Wellington Branch invites you to this free event to hear some insights from Māori governance practice, and the challenges of Māori governors in honouring their multiple accountabilities to whānau, hapū and iwi, and others.
Erin Roxburgh-Makea will explore Māori Governance, and what makes this emerging style of Governance unique to Aotearoa. Erin will discuss her experiences around the board table as a researcher and a young governor herself. Erin will examine the implications of Māori Governance for scholars, practitioners and policy makers alike.
Whaiwhia te kete mātauranga! (Fill the basket of knowledge!)
Speaker: Erin Roxburgh-Makea
Victoria University, Rutherford House, Atrium
23 Lambton Quay, Pipitea
There is no cost to attend but registration is required for catering purposes as light refreshments will be served. Please register here!
A cash bar will be available. Eftpos and credit card only please...
Governance New Zealand confirms this event qualifies for CPD structured Credits based on 1 credit per hour of attendance.
05:30 pm - 06:30 pm
29 Jun 2021