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Te Pae Roa 2040 was a conference for future leaders of whānau, hapu, iwi and all other Māori organisations to share their thinking on the legacy and future of Māori cultural, economic and social development. The hui commemorated 30 years since the inaugural Hui Taumata held in 1984 and looks forward another 26 years to the 200th anniversary of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Find out more about the conference, listen to speeches and view presentations on our review site.
Te Pae Roa conference committee chair and former Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Emeritus Sir Mason Durie says the purpose of the hui is to focus on what the future might bring and how to get there. “It’s an opportunity to get a better understanding of Māori economic and cultural development and the future of Māori development in a range of areas.” Watch the "Learning from the past" video.
Massey University Director Māori, Associate Professor Te Kani Kingi says Te Pae Roa 2040 will offer a range of perspectives on Māori development. Watch the "Māori development perspectives" video.
Massey University accountancy lecturer Dr Mereana Barrett says Te Pae Roa 2040 is for the next generation of Māori leaders. Watch the "Te Pae Roa 2040: For future Māori leaders" video.
Massey University research development adviser Malcolm Mulholland says Māori are at a pivotal point of development. He says Te Pae Roa 2040 is for anyone involved in Māori development from educationalists and environmentalists to policy analysts. Watch the "Mapping a pathway for Māori development" video.
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Thank you to the sponsors of Te Pae Roa 2040. For more sponsor details see Te Pae Roa Sponsors.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016