Ko te Kahikatea he rākau tū ki te repo. Engari, kāhore e mātotoru te tū , kei te repo kē hoki ngā pakiaka. Nō reira ka whakaritea e Tāne me whiriwhiri ngā paiaka pakari ana te tū torotika ana

Upcoming AGM


Friday 30 October 2020, via Webinar

FOMA exists to help its members prosper and grow

• Tikanga Maori defines who and how FOMA members operate
• Intergenerational wealth and wellbeing is central to successful Maori economic development
• Advocacy and influence are core business
• Smart, strategic policy and legislation for land, natural assets, regions, trade, and export is the starting point
• Sustainability for people and place is imperative

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Huihuinga Wahine - Māori Women's Leadership Summit

Thursday 11 February 2021 Novotel

FOMA hosts wahine from across Aotearoa and internationally in executive leadership roles as well as our wahine whom are aspiring leaders in their communities to this one-day summit to discuss economic and commercial matters of interest and importance to Maori Women Leaders.

Huihuinga Wahine Maori Women's Leadership Summit is held first Thursday of July per annum, to a capacity crowd, at the Novotel.

Our Sponsors

Beef & Lamb New Zealand
Te Awanui Ki Te Whai Ao
Ngai Tukairangi Trust
Ballance | Agri Nutrients
Fulton Hogan
Foma Innovation
Institute of Directors NZ
British High Commission
The University of Auckland | Engineering
Victoria University of Wellington
MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
Ministry for Women

Our History

Ki nga whakaeke haumi - 'Align yourself with those who have already banded together'

In 1974 a Commission of Inquiry into Māori Reserved Land, the Sheehan Commission, reported to parliament. The commission was largely concerned with the perpetual leasehold (LIP) dimension of Māori Reserved Land and the associated injustice imposed on Māori Land owners. One of the commissioners, Rolland O’Regan, a well-recognised expertise in both LIP and land valuation policy, had a major influence on the commission’s findings and report.

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