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7.3.3 Key programmes


  1. Schedule of Issues of Significance

    • The Independent Māori Statutory Board must create a Schedule of Issues of Significance [1]

    • This schedule reflects issues for Māori within Auckland Council’s jurisdictional boundary.

  2. The Māori Plan

    • The Schedule of Issues of Significance includes the Māori Plan. This plan looks at the cultural, social, economic and environmental wellbeing of Māori communities. It is a 30-year plan based on Māori values and outcomes and includes the activity or action-based plans in each of the four wellbeing domains, derived from the aspirations of Tāmaki Māori.

  3. Treaty of Waitangi audit

    • To fulfil its purpose of ensuring the council acts in accordance with statutory provisions relating to Te Tiriti/the Treaty [2], the IMSB undertakes an audit of the council’s performance. The Te Tiriti o Waitangi Audit is carried out every three years. For the latest version and further information on the audit programme, see Te Tiriti o Waitangi Audit found on the IMSB website.

    • In response to the findings, the council develops a Te Tiriti o Waitangi Audit Response Programme that is approved for action by council committee. The Waharoa group is a joint steering group of IMSB and council staff, which provides oversight of the programme’s delivery. Tiriti/Treaty audit projects must be presented to the Waharoa for sign-off before they are reported to council committee.



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