Te Rūnanga MOJ


Support for Māori at MOJ

Nau mai haere mai ngā mema o Te Tāhū o Te Ture!

April was a big month for the MOJ Rūnanga. We had delegate elections and now have a new roopu to represent our Māori members. Our rūnanga komiti is listed below:

National Rūnanga Hui

We also had our inaugural komiti hui on 19-20 April. We had our first meeting with Tony Fisher, Director of Māori Strategy, to discuss how we might engage with Te Haerenga. We also had a visit from Glenn Barclay, PSA National Secretary, who spoke about Māori unionism and the new Coalition government.
 

180419 Runanga hui photo

 (L-R) Kaira Kennett, Lucille Thompson, Paula Davis, Alex Holes, Glen Barclay, Karley Nyman, Richard Ellis, Lovey Te Paea

We also discussed other issues that affect Māori members in MoJ. Thank you to everyone who completed our survey. The feedback gave us a clear understanding about what we need to work on from here on.

We’ll keep you updated on this page with what’s happening with MOJ Rūnanga...

Mā te wa, 

Paula Davis
MOJ Māori Enterprise Delegate
Ma whero ma pango, ka oti ai te mahi!

 

Other MOJ Pages:

Te Rūnanga Komiti

Paula Davis, Māori Enterprise Delegate, Rotorua Māori Land Court
Leon Tipene, Whangārei Māori Land Court
Jessica Reid, Public Defense Service Manukau
Toni Welsh, Auckland Information Office
Lovey Te Paea, Hamilton District Court
Alverta Le’au’anae, Hamilton High Court
Richard Ellis, Whakatāne District Court
Karley Nyman, Rotorua District Court
Alex Holes, Office of Treaty Settlements
Lucille Thompson, Christchurch Māori Land Court
Rireana Kirkwood, Christchurch Māori Land Court