Te Ao Maori

That all decisions to be made on a Marae, when it comes to moving forward with any maori Issues: Whenua, Moana.

Maori will speak for Maori: He Pukepukerau

Whakapapa: Whanau - Marae - Hapu - Iwi.

Ground roots first.

 

Why the contribution is important

Technology plays a major part today.

Not all have technology, hence Korero not extended (Minority)

Maori do not want to be under a Kaupapa European LAW, when it is pertaining to Te Whenua (Mana i te Whenua).

Kanohi te Kanohi

All things are talked about at the Hapu - Marae level.  Come talk to us.  You might be surprised

 

by Shabby on July 12, 2021 at 02:07PM

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  • Posted by stowellj July 21, 2021 at 16:44

    There is surely a lot to be learned by Government at all levels on how to be thinking for our mokopuna, down to the seventh generation, when deciding what to do today. Part of Te Ao Māori? People meeting face-to-face and respecting and listening to all voices is the essence of deliberative democratic processes. I wonder whether my local board and local marae could organise a joint hui to talk about being good ancestors. Thank you Shabby.
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