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Māori role in the future of the NZ economy

Futures Thinking Aotearoa
(NZ Futures Trust)
23 September 2008 Forum
Tuesday, 23 September from 12.15 - 1.30pm
Large Gallery, Turnbull House, Bowen St, Wellington

Ngā Kaihanga Hou - Future Makers – Māori role in the future of the New Zealand economy

Presented by Hillmaré Schulze


Ngā Kaihanga Hou – For Māori Future Makers is built from a platform of understanding both the current circumstances of Māori economic position and participation, and the key drivers of global economic change that are most likely to impact on Māori. From this basis, it presents a consideration of key intervention points necessary to position Māori for optimal economic participation and success in the future global economy.

Hillmaré Schulze is a chief analyst at Te Puni Kokiri. She has focused on creating a futures methodology and futures model for measuring Māori participation in the economy today and in the future. She moved to New Zealand permanently in 2006 with her family. She previously worked for the International Finance Corporation – part of the World Bank Group as Chief economist for Africa. She has 20 years international experience in economic growth and development.


Cost: New Zealand Futures Trust members: $ 5
Non- NZFT members: $15


Please register your interest in attending using the form below by Mon 22th September 2008.

Contact details: Box 12 008, Wellington, 6144. Ph: Yvonne 04 383 5080, e-mail: info[at]futurestrust.org.nz

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