For Maniapoto, the aspirations outlined in the agreement are founded on the principles of “mana tuku iho,” the inherent wisdom of Maniapoto tūpuna, who determined that the “mana whatu ahuru” (sacred wisdom) would guide the generations of Maniapoto and their many hapū and descendants to achieve prosperity and ongoing survival through a unity of purpose, the upholding of the language of Maniapoto, cultural identity, kaitiaki responsibilities and whakapapa connections to achieve mana motuhake (self-authority and sustainable development).
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Compensation is often a monetary payment for loss. Treaty Settlements are not able to fully compensate for the losses suffered by iwi.
We will also start the process of engaging with the iwi to build on the Maniapoto 2050 project and shape our 40 year plan.
- Rereahu, a descendant of Hoturoa the commander of the Tainui waka; and
- his children
- Te Ihingārangi; or
- Maniapoto; or
- Matakore; or
- Tuwhakahekeao; or
- Turongotapuaru; or
- Te Io Wānanga; or
- Kahuariari; or
- Kinohaku; or
- Te Rongorito; or
3. two contemporaries of Hoturoa also associated with the Tainui waka, namely:
3.1 Hiaroa; or
We will be posting information about the next stage on the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board website.
You can help by participating in the early conversation we are having to identify our 40 year plan. We will be asking ourselves questions like; what values are important to guide the iwi for the future, where does te reo, mātauranga and identity fit, what does wellbeing look like for the iwi and what should be the priorities for the iwi.
There are so many important issues and we want the iwi to be engaged in this conversation. The agencies identified in this section include;
- Ministry of Education
- Ministry of Vulnerable Children – Oranga Tamariki
- Ministry of Social Development
- Ministry of Justice
- New Zealand Police
- Social Investment Agency.
There will also be a range of agreements with the Department of Conservation, Minister for Primary industries, Ministry of Innovation and Employment, Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongawera), Department of Internal Affairs (Te Tari Taiwhenua), Ministry of Culture and Heritage (Manatū Taonga) and the Ministry for the Environment.
The Crown requires that settlement redress must transfer to a Post Settlement Governance Entity (PSGE). Once the iwi determine their 40 year plan, this work can help to inform the best structure to achieve our aspirations. We will also look at other iwi organisation models as a comparator to help our considerations.
We encourage you to update your details on the tribal register. This will help us to reach as many people as we can. This is an important time for the tribe to shape our own future.
Whakatata Mai! – Get involved
Register or update details.
Being on the Maniapoto tribal register is very important because it is our main communication link with you and gives you a direct say in decisions that affect you and your whanau.
Take part in the Treaty Survey
Help shape the future of Maniapoto!
This survey will be part of a series of surveys that will help identify the aspirations of Maniapoto and the future entity to represent our iwi.
What do you think?
Do you have a question you would like to ask the Treaty Settlement Team, or some feedback you would like to share? We would love to hear from you. Click link to contact the Treaty Settlement Team.