Joshua Hitchcock

Joshua Hitchcock (Te Ātiawa) is a business advisor, accountant, and writer on Māori law, policy and economic development. He blogs at www.katonuitanga.com.

Ātea
Dec 7, 2017

Deloitte's Top 10 Māori organisations: let's celebrate their success

Deloitte have released their list of the Top 10 Māori organisations for 2017. Joshua Hitchcock looks at the year’s big hitters.

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Ātea
Nov 24, 2017

Māori unemployment: there is a way out

In his previous column Joshua Hitchcock looked at the alarmingly low employment rate for Māori. Here he searches for some solutions.

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Ātea
Nov 7, 2017

Māori unemployment is a national crisis

Thirty years of economic reform and the gap between Māori and Pākehā employment rates is wider than ever, says business columnist Joshua Hitchcock.

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Ātea
Oct 23, 2017

Why Māori need an apology from the new Labour government

As Treaty commentator Joshua Hitchcock prepares to return home from London, he is optimistic for the new Labour government, but argues that reflecting on past mistakes will help them regain Māori trust.

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Ātea
Oct 11, 2017

Where to now for Whānau Ora and Te Ture Whenua?

Joshua Hitchcock looks at the Māori Party initiatives most at risk from a new government: the Whānau Ora health programme and the Māori land law reforms.

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