Ehara i te mea kei te hono ano noa iho i a ngai Maori ki o ratou whenua tupuna, engari, kei te whakahoki ano hoki i te rangatiratanga
, otira, te tino rangatiratanga
ki a ratou," te korero a Nanaia Mahuta.
Let Maori nurses show you tino rangatiratanga
and prove to you we are capable of producing amazing results."
and Oritetanga: responses to the Treaty of Waitangi in a New Zealand study.
Hill and Vincent O'Malley, The Maori Quest for Rangatiratanga
For this to be more than a vision, the following principles must apply: nga kawenga, accountability for Maori goals and aspirations; tino rangatiratanga
, supporting aspirations for Maori self-determination in relation to tertiary education; toi te mana, empowerment; and mana tiriti/ahu kawanatanga, the space to make a contribution to the partnership.
In our study, we sought to uphold the rangatiratanga
of the whanau who participated, meaning it was up to each whanau to define for themselves the membership and composition of their own whanau.
But in the wake of Standing Rock and Uluru, with rallying cries of Tino Rangatiratanga
and Mni Wiconi, when we envision a planet that is left better rather than blighted for generations after us, this may also be the Indigenous century.
that Maori were guaranteed 'te tino rangatiratanga
The principles underpinning this study were tino rangatiratanga
(self-determination), whanaungatanga (connecting and maintaining relationships) and manaakitanga (caring for others).
With, and as, tangata whenua, we value te Tiriti o Waitangi, rangatiratanga
(leadership), manaakitanga (the generous fostering of knowledge), kaitiakitanga (responsibility for, and guardianship of, knowledge), whai matauranga (intellectual curiosity), whanaungatanga (collaboration and collectiveness) and akoranga (collective responsibility for learning).
The Maori-language version, which contains the most signatures (more than 500 Maori chiefs), records that Maori would retain tino rangatiratanga
(sovereignty) over their lands and treasures, but otherwise gave kawanatanga (governance) rights to the British Crown.