation in New Zealand's local and district councils has become a big debating point in political circles.
In July this year, Associate Health Minister Tariana Turia launched the revised He Korowai Oranga: The Maori
Health Strategy for New Zealand.
In his book The Demon Profession former NZ First strategist Michael Laws writes dismissively of Winston's Maori
Alice Te Punga Somerville's recent study Once Were Pacific: Maori
Connections to Oceania invites readers to board her waka, an ocean-going canoe, to journey through waves of time and genres in search of "a kind of regional identification" (xxx) that spans much of the Pacific region.
I have introduced myself today as a Maori
to situate myself in the