The West Coast Partnership. Community and Maori Partnership in terms of the Treaty of Waitangi




Table of contents

Background to development o f the model; a model for the past or the future? ; a model for unity not division ; The answer is in partnership ; Working towards attaining the partnership ; Treading gently (Peter Allan, Senior Policy & Planning Officer, The West Coast Regional Council – September 1990) ; Tiriti o Waitangi – The West Coast – Te Tai Poutini model of Community Partnership undet the Treaty of Waitangi ; West Coast United Council effors to understand the implications of the Treaty For West Coast People, summary of steps ; West Coast Maori position ; Partnershipon the West Coast in terms of the Treaty of Waitangi ; Recommendation ; Map – The Maori tribes about 1840 ; Partnership relationship proposed fro the West Coast ; The West Coast Regional Council 1990/91 Corporate Plan ; The Treaty of Waitangi issues and Iwi Partnership committee ; Council Mission Statement ; Regional Policy, Planning and Advocacy ; 12 June 19991, Letter to Lousie Prendagast, Taranaki Regional Council – regarding their interest in the Partnership with Tai Poutini ;  26 June 1991 letter to Susan da Silva to use the West Coast Partnership Model for a presentation to a St Johns Course.



Primary author: West Coast Regional Council

Author biography: Corporate/institutional

Publisher: West Coast Regional Council

Publication format: Report

Publication date: 1991

Publication place: Greymouth

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: ATOW-4

Content type: Report, Responses


Culture related topics: Bi-cultural

Resources: Culture