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Key Tiriti o Waitangi elements in the Massey University Strategy
The key Tiriti elements of the Massey University Strategy 2018-2022 are:
"Ko Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa te kaupapa e tū ngātahi ai tātou hei waihanga i ngā momo mātauranga ki te pae o angitu. He ara putanga tauira, he ara e hua ai ngā tini kaupapa ki Aotearoa puta noa i te ao whānui. Kia toi te mana motuhake o te iwi Māori, kia toi te reo Māori, kia toi te ora o te tangata, te rangi me te whenua mā reira e whakatinana ai te mana o Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa is the foundation upon which we stand together in partnership enabling the creation of knowledge that reaches the highest possible levels of advancement and attainment. It provides a pathway for students to embark upon journeys of knowledge acquisition and embraces knowledge relevant to our country and to our wider world. We promote the determination of Māori-led aspirations, the active use of Te Reo Māori, the vitality and wellbeing of all people and our environment in order give full and authentic expression to the eminence of Te Tiriti o Waitangi."
From Massey University Strategy 2018-2022 page 1.
"As a Tiriti-led University we are committed to demonstrating authentic leadership in a contemporary Aotearoa New Zealand as we uphold Te Tiriti o Waitangi, the founding document of our nation, and its principles through our practice. Massey embraces this not just as an obligation but as a real opportunity for the nation and its peoples. The University will champion new strategies for advancement and integration of te reo Māori and Māori knowledge. It will demonstrate informed practices consistent with tikanga Māori and will embrace kaupapa Māori across our activities. Massey’s teaching and research will contribute to advanced outcomes for whānau, hapū and iwi."
From Massey University Strategy 2018-2022 page 3.
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