Te tai kaha
Nau Mai Haere Mai
Introducing Te Tai Kaha
Te Tai Kaha is a Māori collective of a prominent Māori organisations and has been formed to engage with the government on Māori rights and interests in freshwater and resource management reform.
Te Tai Kaha Member Organisations are:
- Kāhui Wai Māori
- New Zealand Māori Council
- Federation of Māori Authorities
The collective advises the government on how best to uphold the Treaty of Waitangi in the designing of new environmental laws as part of the repeal and replacement of the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA). The collectives also contribute to shaping the systems for how Māori can engage and work with MfE.