• Briefing Paper
    , the held spiritual importance; whakapapa identify a cosmological connection through the water resource, it is a tupuna awa, and have exercised kaitiakitanga over it (Durie 2011). Kaitiakitanga is a very important concept when dealing with property rights to water; it is a political discourse used...
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  • Mana and Kaitiakitanga
    Hauora Unit Standard 15305 Identify, explain, and analyse hauora terminology based on kaitiakitanga and mana By Jing Introduction In Maori society, mana can be defined as power, prestige or authority, which refers to four- point framework...
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  • Cultural Diversity
    rangatahi and for anyone else to help them overcome their fears and be someone of encouragement until such time that they become confident within themselves to carry on and achieve what they set out to do. I’d regard this as Kaitiakitanga (Pohatu, Taina, 2008). Because, as a Kaitiaki, we have to...
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  • Education for sustainability within early childhood education in Aotearoa New Zealand
    through kaitiakitanga, meaning guardianship and protection, and is sustainability from a Māori world view (Royal, 2012). Te Whāriki encourages educators to promote in children an awareness of respect for the wellbeing of the environment (Ministry of Education, 1996). Educators own values and beliefs...
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  • Maori Mana Essay
    them. The belief that all aspects of the physical world came from the atua, such as Tānemahuta’s forests, means that a person has much mana whenua when they have kaitiakitanga (stewardship) over land (Williams, 2010). Mana tūpuna and mana tāngata are important in Māori leadership and create a...
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  • Maori Culture
    unity between nature and Maori. The lament of the sky father for his beloved Papa is signified by mists and falling rain. In the most important rituals, water was used as the spiritual link between nature and man. • Kaitiakitanga – humans are the guardians of the world who assist the gods and...
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  • Effect of Colonisation
    Maori world views were encapsulated in Whakapapa, which provided them with their identity, in Whanau, Hapu, Iwi and Whenua, the land. Their world views also included believing in wairuatanga (spiritual connection to the natural environment), kaitiakitanga, which is that people are linked to all...
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  • Leadership in Education
    therefore be re-presented as: a]c m [a r a]r m [a c ● ● ● Affiliation—whanaungatanga. Advocacy—manaakitanga. Action—kaitiakitanga. Whanaungatanga is a primary concept that is an extension of whanau (family) that connects people within communities with cultural aspirations. Whanaungatanga...
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  • Mentoring a Maori Framework
    their own wairua. Although wairua is the spiritual quality most commonly identified it is not the only one. The nourishment of wairua is important and periodically it is important for Māori to reconnect with those aspects of place and time that lead to the sustenance of wairua. • Kaitiakitanga A...
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  • Whale Watch Kaikoura
    their overall identity such as: * “Whakapapa (ancestral lineage, links, cultural heritage) * Manaakitanga (host, value) * Kaitiakitanga (guardianship, responsibility) * Whānaungatanga (family, relationships) * Mana (prestige, authority) * Rangatiratanga (empowerment, identity...
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  • Table of Content
    ”. According to the information given by Ministry of Tourism of New Zealand The vision of the their country’s Tourism Strategy 2015 is: “In 2015, "tourism is valued as the leading contributor to a sustainable New Zealand economy". The central of it is two Maori principles: Kaitiakitanga (guardianship) and...
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  • Community Genetic Modified Organism
    – In achieving the purpose of this Act, all persons exercising functions and powers under it, in relation to managing the use, development, and protection of natural and physical resources, shall have particular regard to – (a) Kaitiakitanga: [(aa)The ethic of stewardship:] (b) The efficient use...
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  • Khan
    placed the Maori values of manaakitanga (hospitality) and kaitiakitanga (guardianship) at the core of its vision and made recommendations on building Maori capacity and capability, strengthening regional representation and bolstering Maori involvement in decision making. Oceans and Fisheries Visitors...
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