As Rocket Lab launches new technologies from Mahia near Gisborne, Te Taumata applauds yesterday’s announcement of the new country to country Trade Agreement between New Zealand and Singapore. The announcement comes hot on the heels of Te Taumata’s launch of a new and innovative indigenous professional development program between Maori and First nations people in
An idea emerged following recent visits by indigenous leaders from Canada and Australia to meet with Maori business leaders in Te Arawa to practically explore ways to build especially trade relationships together. Te Arawa Fisheries CEO and Te Taumata chair, Chris Karamea Insley, says COVID-19 slowed the discussion but did not kill the idea but
In the latest Te Taumata e-panui, we’ve assembled a series of articles on factors shaping the environment in front of us, and events happening internationally with other indigenous peoples. Importantly, we profile some of the awesome mahi happening with our whanau across the motu. INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT & MAORI TRADEPost COVID-19 Trade Environment Maori Intellectual Property
Te Taumata has adopted the term, ‘The Missed Opportunity Budget’, following yesterday’s Budget 2020 announcement by the government. Chair, Chris Karamea Insley, says he would grade the budget a ‘B’ – barely a pass mark. He says it lacks a clear narrative or strategy of what the end goal is. “This budget is not visionary,”
COVID-19 has clearly shown the world that business-as-usual is gone! That’s the call from Te Taumata chair, Chris Karamea Insley, who wants to see a strong focus on job creation to support the lives and dignity of whanau in the government’s 2020 Budget announcement tomorrow. “One in four jobs in New Zealand results from international
Te Taumata’s comprehensive analysis by world-class technical experts which was submitted to Minister of Maori Development, Hon. Nanaia Mahuta, is now available to view online. The study, titled ‘Maori Interests and Geographic Indicators – Strategic Intellectual Property Management enabling Maori whanau development’, proposes a new approach for Maori to secure and benefit from both tangible
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.
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
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
An exciting line-up of speakers will present at next week’s Regional Korero on International Trade in Rotorua, including Government ministers and trade negotiators, world-class intellectual property experts, and more. Read the rest of our latest newsletter here: http://createsend.com/t/t-E21B595D7F72105A2540EF23F30FEDED
Te Taumata applauds today’s announcement by the New Zealand, Singapore and Chile governments who have committed to working together to develop a digital trading framework through the new Digital Economic Partnership Agreement (DEPA). Te Taumata chair, Chris Karamea Insley, says South East Asia and the Pacific are important growing markets for products from Maori businesses.