Web sites specifically about Māori culture, language and arts
A brief description of the Treaty of Waitangi and issues relating to it. [In the Māori language].
Dedicated to indigenous economic development, a network of Maori communally-owned entities whose mission is for the economic advancement of its members and the communities they benefit.
Features the culture, history, mythology, legend and whakapapa (genealogy) of the indigenous Maori people of New Zealand (Aotearoa).
Kawhia - spiritual and ancestral home of Tainui. The arrival of Tainui and its history.
Takes an integrated approach to providing services and support for all urban Māori in South Auckland. Collaborates with other service providers and each whānau.
Site contains information about Maori culture, history, language, art (haka, tattoo), beliefs and legends.
Nga whakaaro e pa ana ki te Karaitianatanga me te haahi Mihinare. Dedicated to exploring the idea of “Māori Theology.” Looks at God, Jesus, the holy spirit and the church from a mihinare (Māori Anglican) perspective.
Information and links on Maori culture, history, traditions, iwi, kapa haka, performing arts, and carving.
News, views, commentary and writings.
The Muaupoko live in the Horowhenua area. News, elections, Panui, services and information.
Site features information on programmes, research, news, events, publications, video, seminars and conference.
Provides access to information about the Rūnanga, including information about identity, news updates and notices of future events.
The mandated represented voice of the Ngāti Kōata people.
Mai Titoki ki Te Rau o Te Huia. From Titoki to Te Rau o Te Huia. This pepeha relates to the northernmost and southernmost coastal pā of Ngāti Mutunga whose area of interest extends beyond these two pā.
Through this website the Trust provides updates on news, events, and information on the activities of the Trust for members, whanau and the general public.
Expresses and explores contemporary lifestyles of Ngati Porou, including people, culture, identity, and marae.
The Incorporation is about farming and includes three sheep and cattle stations. Website features grant forms, farm reports, shareholder list, panui and resources.
Operates under the umbrella of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists. Advises others researching their Māori Whakapapa by way of sharing accumulated knowledge of areas of research.
Information on Parihaka today, redress, future focused Parihaka, events and timeline.
Mission: to restore, revitalise strengthen and enhance the cultural, social and economic well-being of Taranaki Whanui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika
Māori language learning resources, language teacher resources, general Māori education resources and easy Māori teaching tools for teachers and parents.
This website is the home of the whānau of Rongowhakaata, the descendants of Turahiri, Moetai, Uetupupuke me Rongowhakaata raua ko Ruapani.
A networking and linkage resource supporting the needs of whanau, community organisations, Government groups and commerce and containing more than 2000 listings.
A living Marae and the home of Hirini (Bruce Stewart) and his family- shared with peoples of all races all creeds. History, information on the Marae and venue plus gallery
Represents Te Ātiawa people who whakapapa to Te Tau Ihu (the top of the South Island).
Students learn, live and work in a whānau setting according to the college's special character. They spend up to 18 hours a day in the care of the Whānau Manaaki community.
A bilingual portal-plus web community which provides educational material for teachers, school managers, and the wider education community.
Represents innovation and tradition in teaching and research. It provides national and international leadership in Māori, Pacific and indigenous issues and sustainable development.
Works within government and communities, to support Māori collective success at home and globally.
Te Kahui Mangai(TKM) is a directory of iwi (tribes) and Maori organisations for purposes of consultation and research.
A kaupapa Maori Organisation founded and governed by whanau with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities. Provides disability information and advice to assisting whanau, Maori communities, providers, agencies and government.
An Urban Authority acknowledging the sovereign rights of mana whenua and tangata whenua of the Hamilton City area.
Established by its marae to progress the spiritual, cultural, social and economic growth of Te Rarawa. Works to develop opportunities and initiatives for the their people's future and the protection of their lands and other taonga.
Represents the interests of Rongowhakata, Ngai Tamanuhiri and Te Aitanga a Mahaki. Promotes and advances the cultural, economic, spiritual, social well-being and prosperity of Iwi.
The governing council providing a wide range of services to the people of the Hutt Valley.
Te Uri o Hau is a Northland hapu of Ngati Whatua whose area of interest is located in the Northern Kaipara region.
An urban Māori Authority in West Auckland . Offers services encompassing justice, social service, education, health, and corrections.
The Foundation for Indigenous Research in Society and Technology. A philanthropic trust aiming to commission and facilitate research into issues of interest and concern to indigenous people everywhere.
A cooperative venture of Maniapoto Marae, primarily a fund raising initiative to provide funds for Marae development and maintenance.
The place to find community research and researchers in New Zealand.
Health and social development for Tuhoe. Includes details on history, professional development and information about the Hui Ahurei.
This panel provides the platform for giving voice to those things that really matter, personally and for the whānau.
Established in 1975 by the Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975 the Tribunal is a permanent commission of inquiry charged with making recommendations on claims brought by Maori relating to actions or omissions of the Crown that breach the promises made in the Treaty of Waitangi.
A compilation of a large number of separate Māori-English and English-Māori dictionary, lexicon, and word-list resources - compiled, organised and maintained by Wordstream Corporation Ltd - Te Tokapū Whakairo Kupu.
Maori genealogy in one easy to use place. Information on whakapapa, how to work with whakapapa, resources for finding information, indexes, lists of names and links all pertaining to whakapapa.
Information about the organisation, hapū , marae, Whakatōhea history, services offered and businesses owned.
In 2014 Whanganui Iwi members voted to approve the dissolution of the Board and the transfer of its assets to Ngā Tāngata Tiaki o Whanganui. Information on timeline, claim report, process and registration, plus news, maps and contact form.
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