Te Taumata will submit a future-focused analysis towards a more resilient future for our mokopuna to Government today. The study, titled ‘Maori Interests and Geographic Indicators – Strategic Intellectual Property Management enabling Maori whanau development’, is a comprehensive analysis by world-class technical experts and will be sent to Minister of Maori Development, Hon. Nanaia Mahuta.
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Te Taumata is encouraged by a joint statement by trade ministers from New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Korea and Singapore to develop action plans to facilitate flow of goods, services and personnel, as well as maintain global supply chains. The statement identified the COVID-19 outbreak as presenting a global challenge which required a coordinated global response.
Strategic Intellectual Property Management enabling Maori whanau development Later today, Te Taumata will release a critical analysis of intersecting views raised by Māori whanau across the motu on the protection of Māori rights and interests in whenua, flora and fauna, mātauranga Māori, traditional knowledge, cultural property, and data within the global intellectual property system. Te
Te Taumata sends letter to government ministers highlighting the unsustainability of business-as-usual model. Read the letter here: http://createsend.com/t/t-42894E4486D968732540EF23F30FEDED
Suze Wilson, who teaches leadership, argues Ardern’s coronavirus response has been a masterclass in crisis leadership, the success or failure of which hinges on getting most people to choose to follow your leadership – even though it demands “sudden, unsettling, unprecedented changes to their daily lives”. Wilson puts it down to Ardern’s communication skills, and
The Government will be introducing legislation to make changes to the Companies Act to help companies facing insolvency due to COVID-19 to remain viable and keep New Zealanders in jobs. Kia kaha Minister! This is important and hugely helpful! https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/further-measures-support-businesses
People in Chinese cities usually plagued by harmful air pollution are breathing far cleaner air. Boat‑free canals in Venice, Italy, have been clear enough to see fish. And for the quarter of the global population now living under a coronavirus lockdown, a lack of cars and planes has made the world quieter and birdsong more
Stay safe whanau! We have some work underway to enhance our ONLINE reach to provide all the latest information and updates to our whanau. And importantly all the best information, support and guidance to our Maori Trusts, Incorporations, businesses and exporters to plan through lockdown and be well positioned to kick back in and employing
Te Taumata says trade demand crucial to ensure economic bounce back Through the unprecedented challenges faced by Maori businesses, communities and whanau unfolding across Aotearoa, today economists are predicting unemployment will climb rapidly to 15 to 30 percent. Te Taumata Chair Chris Karamea Insley says the world has never confronted a crisis like COVID-19 –
Through the unprecedented challenges faced by Maori businesses, communities and whanau unfolding across Aotearoa, today economists are predicting unemployment will climb rapidly to 15 to 30 percent. Te Taumata Chair Chris Karamea Insley says the world has never confronted a crisis like COVID-19 – one that has simultaneously tested the limits of public health systems