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FUTURE OF OUR FISHERIES HUI 16 DECEMBER 2016

 

FUTURE OF OUR FISHERIES HUI

The Ministry for Primary Industries will be holding a hui in Gisborne on Friday the 16th of December, the purpose of the hui is to ensure that  hapu  and iwi  customary, commercial and corporate  representatives  have an opportunity to participate in a presentation and consultation hui with the Ministry on the proposals contained in the Ministry’s  Future of our Fisheries document.

The hui has  two objectives:

Consultation on the Ministry’s proposals to introduce an Integrated electronic monitoring and reporting system to enable better and more accurate reporting of catches by commercial fishers and changes to the law to allow new and more sustainable types of trawling technology to be used.

The second  objectives is to commence an initial discussion on a number of strategic proposals  aimed at improving the management of fisheries. There will be further opportunities in the new year  to discuss the development of those strategic proposals which may be identified as being options for further development.

Venue; The White House 69 Peel Street Gisborne with a tentative start time of 10am.

It is important that Tangata Whenua are informed of the proposals and have their voice and input into discussions on  the Future of our Fisheries.

MPI encourage and hope that you are able to attend, and together with MPI add to a meaningful direction for our fisheries.

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Te Puāwaitanga Placement – (Rongowhakaata Trainee)

Iwi Exhibition Capability Building Initiative at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Te Puāwaitanga Placement – (Rongowhakaata Trainee)

FOR MORE INFORMATION DOWNLOAD THE DOCUMENT  ATTACHED TO THE  LINK BELOW:

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Individual’s interested in applying for the placement should send a letter of interest along with a curriculum vitae to Carolyn Roberts-Thompson (Manager Iwi Relationships, Te Papa, P.O Box 467, Wellington 6011) by 5pm on Wednesday 21 December.

It is anticipated that interviews for shortlisted applicants will take place prior to Christmas or at an agreed date early in the New Year.

The Te Puāwaitanga Placement aims to:

  • Provide a learning opportunity for an iwi trainee, whose iwi have participated or are currently participating in the Iwi Exhibition Programme at Te Papa.
  • Support the development of an iwi trainee to gain skills and experience and build iwi capacity and capability across the museum sector.
  • Contribute to Te Papa’s Settlement obligations by supporting the growth of the museum’s enduring relationships with iwi.
  • Allow for the iwi trainee to be seconded for short periods of time to cultural heritage agencies such as Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision, Heritage New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, The National Library, Creative New Zealand and/or a local/regional museum where appropriate.
  • Develop an exciting opportunity and work programme in negotiation with the iwi trainee and appropriate iwi mentor.
  • Enable the iwi trainee to work within the Ngā Manu Atarau Directorate (Iwi Relationships, National Services Te Paerangi and/or Repatriation), and/or Collections, Exhibitions and installation, Learning Innovation, Photography, the Innovation Hub and/or Digital teams.
  • Provide Te Papa with an opportunity to give back to Iwi Exhibition partners by acknowledging their commitment and support to the museum throughout their residency.
  • Enhance and deepen the relationship between Te Papa and the Iwi Exhibition partner in a meaningful way.

Key documents to be completed with the iwi trainee, mentor and Te Papa representative include:

  • The work programme;
  • The partnership agreement between Te Papa and the iwi;
  • The iwi partnership programme placement agreement, accompanied by a Letter of Expectation.

It is intended that the work programme for this placement will focus on and support the development of the Ko Rongowhakaata exhibition. The placement would commence as soon as possible and conclude at the opening of the exhibition in September 2017.

AND AGAIN:

Individual’s interested in applying for the placement should send a letter of interest along with a curriculum vitae to Carolyn Roberts-Thompson (Manager Iwi Relationships, Te Papa, P.O Box 467, Wellington 6011) by  5pm on Wednesday 21 December.

FOR MORE INFORMATION DOWNLOAD THE DOCUMENT ATTACHED TO THE LINK BELOW:

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It is anticipated that interviews for shortlisted applicants will take place prior to Christmas or at an agreed date early in the New Year.

Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust re: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2016 packs

Kia ora,

Please find attached documents that will be discussed at the Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust AGM held at Manutuke Marae Saturday 19 November 2016.
*N.B – Printed hardcopies will also be available on the day or you can pick up a copy at the Trust Office.
Nga mihi

Rongowhakaata Iwi Internship Recruitment

RIT are seeking expressions of interest from innovative applicants passionate about te taiao, to join the Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust Office.

The function of this Te Taiao role is to assist with the development and implementation of iwi environmental and conservation mahi.

The role will give the successful applicant the experience of working for a post settlement governance entity Trust Board and see iwi strategy in action.

 

If you see yourself as a team player who possesses good oral and written communication and analytical skills, teamed with motivation and a willingness to learn, then this opportunity is not to be missed.  You’ll gain experience and have the benefit of working in a supportive environment within an organisation which plays a key role in iwi development.

Completed application documents and CV quoting Internship Recruitment should be:

Emailed to:  trust@rongowhakaata.iwi.nz

Or, posted to: CMB 24, Manutuke, 4053.

 

Applications close at 5pm on 10 November 2106.

 

Position Description for role:

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Application form:

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