Kaitieki o Ngati Maru, Ngati Kaipoho, Ngai Tawhiri, Ngati Ruapani ki Turanga
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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:

Te Puawaitanga Placement (Rongowhakaata Trainee) 11 Dec

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:

Te Puawaitanga Placement (Rongowhakaata Trainee) 11 Dec

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

Hui-A-Iwi (24 February 2018)

***PANUI – Hui A Iwi***
 
New Start Time
This is an update on arrangements for our Hui a Iwi scheduled to be held at Ohako Marae on Saturday 24 February 2018 at 10.00am.
The Chair of the RIT in consultation with Management has agreed to move the start time from 10.00am to 1.00pm, on Saturday 24 February. The later start time will enable whanau to attend the Hura Pohatu of the late Georgina Kapa (Nanny Doll).
Presentation Order
The order of presentations will remain as per our initial Panui.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused and appreciate your understanding about the rationale for the change.
Any queries please send through an email to trust@rongowhakaata.iwi.nz or phone (0800) 766 469.
 
Ngā mihi😀

Confirmed candidates for 2018 Trustee Elections

The nominations for positions on the Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust board have now closed, the list of candidates for the upcoming election is as follows

 

 

As there were more nominations received than vacancies for the Pahou, Whakato and Ohako marae positions and the Iwi Elected Trustee positions, elections will be required to confirm those Trustees.

The elections will be carried out by postal and internet voting; and by waahi pooti. Voter packs will be mailed to registered adult members on Monday 26 February 2018 and voting will close at 5.00pm on Thursday 29 March 2018. Registrations for this election will be accepted up to the closing of voting.

All inquiries regarding the Trustee nomination process should be directed to the Chief Returning Officer at –

Anthony Morton

Chief Returning Officer – Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust

PO Box 3138,
Christchurch 8140

iro@electionz.com
(0800) 666 042

Invitation to register as member

The Trust invites anyone who has not already enrolled, aged 18 years and over and with the appropriate whakapapa, to apply to be included on the Trust’s register. Application forms for registration may be obtained from the Trust website – www.rongowhakaata.iwi.nz or office – ph: (0800) 766 469.

A copy of this list can be downloaded through the link below

RIT trustee candidates for 2018 election

right click on the above link and select “save as” to download.

Nominations for trustee election are now open

 

 

Ko Maru i Tauira, Ko Maru i Taura,

Ko Maru i Tāwai, Ko Maru i Torohanga,

Ko Maru i Taketake, Ko Maruwhakatipua.

Ka ea ki runga rā ko te Tūmoremore, ko te Tūhāhā,

Ko Ruakapanga ē, Ko te Manunui ē,

Ko Ruatehōhonu, ko Ūwawe ki Uta,

Ko Manawapau ē, Ko Kōuri nā rā,

Ko Tūmaurirere me ko Rongowhakaata.

 

Kei ngā tini aitua o ngā rā, ngā marama me te tau kua hipa,

hāere atu rā ki taiwhetu ngaro atu ai.

Kia tatou o te tai awatea, mauriora kia tatou katoa.

 

He karanga tenei ki ngā whānau me ngā hapū o tō tātou iwi o Rongowhakaata

i raro i te whakaaro kia whai tūranga ki runga i tō tātou tarati a te Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust.

 

This notice is to inform beneficiaries of Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust we are calling for nominations to fill the (8) Trustee vacancies following the retirement by rotation of our existing Trustees this year.

 

Because of previous trust deed changes, five trustees are now to be elected to represent each of the five marae of Rongowhakaata named in the Trust Deed (“Marae Elected Trustees”) and three trustees elected on a Rongowhakaata-wide basis (“Iwi Elected Trustees”).

 

Nominees must decide if they are standing as a Marae Elected candidate or Iwi Elected candidate. They cannot stand for both.

 

Nominations open on Friday 12 January 2018 and close at 12 noon on Wednesday 7 February 2018.

 

Nominations must be made on the official nomination form available from the Returning Officer (contact details below) or from the links below.  The requirements of the nominations are outlined in a candidate handbook which will be made available with the nomination form.

 

The Trust will give further notice of any elections required after the nomination period has closed.

 

All inquiries regarding the Trustee nomination process should be directed to the Chief Returning Officer at –

 

Anthony Morton

Chief Returning Officer – Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust

PO Box 3138, Christchurch 8140

iro@electionz.com          (0800) 666 042

 

Invitation to register as member

 

The Trust invites anyone who has not already enrolled, aged 18 years and over and with the appropriate whakapapa, to apply to be included on the Trust’s register.  Application forms for registration may be obtained from the Trust website – www.rongowhakaata.iwi.nz or office – ph: (0800) 766 469.

 

 

 

 

 

Nomination Papers

Candidate Handbook

right click on either of the above links and select “save as” to download.

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