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He Ara Waiora / A pathway towards wellbeing : Emily O'Connell and Tia Greenaway, Trevor Moeke and Sacha McMeekingexploring Te Ao Māori Perspectives on the Living Standards Framework for the Tax Working Group

By: O'Connell, Emily.
Contributor(s): Greenaway, Tia | Moeke, Trevor | McMeeking, Sacha.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Living Standards Series: Discussion Paper.Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : New Zealand Treasury, 2018Description: electronic document (39 pages) ; PDF file ; HTML version available.ISBN: 978-1-98-855670-3.Subject(s): New Zealand. Treasury | CULTURE | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS | ECONOMIC ASPECTS | GOVERNMENT POLICY | Living Standards Framework | MĀORI | SOCIAL POLICY | WELLBEING | ORA | TAKE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Living Standards Framework Living Standards Series: Discussion Paper, 18/11, September 2018Summary: “Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi” “With your contribution and mine, the people will prosper” The vision of the New Zealand Treasury is to promote higher living standards for all New Zealanders. The Treasury has always recognised that there are many possible ways to understand intergenerational wellbeing. The Treasury indicated earlier this year that the Crown–Māori relationship is integral to all four capitals in our Living Standards Framework. (From the Executive summary). (LSF), and that the Treasury would be further exploring how this might be reflected in the framework. One in the series of discussion papers related to the Treasury approach to the Living Standards Framework - follow the link for more information. Record #5968
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Living Standards Series: Discussion Paper, 18/11, September 2018

“Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi”
“With your contribution and mine, the people will prosper”
The vision of the New Zealand Treasury is to promote higher living standards for all
New Zealanders. The Treasury has always recognised that there are many possible ways to understand intergenerational wellbeing. The Treasury indicated earlier this year that the
Crown–Māori relationship is integral to all four capitals in our Living Standards Framework. (From the Executive summary).
(LSF), and that the Treasury would be further exploring how this might be reflected in the framework.

One in the series of discussion papers related to the Treasury approach to the Living Standards Framework - follow the link for more information. Record #5968