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The 7th Young Maori Leaders' Conference

The 7th Young Maori Leaders' Conference
Ka tu ka ora ! Ka noho ka mate !

Wellington Town Hall, June 20-21, 2005

E nga mana, nga reo, nga maunga karangaranga maha o nga motu e rua,

tena rawa atu koutou katoa

He panui tenei mo te hui tuawhitu mo nga kaiarahi mo apopo.

The information enclosed is an invitation to young Maori with leadership potential to attend the 7th Young Maori Leaders' Conference at the Wellington Town Hall on Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st June, 2005. The theme of the conference 'Ka tu ka ora! Ka noho ka mate!' encourages involvement and activism in iwi, community and national affairs by young people in the targeted age range 20 - 40 years.



You are invited to make this information more widely available. Further you are asked to encourage potential participants to register, and to urge employers, hapu and iwi and community organisations to support and sponsor suitable young Maori men and women who would benefit from participation in this conference.

There are many good reasons for actively encouraging leadership potential in younger people. All organisations whether kinship-based or based on employment and community involvement, benefit from good, sound leadership. Leadership does not just happen; leadership has to be nurtured, developed, and encouraged. Leadership skills are transferable to employment, to iwi organizations, to community and national organizations. We have enormous leadership potential in our younger generations, let us ensure that they are able to develop that potential to benefit themselves, the communities in which they live and the nation.

Please pass on this material and where appropriate encourage wider sponsorship and support for the next generation of Maori and national leaders to attend this important hui.

Na matou nei,

Tuatahi Nga Kaitaunaki Rangahau,

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