A collaborative multi-decade research agenda should be designed that:
- Builds an evidence base exploring how infrastructure planning and delivery out to 2050 and beyond can help empower Māori and enable rangatiratanga.
- Builds and disseminates a programme of in-depth case studies from leading Māori infrastructure partnership projects.
- Investigates the use of an appropriate national framework for assessing the nationally agreed effects of infrastructure on cultural values (sometimes referred to as a cultural impact assessment, the mauri model or similar), as a supplement to the local, rohe-specific effects (determined on a project-specific basis by iwi and hapū).
- Te Waihanga | New Zealand Infrastructure Commission
- Te Arawhiti
- Central Government
- Local Government
2022 - 2050
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