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Hui Agenda July 2006

Naumai Marae Hui Agenda

Hokianga Accord

20 - 21 July 2006

 

Day One — 20 July
10.00am

Whakatau (Welcome)

10.30am

Kapu Ti
10.45am Whakawhanaungatanga (introductions), apologies and messages from people unable to attend. Introduction to Agenda.
11.45am Maori Customary tools available to Maori - Where are they currently located and applications in pipeline. How public awareness is being advocated and how many Mataitai/Taiapure are facing challenges being implemented? – MFish. T Teneti/G Morrell/George Riley
12.00pm Questions and answer session to above.
12.30pm Lunch
1.15pm Implementation of the MPA Policy and Implementation plan is currently focused on the protection standard and classification – MFish and DoC representatives to outline the "protection standards and classification" public consultation document and the process envisaged for public consultation.
1.45pm Questions and answers on these processes.
2.00pm MFish update on progress with "proof of concept" Ministry led multi stakeholder Fisheries Plans and proposed timeframes for future Fisheries Plans – Jodi Mantle or Arthur Hore, MFish.
2.30pm Outline of Stakeholder led Fisheries Plans, their legislative framework and Ministry support available for their development – Kim Drummond, MFish.
  Questions and answers on Fisheries Plans
3.00pm Kapu Ti – Team photo
3.15pm Update on Shared Fisheries project – outline of public consultation process being provided for – Robin Connor or Lindie Nelson, MFish.
3.45pm Maximum Sustainable Yield. MFish to explain, with diagrams of the yield curve, what maximum sustainable yield is and how it is applied in our fisheries management system.
4.10pm Final questions and answers for officials from hui participants. MFish and DoC officials may leave the hui to travel home or are welcome to stay.
4.30pm Report on the Fresh Water Customary Forum – Tom Moana/G Morrell
4.45pm Report on Nga Hapu O Te Uru Customary Forum in Waikato – Tom Moana Co-chair.
5.00pm Update on Regional Customary Forums – Graeme Morrell/Tom Teneti/George Riley - MFish.
5.15pm Update on Regional Recreational Forums – Richard Baker/Paul Batten.
5.30pm Ngati Whatua and the Kaipara – a tangata whenua perspective of future fisheries management for their rohe.
6.00pm Dinner
7.00pm Ngati Wai presentation on their way of doing things.
7.30pm Te Uri O Hau – their understanding of MFish Treaty Settlement obligations regards fisheries.
8.00pm Te Roroa - their understanding of MFish Treaty Settlement obligations regards fisheries.
8.15pm Update on Kahawai Legal Challenge – Jeff Romeril, President NZBGFC
8.30pm Kapu Ti
9.00pm Presentation on multilingual information fishing site - www.fish4nz.co.nz
9.15pm

NZRFC Conference report – Keith Ingram, President NZRFC

9.30pm Passing of tokotoko – Story telling, fishy stories by individuals. Rules explained on the day.
10.00pm Karakia-moe (sleep time)
Day Two — 21 July
6.00am Karakia
7.00am Parakuihi (Breakfast)
8.00am Alternative management strategies – an international perspective attained through attendance at Sharing the Fish Conference in Perth March 2006 – Kim Walshe, Ackroyd Walshe.
8.30am Review of reports from the last Whakamaharatanga hui & the "short line-out" hui in Auckland – questions and answer session.
8.45am Discussion on recommendations for structure of "Guardians of the Sea" Charitable Trust – Bruce Galloway.
9.00am Establish Work Plan for Hokianga Accord and prioritise.
10.15am Evaluation of Hui
12.00pm Evaluation of Hui. Wrap up.
1.00pm Lunch - Poroporoaki (farewell)

 

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