Applying the Treaty of Waitangi in your organisation is a journey.
Jen Margaret (Groundwork), Karen Molyneux and Harsh Vardhan share research and offer practical guidance for organisations who are applying Treaty of Waitangi principles. They are joined by Jan Hinde and Kaye-Maree Dunn to share:
- Jen Margaret’s latest research – Ngā Rerenga o te Tiriti: Community organisations engaging with the Treaty of Waitangi
- How organisations are engaging with the Treaty of Waitangi
- The factors of effective engagement
- Where to find additional resources to guide you
- Practical NGO application, as told by Occupational Therapy New Zealand
Resources covered in this video
- Ngā Rerenga o Te Tiriti: Community organisations engaging with the Treaty of Waitangi, (Margaret, J., 2016)
- Engaging with the Treaty: Organisational stories
- Resources to support Treaty application
- Information on Treaty Application
- A New Way of Working, The Community Sector Taskforce
- Te Tiriti/Treaty Relationship Framework: Community and Organisation Development Package, The Community Sector Taskforce
- Treaty Journeys, Treaty Resource Centre
- The Treaty of Waitangi and School Governance: Kei tua atu o te matapaki kōrero ko te mahi, NZ Schools Trustees Association
- Researchers’ reflections on Treaty application in community organisations
- Working as allies, Jen Margaret
- Wayfinding leadership: Groundbreaking wisdom for developing leaders
- Video: ”A framework for increasing participation and control by Indigenous peoples” from Nan Wehipeihana and Dr. Chelsea Grootveld.
Jen Margaret is a dedicated Treaty advocate and educator. She is a knowledgeable and skilled facilitator who enjoys working with organisations to deepen their understanding and application of the Treaty.
Jen is the author of Ngā Rerenga o Te Tiriti: Community organisations engaging with the Treaty of Waitangi. As recipient of Winston Churchill and Loxley Fellowships, Jen has also researched the work of non-indigenous allies in North America, Australia and Aotearoa. Jen is Pākehā, of Cornish, Scottish, Danish and German ancestry.