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New Zealand Maori Party : Apply For Membership

Organisation : New Zealand Maori Party
Facility Name : Apply For Membership
Country : New Zealand
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How To Apply For New Zealand Maori Party Membership?

To join as a member in New Zealand Maori Party Membership you must be eligible to vote to become a Registered Financial Member of Te Pāti Māori. If you’re not eligible you can still become a member of the Māori Party.

Steps to Apply for Member :
Just follow the below steps to apply for New Zealand Maori Party Membership
Step 1 : Go to the above link
Step 2 : Click on “Get Involved” link
Step 3 : Click on “Become an Member” button
Step 4 : Complete the form to become a registered member
Step 5 : Fill the form by giving your personal details
Step 6 : Click “Sign up” to submit the form

Related / Similar Facilities : New Zealand New Conservative Party : Apply For Membership

Membership Registration is $5 annually (GST Inclusive). If you would like to make a higher donation with your membership, please choose what you would like to donate, and your membership will be included. Your membership will renew automatically every year.

Note: The initial amount you choose to donate when you sign up will also be automatically deducted when your membership renews.

New Zealand Maori Party Response Plan Covid-19 Pandemic

Executive Summary :
** When the global Covid-19 pandemic hit in early 2020 it became immediately clear that tangata whenua would be the most at-risk group, just as our tupuna were in previous epidemics, such as the influenza pandemic of 1918 in which the Māori death rate was nine times higher than the Pākehā death rate [1].
** Government knew in February 2020 that a targeted Māori response plan and vaccination programme at the start of vaccination rollout were essential. The Government and Ministry of Health have consistently ignored the advice and recommendations of experts and tangata whenua.
** The government and Ministry have failed Māori. As of 14 November, Māori are 40% of all Delta cases, 46% of all active cases, and 30% of hospitalisations. Ministry of Health vaccination data does not account for an undercount in Maori vaccination rates. Māori full vaccinations (56.5%) are 22.2% lower than the national average (78.5%). If the advice had been followed, the Māori health response would be in a completely different position.
** Te Pāti Māori demand that the Government empower and resource a by Māori, for Māori response to lead the remaining Māori public health response and vaccination programme. This response will focus on vaccination, supporting Māori home isolation and whānau wellbeing, including physical, mental and spiritual health.
** We will uphold informed consent and choices available to whānau, hapū and iwi and not undermine the health response by unilaterally imposing government mandates. Instead, we will empower them to set their own tikanga. We will leave nobody behind.

Te Pāti Māori will:
** Empower and resource Māori to lead our own Covid-19 response
** Establish an independent statutory Māori Pandemic Response Group
** Abolish Government mandates
** Affirm autonomy to set tikanga for tangihanga
** Invest in holistic wellbeing
** Implement a Māori home isolation strategy
** Support whānau who are struggling and have been impacted by Covid-19
** Keep our international borders closed until Māori vaccination rates hit 95%

Solution :
** Empower and resource Māori to lead our own Covid-19 response
** The Government has been completely unwilling to meet their obligations as a Te Tiriti partner and share power and resources with tangata whenua. They have abused their power and breached Te Tiriti by ignoring Māori health advice, putting our people at risk, while targeting Marae and Māori rights in pandemic-related legislation and regulation [2].

Te Pāti Māori will;
** Speed up the establishment of the Māori Health Authority
** Transfer all Māori targeted DHB vaccination programme funding to Māori health and iwi providers
** Share all vaccination data with Māori health and iwi providers and vaccination teams
** Ensure ethnicity data across all areas of Covid-19 (including travel exemptions and MIQ applications) are being collected
** Ensure modelling and data analysis includes Māori population and takes Māori characteristics and Māori realities into account
** Amend the COVID-19 Public Health Response Act 2020 [3] to:
** Remove the power to enter Marae and private property without warrants
** Require all decisions made by the Minister of Health and Director-General of Health to be signed off by the Minister of Māori Development

New Zealand Maori Party Constitution

** The Māori Party is for all citizens of Aotearoa New Zealand.
** Its founding was an initiative of Māori, te kākano i ruia mai i Rangiātea, for the benefit of all citizens of this land.
** Its policies and practices derive from kaupapa tuku iho that are values that provide for the well-being of all and are in a constant state of enrichment and refinement as insights are gathered from new experiences and discoveries.
** Its vision is of a nation of cultural diversity and richness where its unity is underpinned by the expression of tangata whenuatanga by Māori, te kākano i ruia mai i Rangiātea.
** Its commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of this nation and to its whakapapa is steadfast.

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