It is a way to honour the. Kaitiakitanga has been described as guardianship or protection.
Ko te tikanga o tēnei mea o te kaitiakitanga ko te tiaki me te manaaki.
Tikanga kaitiakitanga. Solution for With regard to Tikanga Māori PrinciplesValues 1How does a business foster the following aWhanaungatanga bManaakitanga cKaitiakitanga. We seek to tell a Māori Land and Water Food Story centred on the kaupapa of kaitiakitanga. The basic meaning of tiaki is to guard but depending on the context in which it is used it also means to preserve keep conserve nurture protect and watch over.
Aotearoa New Zealands understanding of and approach to sustainability has been significantly influenced by kaitiakitanga. Tēnei mea te kaitiakitanga. Reward adherence to tikanga.
Offering kaitiakitangi is offering guardianship to the sky land and sea. The contribution of kaitiakitanga to the urban matrix must also explore the relationships of both mana. Explain rules boundaries and consequences.
This is evident through existing government policy legislation socio-cultural values and land use practices across Aotearoa. The exercise of guardianship by Tangata Whenua of their Rōhe in accordance with Tikanga Māori in relation to natural and physical resources. This requires a fundamental mind shift Hikuroa says that realigns our relationship with nature and acknowledges that we depend on it.
Kaitiakitanga contains many elements that can be described as. In Te Reo Māori the Māori language a kaitiaki is a guardian. Sharing of kai Whakawhanaungatanga.
Kaitiakitanga at its core is about managing human interactions with the environment not the environment itself. The prefix kai with the verb tiaki denotes the agent of. Tikanga kaitiakitanga protocols were societal cornerstones The production of food from the whenua in accordance with traditional agricultural methods saw the original natives tangata whenua of AotearoaNZ develop highly productive food cropping areas across much of the country.
To act based on our values and the core principles of Ngā Pou E Whā1 These principles are Manaakitanga Wairuatanga Whanaungatanga Kaitiakitanga Kaikōkiritanga and Aroha. Our project shines light on Māori. This is up to Whānau Hapū and Iwi to determine.
Māori believe that the earth is a taonga gift from our ancestors and should be protected as such. Te Reo waiata karakia in the workplace. Me kī he tirohanga te kaitiakitanga ki te ao tūroa mai i te tirohanga Māori.
This tikanga resource Te Whare Barnardos presents guidelines for us. The act doesnt give examples of what Kaitiakitanga is. Tērā ia he tangata takitahi he rōpū rānei ka manaaki ka tiaki i tētahi wāhi pēnei i tētahi roto ngahere rānei.
Ko tā te kaitiaki he tiaki. We would see rangatahi operating within the confines of the rules. Delegates are educated to understand develop awareness of Māori kaupapa cultural values Flexible by default is promoted access to Flexible Working Arrangements is consistent and fair Workloads are fair and safe and members understand and use suitable overtime TOIL and.
And includes the ethic of stewardship. We discuss why kaitiakitanga should be included as a key value within urban spaces and how kaitiakitanga principles encourage the well-being of people and taiao. Storying Kaitiakitanga focuses on one specific outcome of agricultural and horticultural practices the production and consumption of food.
Kaitiakitanga values of guardianship and responsibility can and do make a crucial contribution to New Zealands agriculture and food sectors. We are the little ones in this relationship so well manage ourselves and our activities for a better outcome for our elders. Mahi tapu god given and handed down through our tipuna Founded in whakapapa the relationship between everything and everybody in the natural world there is no distinction between people and their environment.
The placing into practice that which is correct. Encourage rangatahi to do the right thing by providing them with the essential information. Kaitiakitanga is a uniquely te ao Māori concept value and practice.
Kaitiakitanga is a term now in general use to denote the practice of guardianship of natural and physical resources by tangata whenua see Definition of Terms. Demonstrating Tikanga Māori practices eg. Te Whare Barnardos allows us to act according to those values and principles.
The practices of guardianship can be applied in different ways by different iwi and tribal groups in the Bay of Plenty region. We explore key components of kaitiakitanga such as place whakapapa intergenerational knowledge resource engagement and spirituality.