Kaupapa Matua (Advanced Māori Policy and Planning)
You’ll critically examine conceptual and methodological frameworks for Māori policy and planning.
|Available semesters||Semester 2 2022|
What you will learn
After successfully completing this course, you'll be able to:
- Critically examine traditional and contemporary Māori planning and policy models, frameworks and approaches.
- Review major factors and processes that underpin Māori policy and planning.
- Critically analyse key institutional arrangements and texts, such as the Treaty of Waitangi/Te Tiriti o Waitangi 1840, Declaration of Independence 1835 and NZ Constitution Act 1852, as enduring Māori policy and planning texts.
- Advise on knowledge and frameworks as they apply to Māori planning and policymaking in the public sector (central, regional and local government).
- Understand tikaka Māori and the ethical dimensions of policy and planning in a democratic and market-led economy.
- Critique contemporary public policy and planning arrangements for and about Māori.
- Understand and appreciate the challenges of Māori engagement with the Nation state, in the context of significant power and resource differentials.
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