He Kai Kei Aku Ringa: Māori-Crown Economic Growth Partnership 2023 (He Kai Kei Aku Ringa 2023), provides an organising framework to drive an all-of-government focus on achieving positive economic outcomes for Māori. The strategy was initially published in 2013. It was updated in 2023 to respond to changes in our economy. From 2013 to 2018, the Māori economy grew faster than the New Zealand economy; 37% in real growth, compared to national growth in GDP of 20%. There is an important opportunity to consolidate and extend this growth for the benefit of Māori and for all of Aotearoa. There is also urgent need to ensure this growth will serve the needs of future generations of Māori, as the Māori population is young and fast-growing.
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The Māori Employment Action Plan is part of the Government’s Employment Strategy.
Employment makes an important contribution to wellbeing.
There are a range of tools, support and information to help Māori businesses grow their capacity including regional and business-specific networks.
This overview provides a snapshot of key statistics indicating Māori employment outcomes in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Applications opened on 1 November 2022 for the Creative and Cultural Events Incubator investment fund which provides up to $300,000 to events that highlight New Zealand’s diverse culture and build national pride.
The glossary contains te reo Māori words and phrases that are commonly used in the Action Plan.
Māori thrive in workplaces with good conditions and are free from discrimination.
Iwi, hapū and Māori are leaders in future-focused and sustainable sectors.