New report offers ideas to prevent Māori ending up in low-skilled jobs

By D'Angelo Martin

A significant new report is offering ideas that might stop Maori ending up in hard-labour, low-skills jobs.

Tokona Te Raki (Maori Futures Collective) executive director Dr Eruera Tarena says the Whano report isn't necessarily looking at solving Māori unemployment but rather tackling the underlying causes of inequalities ingrained in New Zealand.

Te Ao Mārama talked to Dr Eruera Tarena.