In 2019 Recreation Aotearoa made a constitutional commitment to the principles of Tiriti o Waitangi and an aspiration to developing working partnerships with Māori whānau, hapū and iwi to realise this commitment.

Significant steps in this journey were the appointment of a Board member to bring an understanding of Te Tiriti at the governance level, building the capability of Recreation Aotearoa staff, and the establishment of Te Kāhui Kura Māori.

Below you will find all the information around our 2020 - 2025 Strategic Plan.

Our VISION is to ReCreate a Nation.

Our MISSION is Enhancing Wellbeing Through Recreation.

Hear from Mark Bowater (Recreation Board Chair) about the development of the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan

The Board and Te Kāhui Kura Māori set out to co-create this strategy. We have learnt much during this process including the importance of engaging from the beginning, the richness of marae-based wānanga (workshop), and the value of meeting kanohi-ki-kanohi (face-to-face).

Listen as Bobbi Clarke-Heu explains the involvement of Te Kāhui Kura Māori in the planning process

Recreation Aotearoa engaged widely throughout the sector and amongst members through online surveys, regional and conference workshops to gauge the aspirations of our key stakeholders for recreation in New Zealand.

During this same period Te Kahui Kura Māori held wānanga at various marae across the motu (country).

Kuruho Wereta of Te Kahui Kura Māori talks in more depth abou the waka hourua anaology

We are excited about what the future holds for recreation in Aotearoa. With Te Tiriti as our foundation we have captured two world views and bound them together in one plan.

Andrew Leslie, CEO of Recreation Aotearoa, explains what the future looks like and what they key result areas are

You can take a look at Te Whai Oranga, the 2020-2025 strategy document, by clicking the button below

View the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan

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