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References and further reading

References

Auckland Council (nd). Te Waka Angamua Māori strategy and relations. Retrieved October 2015 from www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz.

Bennett, P (2013). Crown signs Social Development Accord with Te Hiku Iwi. Retrieved from www.beehive.govt.nz.

Department of Statistics (1991). Towards a Standard Classification of Iwi (A Discussion Paper). Unpublished document, Statistics NZ, Wellington.

Gleisner, F, Downey, A, & McNally (in press). Enduring census information requirements for and about Māori. Statistics NZ, Wellington.

Iwi Chairs Forum (nd). Kaupapa. Retrieved October 2015 from http://iwichairs.maori.nz.

Māori Economic Development Panel (2012a). Discussion document [links to PDF, 709kB]. Retrieved from www.tpk.govt.nz.

Māori Economic Development Panel (2012b). He kai kei aku ringa: The Crown-Māori Economic Growth Partnership (‘Strategy [PDF 638KB]’). Retrieved from www.mbie.govt.nz.

Meredith, P (2012). Urban Māori: Urban and tribal authorities, Te Ara – the Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from www.teara.govt.nz.

Ministry for Primary Industries (2009). Waikato-Tainui Waikato River Fisheries Accord. Retrieved from www.fish.govt.nz.

Ministry of Health (nd). Whānau Ora programme. Retrieved October 2015 from www.health.govt.nz.

Ministry of Justice (nd). United Nations international covenant on civil and political rights: New Zealand draft periodic report 6. Consultation with Māori. Retrieved October 2015 from www.justice.govt.nz.

Ministry of Justice (2014). Attorney-General 2014 Briefing for the incoming Minister. Retrieved from www.justice.govt.nz.

Office of the Auditor-General (2015). Whānau Ora: The first four years. Retrieved from www.oag.govt.nz.

Office of Treaty Settlements (2014). Claims progress: Progress of claims. Retrieved from www.ots.govt.nz.

Pare Consulting Ltd (2010). Options for the Collection of Iwi Statistics. Unpublished document, Statistics NZ, Wellington.

Statistics NZ (in press).  Meeting Māori information needs beyond 2020. To be available from www.stats.govt.nz.

Statistics NZ (nd, a). Statistical standard for iwi. Retrieved in October 2015 from www.stats.govt.nz.

Statistics NZ (2014). How to think about Māori information needs. Retrieved from www.stats.govt.nz.

Te Aho, L (nd). Power-sharing and natural resources. Retrieved October 2015 from http://posttreatysettlements.org.nz.

Te Ohu Kaimoana (nd). Mandated iwi organisation. Retrieved October 2015 from www.iwiika.maori.nz.

Te Puni Kōkiri (nd). Whānau Ora. Retrieved October 2015 from www.tpk.govt.nz.

Waitangi Tribunal (1998). Te Whanau o Waipareira report. Claim WAI 414. PDF available from www.justice.govt.nz.

Waitangi Tribunal (2011). Ko Aotearoa tēnei: A report into claims concerning New Zealand law and policy affecting Māori culture and identity. Te taumata tuatahai. Claim WAI 262. Retrieved from www.justice.govt.nz.

Further reading

Te Puni Kōkiri (2011). He kōtaha o ngā rōpū māngai iwi/Māori: A profile of iwi and Māori representative organisations. Retrieved from www.tpk.govt.nz.

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