Betsan is the Aotearoa-New Zealand/Pacific regional member of an international committee for a Charter of Human Responsibility, initiated through the Foundation for the Progress of Humanity (FPH), in
Te Kawehau Hoskins
Affiliated to Nga Puhi, Te Kawehau is a Lecturer in Education at the
, with special interests in Mäori Education, and research for a PhD. Her responsibilities include both academic research and teaching, roles in Educational governance in the tertiary sector, Adult Community Education and responsibilities in an urban bicultural school in University of Auckland . Te Kawehau is a member of a collective who share an area of rural land for growing organic produce and caring for the land with commitments to ‘kaitiakitanga’ – a Mäori concept of guardianship, and sustainable living. Auckland
Associate-Professor of Management Studies and Ethics at the
Tafaomalo Loudeen Parsons
Christine is a teacher with a position as Resource Teacher of Mäori. Christine is based in the
A young person working with the committee as much as her apprenticeship on biodynamic farming will allow. Laura is trained as a lawyer and has recently travelled extensively, especially in Sth
Charles Te Ahukaramu Royal
Researcher, writer and musician. His tribal affiliations are Ngati Raukawa, Ngati Tamatera and Nga Puhi. Charles has contributed a chapter to the forthcoming international book on Responsibility.
Charles has led graduate programmes at Te Wananga o Raukawa, was a Fulbright Scholar and held a Winston Memorial Fellowship to conduct research into indigenous worldviews in the US and Canada. Since the beginning of 2003, Charles has been working fulltime for his own company conducting research and developing research policy for the Ministry of Research, Science and Technology. Charles has written and/or edited five books all involving aspects of mätauranga Mäori including The Woven Universe: Selected Writings of Rev. Mäori Marsden. A new research project is entitled ‘Te Kaimanga: Towards a New Vision for Matauranga Mäori’.