Insights on Māori Social Enterprise 2017- Pakihi What Kaupapa (2017)
Type of ContentReports
PublisherTe Puni Kōkiri
- Arts: Reports 
This resource has been prepared by Te Puni Kōkiri to provide insight and share initial findings from Te Puni Kōkiri commissioned research and evaluation of Māori social enterprise in Aotearoa. These insights are intended to contribute to a wider discussion around the kinds of supports the Government should focus on and invest in to grow Māori social enterprise, as part of its commitment to He kai kei aku ringa – the Crown-Māori Economic Growth Partnership. The insights in this report are primarily sourced from: › Māori Social Enterprise – A preliminary scoping and needs analysis completed for Te Puni Kōkiri by Maui Lab at the University of Canterbury (unpublished). The lead author is Sacha McMeeking, supported by William Grant and Unaiki Melrose. This report was commissioned to better understand what Māori social enterprise is in Aotearoa and inform key stakeholders about designing programmes and policy settings that could support Māori social enterprise development. › Te Hiringa Hononga Community Social Enterprise Programme: 2017 Evaluation Report (unpublished). Prepared by Dr Adrian Field, Debbie Goodwin and Louise Were. Te Hiringa Hinonga Community Social Enterprise Programme was an investment pilot initiative to build the capability of Māori social enterprises in Te Tairāwhiti and Te Taitokerau in 2016/17. The pilot was trialled in both regions, of which have high Māori populations to support the growth of Māori social enterprise capability.
ANZSRC Fields of Research14 - Economics::1402 - Applied Economics::140202 - Economic Development and Growth
16 - Studies in Human Society::1605 - Policy and Administration::160505 - Economic Development Policy
16 - Studies in Human Society::1605 - Policy and Administration::160512 - Social Policy
35 - Commerce, management, tourism and services::3507 - Strategy, management and organisational behaviour::350704 - Entrepreneurship
20 - Language, Communication and Culture::2002 - Cultural Studies::200207 - Māori Cultural Studies
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