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Te Whaihanga | To better prepare built environment professionals to work and engage with Māori

Employability, Supporting learners, Teaching strategies, Strategic Leadership and Change, Cultural Capability Engineering and related technologies, Architecture and Building, Agriculture, Environment and related studies
Published: 19 March 2019

A project report prepared by Dory Reeves and Lena Henry, from the University of Auckland.

ISBN Online: 978-1-98-856216-2


Te Whaihanga – Preparing students to work with Māori

Empower future generations of professionals (Māori and non-Māori) to effectively work with Māori professionals, iwi representatives, community economic development, and Papakāinga Developers.

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Co-funded by

Ako Aotearoa’s
National Project Fund

Partnered with

The University of Auckland

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The collaborative Te Whaihanga project received international recognition as a finalist in the 2022 Royal Town Planning Institute “International Award for Planning Excellence”. The prestigious awards were held in the United Kingdom on 1 December 2022.