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Iwi Decision Register
The Iwi Decision Register uses the Māori electorates (as directed by the Māori Fisheries Act 2004) to define which Iwi fall under each electorate. The purpose of the Iwi Decision Register is to provide a record of:
- the recognition of Mandated Iwi Organisations,
- the approval of the constitutional documents of Mandated Iwi Organisations,
- the approval by Mandated Iwi Organisations of the constitutional documents of their asset-holding companies and of any subsidiaries of those asset-holding companies,
- any changes to the criteria or requirements that apply to Mandated Iwi Organisations and their constitutional documents made in accordance with section 18,
- determinations on coastline entitlements or interim coastline entitlements made under clause 10A or 11 of Schedule 6,
- the allocation of settlement assets to each Iwi,
- the transfer of those settlement assets to Mandated Iwi Organisations or asset-holding companies, and
- any transfer of settlement quota made in accordance with Part 4 that results from a sale or exchange.
IkaNet – Aotearoa’s Customary Fishing Management Tool
IkaNet is an online customary fishing management tool, created for kaitiaki, whānau, hapu and Iwi. IkaNet is 100% Iwi owned.
IkaNet has been developed to enhance the capability of kaitiaki and Iwi to manage their fisheries and exercise their customary non-commercial and commercial rights. IkaNet enables kaitiaki to generate digital customary authorisations which can be sent to the applicants mobile phone, tablet or computer.
Tāia Kia Matariki (Māori Fisheries Review 2015)
Wellington barrister, Tim Castle, was appointed by Maori decision makers to undertake the Māori Fisheries Review in 2015.
To provide a robust foundation for the Report Tim travelled the motu to consult with Iwi Māori and interested and knowledgeable Māori and Pākehā engaged in the business and activity of Māori fishing in order to have the benefit of their insights and observations on the desirable design of the pathway forward for Māori as the beneficiaries of the 1992 Deed of Settlement.
He Kawai Amokura
He Kawai Amokura is a report that bears a significant name for te Iwi Maori. It is connotative of our long and eventful journey to secure our rangatiratanga and recover our rights to participate in one of New Zealand’s most influential and vigorous industries. The course has been circuitous. However, it is apparent that a safe landing place is at hand for the Amokura. This allocation model is directed towards ensuring that the fruits of the Settlement are ultimately for the benefit of all Maori. The model that we have developed balances a broad range of competing interests and is designed to assist Maori, today and for future generations, to prosper in the business and activity of fishing.