is an example of why co-governance doesn't work
If you’re interested in the emerging co-governance debate, here’s a tip: Keep an eye on what’s going on with Tuhoe and the DOC huts and the area formerly known as Te Urewera National Park.
I think this is becoming the most of obvious example of why co-governance doesn’t work.
Quick recap: back in 2014 Chris Finlayson reached a treaty settlement with Tuhoe, and part of that allowed the iwi to govern Te Urewera National Park with DOC.
Kiwis were promised they’d still have guaranteed public access.
Link to pod cast and article: Heather du Plessis-Allan: The unfolding Tuhoe case is an example of why co-governance doesn't work (newstalkzb.co.nz)