Kai Sovereignty

Understanding Māori food security and sovereignty
A research piece looking at kai sovereginty in whakatane
To thrive, we need to re-imagine Aotearioa's relationship with food
An oponion piece by Angela Clifford about the importance of kai sovereignty in New Zealand
Maara Kai Programme
a local level initiative that is administered through all TPK regional offices, small one-off funding grants of up to $2,000 (GST exclusive) are available to help community groups, such as marae, kōhanga reo, Kura, schools and Māori communities. This funding can be used to support the provision of services to enable the establishment of a garden.

Mahi & Economic

MWDI Supports wāhine Māori and their whānau in business providing micro-loans, business coaching & financial capability programmes.
Poutama Trust
Poutama is an independent charitable trust established in 1988 to provide business development services to Māori. Poutama strives to create an environment for successful business ventures and economic growth for Māori. Income generated from its investments enables Poutama to engage in activities and provide services that support and facilitate Māori business development.
Mahi.co.nz - Māori-focused Employment Opportunities
A job board featuring Māori-focused employment opportunities
Careers New Zealand
Use these tools to get career ideas, explore study options, create your CV and access job hunting support.

Whānau, Hapu & Iwi

Ngā Kupu Āwhina Mo Ngā Marae
Downloadable resource for Marae to utilise regarding COVID safety guidelines and practices
Makes it easy to connect and engage with your existing iwi members and attract new members to register, growing your database for the future. It is an online system and app where your iwi administrators and members can use it on any device, from anywhere in the world. It helps to keep your membership data secure and up to date in real time accurate reporting and a robust voting system for trustee elections and settlement decisions.
Māori Maps
Find your way to the tribal marae of Aotearoa New Zealand – through maps, information and photographs – through the digital gateway of Māori Maps.
Iwidex - He Tikanga ā-Iwi
Iwidex is an index of information on Māori tribal history, tikanga ā-iwi and whakapapa drawn from a wide range of published and unpublished material including newspapers, serials, monographs and manuscripts.

Emergency Management

Āhau is a Whānau Data Platform that helps whānau-based communities (whānau, hapū, Iwi) capture, preserve, and share important information and histories.


Kia Manawaroa
Kia Manawaroa is the Ministry's pānui for whānau Māori with children in the education system. Ko te kaupapa matua o Kia Manawaroa, he whakapāho pānui mo ngā whānau Māori me ā rātou tamariki e noho ana ki raro i te tawharau o Te Tāhūhū o te Mātauranga.
Education.govt.nz for Parents
Comprehensive resource for whānau for all educational needs.
Education Central
An independent and impartial go-to news source for all NZ educators, politicians, policy makers and parents.
Background of Maori Education
A briefing on the background and context of the education system.

Te Mana o Te Wai

Wai Care
Wai Care is a water quality monitoring, education and action programme for community groups, individuals, businesses and schools across the Auckland region.

He Whakaputanga

He Whakaputanga - Youtube
Event recording about the Declaration
He Whakaputanga - Declaration of Independence
Website providing history and background on He Whakaputanga
Many Answers - Declaration of Independence
comprehensive one stop shop for all information and resources on He Whakaputanga.

Diversity & Inclusion

Resources and Links Diversity Works NZ
Website outlining various resources and links for diversity across
Cultural diversity in Aotearoa
Article discussing the importance of cultural diversity in the workplace and Aotearoa in general.
Why Diversity
Diversity is all around us; global economic trends, shifts in population structures, and improved communication channels have changed our organisations and how we operate. The key to unlocking the social and economic benefits of diversity is through organisations having cultures of inclusion.
Diversity New Zealand
We are passionate about leading social improvement that embraces curiosity and inquiry into diversity, complexity and uncertainty – and we'll share that passion and ability with you, too.