Keynote speakers and panellists day one

Day one saw some of the biggest names in Māoridom gathered at Massey University’s Albany campus to reflect on the past 30 years of Māori development and set a course for the future.

The 300-strong audience included representatives of iwi, hapū, tertiary institutions, local government, health services, students, trusts, business and news media from throughout New Zealand. Read the Massey University media release and see speakers' presentations and audio recordings below.

Opening addresses

Listen to the opening addresses here.

A 30-year retrospective: Te Hui Taumata

Balancing Iwi Aspirations and Whanau Hopes

Chair – Professor Ross Hemera
Keynote Speaker – Michelle Hippolite 

An Integrated Development Agenda: Balancing Quadruple Aims

Chair – Professor Jarrod Haar
Keynote Speaker – Parekawhia McLean

Finding Te Pae Roa

Chair – Professor Rawiri Taonui

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