Guide for consultation with Māori
In May 1997 a representative group of people from the four policy groups and the corporate services group of the Ministry of Justice came together to develop a set of guidelines for the Ministry, on consulting with Māori. A draft was prepared for comment. This was forwarded to a number of Māori organisations, other government departments and individuals that have been involved in consultation between Māori and the Crown. The guidelines outlined in this document are the result. December 1997.
First published December 1997 © Crown Copyright
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3.1 With whom?
3.2 By whom?
3.3 What do I want from the consultation process?
3.4 What is the best form of consultation?
3.5 When do I consult?
3.6 How do I consult?
3.7 Feedback is part of consultation
3.8 Identify constraints
3.9 Impact of constraints
3.10 Revise ideal plan with reference to constraints
1.1 Consultation with Māori: Ideal
1.2 Consultation with Māori: Practical
2.0 Cultural Dimension
2.1 Tikanga and kawa (marae protocol)
2.2 Organisations within the Māori world
2.3 Special features of iwi and hapūü
2.4 Māori organisational structures
2.5 Map of tribal regions
2.6 Te Tiriti O Waitangi
3.0 Case Studies
3.1 Māori Focus Group
3.2 Māori electoral option
3.3 Responding to Offending by Māori (ROBM)
3.4 Crime Prevention Action Group (CPAG)
3.5 Restorative justice
4.0 The Parties Consulted in Developing These Guidelines
4.1 The parties consulted in developing these guidelines