The Minister for Mori Development, Hon Nanaia Mahuta will go to the United Nations this Easter to argue the case for Indigenous Peoples rights around the world.
Minister Mahuta will be speaking several times at the Permanent Forum of the UN from Monday the 22nd of April. She will also attend a World Indigenous Business Forum roundtable discussion.
I want to promote what Aotearoa New Zealand is doing to address indigenous issues. I know that tikanga Mori must add value to this countrys international reputation.
I will emphasise that our indigenous development is fundamental to stronger relationships between indigenous peoples and their governments.
At the core of what I am advocating at the UN will be New Zealands own roadmap to the United Nation's Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
I have already said that many of the Governments actions on Mori development and well-being are consistent with the Declaration but there is still more we could and should do, said Hon Nanaia Mahuta.
This month a high level delegation from the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous People (EMRIP) visited New Zealand. They held Hui up and down the country and talked to senior Government ministers.
I hope to have an open dialogue in New York with the representatives of other indigenous nations on the real benefits that indigenous models can bring to policy development and the delivery of public services, said Nanaia Mahuta.
When she is in North America, Minister Mahuta will also visit Toronto where she will attend an ANZAC service, meet with young Indigenous Leaders and visit various housing initiatives.
Haere ana te Minita ki te Kotahitanga o ng Whenua o te Ao ki te tautohe motika iwi taketake
Ka haere te Minita Whanaketanga Mori, te Hnore Nanaia Mahuta ki te Kotahitanga o ng Whenua i tnei Aranga ki te tautohe i te kaupapa m ng motika o ng Iwi Taketake huri noa i te ao.
Ka rite an te t ki te krero a te Minita Mahuta ki te Wnanga Karioi o Te Kotahitanga o ng Whenua o te Ao mai i te Rhina te 22 o Paengawhwh. Ka tae atu hoki ia ki ttahi matapaki -tngata ki te Wnanga Pakihi Iwi Taketake -Ao.
Kei te hiahia whakatairanga au i te mahi a Aotearoa i ng kaupapa whakatikatika i ng motika me ng kaupapa o ng iwi taketake. Kei te mhio au he nui te hua o te tikanga Mori ki te ingoa o t mtou whenua huri noa i te ao.
Me pnei an taku k he mea matua te whanaketanga o ng iwi taketake ki te whakapakaritanga o te hononga i waenga i ng iwi taketake me rtou kwanatanga.
Ko te ngako o tku e taunaki nei ki te Kotahitanga o ng Whenua o te Ao ko te mahere huarahi ake o Aotearoa ki Te Whakapuakitanga o ng Motika o Ng Iwi Taketake.
Kua oti k i a au te k e hngai ana ki te Whakapuakitanga te nuinga o ng mahi a te Kwanatanga ki te whanaketanga me te oranga o te iwi Mori, heoi an, ar an ng mahi e taea ai, me oti ai an hoki" t te Hnore Nanaia Mahuta.
I tnei marama i tae mai ttahi khui mana nui i te Tikanga Tauthito ki ng Motika o ng Iwi Taketake(Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous People (EMRIP)) ki Aotearoa nei. Ka t ng Hui ki runga, ki raro huri noa te whenua ka krero hoki rtou ki ng minita Kwanatanga.
Ko taku whinga kia mhorahora te krero i Te poro Nui ki te hunga e whakakanohi mai ana i tn whenua iwi taketake, i tn whenua iwi taketake ki ng hua tturu o ng tauira iwi taketake ki te whanaketanga o ng kaupapahere me te whakahaere o ng ratonga tmatanui, te k a Nanaia Mahuta.
I a ia i Amerika ki te Tonga ka tau atu ia ki Toronoto ki ttahi Whakamaumaharatanga ANZAC, ka ttaki ia ki ng Kairahi o ng Iwi Taketake rangatahi, ka tirotiro haere hoki ia ki ng tmomo kaupapa kkiri whare.