IWI ELITE INDIGENOUS SOVEREIGNTY EMBEDDED IN ‘UN AGENDA 21’ AND ‘UN AGENDA 2030’
Indigenous Peoples in transforming our world have an invested interest in United Nations Agenda 21, universal global development goals, which is extremely strong and hypo-political. Indigenous Indicators are integrated into UN Agenda 2030. (Indicators (1.42 )and (5 a 1 ) on land Iwi/Maori interests and rights. This is established at a global level, is actioned, promoted at a country level thus advancing UN Agenda 2030, monitoring, measuring, promoting Indigenous tribal progress as to UN Agenda 2030 Global Development Goals at a local level. This is reported as a work in progress.
A UN high level political meeting referenced to in a 2030 Resolution follow up review A/RES/701299) 11th July 2016 which included thematic discussions with Indigenous peoples at the very core of UN Agenda 2030, as Indigenous Tribal Rights, Indigenous Development Goals .are reported to be essential self-determination to accelerate promote growth modification
Indigenous Indicators embedded in UN Agenda 2030 key players in NZ are Iwi Elite in partnership with NZ Government. Global, regional, national political forums support the framework of this strategic plan to accelerate UN Agenda 2030 in New Zealand, with UN Member State governments facilitating Indigenous Peoples at national level to be given ‘rights’ that other do not have (As per non-binding agreement 2007 UNDRIP). The using of Indigenous Agenda 2030 indicators, with specific measurements through an established Iwi/Māori Digital Sovereignty, an Iwi tribal Sovereignty with Iwi Aspirations
Prof. Dawn Freshwater of Auckland University documented an article referencing Iwi/Maori knowledge to research Disinformation and to tackle UN Agenda 2030 goals, to drive the global development goals of Agenda 2030 in relation to climate change and the decolonization agenda.
Iwi/Māori Elite have the ability to interrogate information to maximize impacts through Indigenous Sovereignty Data transferred, translated into different contexts.
The United Nations Association of NZ hosted an Advancing Agenda 2030 Conference in the Banquet Hall in Parliament. It was reported that NZ was at mid-point to achieving UN Agenda 2030 however accelerated actions are needed. The conference highlighted key speakers such as Ashley Bloomfield .
Other speakers were Ibrahim Omer, Carolyn Schwaiger NZ Representative to the UN New York, Mary Wareham Advocacy Director of the Arms Div., of the human Rights watch and Sophie Handford Kapiti Coast District Council.
Topics at the gathering included ‘Climate Change, reforming the UN and countering Disinformation. Hosted by the UN Association NZ. And also New Zealand advances UN Agenda 2030 through Iwi/Maori Digital Sovereignty and multi-stakeholder partnership with the government implemented at a High Political Level by the UN as to Indigenous Peoples Rights to ‘self determination’. Co-Governance in NZ.
Researched By Carol Sakey