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KEI TĒNEI WĀHANGA
Ngā tuhinga o ēnei tau tataFraser, Deborah
Curriculum integration as Treaty praxis
Treaty issues in the field of curriculum and education.
Waikato Journal of Education, 2002; 8:57-70.
Justice, Treaty settlements and the return of pounamu (greenstone) to Ngai Tahu
Treaty issues in a Resource Management context.
Resource Management Journal, Jul 2002; 10(2):9-13.
Flora, fauna and fortunes
Asserts that indigenous biodiversity is owned by the State alone, and that, therefore, Treaty of Waitangi claims may compromise New Zealand’s obligations to the International Convention on Biological Diversity, which includes a mandate that the benefits of biodiversity be shared equally.
New Zealand Wilderness, Feb 2004; 13:1171-4174.
Engine of Destruction? An Introduction to the History of the Māori Land Court
Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, Jul 1994: 24(4):115-139.
Raupatu: the Punitive Confiscation of Māori Land in the 1860s
in A.R. Buck, John McLaren & Nancy E. Wright, editors, Land and Freedom: Law, Property Rights and the British Diaspora, Ashgate Press, Aldershot, 2001, 117-134.
The Treaty of Waitangi and the Waitangi Tribunal: Māori-Pakeha Reconciliation in New Zealand
QWERTY: Arts, Littératures et Civilisations du Monde Anglophone, Oct 2001; 11:219-228.
Building an ethical social work profession
Consideration of Treaty issues in a social work context.
Social Work Review, Aut 2004; 16(1):1.
Three's a crowd? The Treaty of Waitangi, the Waitangi Tribunal, and third parties
Looks at the role in the Waitangi Tribunal process of third parties, those, such as local government authorities, not represented by Māori claimants or the Crown.
New Zealand Universities Law Review, Dec 2002; 20(2):239-251.
The Treaty of Waitangi, Māori and the evolving Crown
Considers how the Treaty has affected the concept of the Crown in politics and law.
Political Science, Jan 1998: 49(2):153-72.
The roots and reach of rangatiratanga
Looks at meanings of rangatiratanga and Maori sovereignty and more positive ways of applying them.
Political Science, Jun 2004; 56(1):23-54.
Humpage, Louise, & Fleras, Augie
Intersecting discourses: closing the gaps, social justice and the Treaty of Waitangi
Shows that the tension between these intersecting discourses corresponds with a comparable dynamic involving the Treaty of Waitangi.
Social Policy Journal of New Zealand/ Te Puna Whakaaro, Jul 2001; 16:37-53.
Highs and lows
Criticises the media coverage of Māori issues, especially the Treaty of Waitangi, and lack of coverage on positive Māori stories.
Mana, Dec 2002/Jan 2003; 49:45.
Our tricky Treaty
The economic effects of the Treaty on business and society and whether the process of sorting out the Treaty is diverting the energy of many of the best and brightest in Māoridom from economic achievement.
New Zealand Management, Feb 2004; 51(1):18.
Treaty of Waitangi claims: the post-settlement phase
Introduces a Law Commission Study Paper (see Books) on possible need for legislative or administrative changes to help manage assets after the Treaty settlement process.
New Zealand Law Journal, Sep 2002; 306.
Hone Heke - his mana endures
Profiles Hone Heke and his conduct during the Treaty of Waitangi signing.
Mana, Apr/May 2003; 51: 83-86.
Queen of the South
Profiles Topeora, the Māori woman who signed the Treaty of Waitangi on Kapiti Island, 14 May 1840.
Mana, Dec 2001/Jan 2002; 43:72-73.
Lashley, Marilyn A.
Implementing Treaty settlement via indigenous institutions: social justice and detribalization in New Zealand
Examines Treaty settlements as a mechanism for providing social justice and incorporating Māori into mainstream society by improving economic and social well-being.
Contemporary Pacific: a Journal of Island Affairs, Spr 2000; 12(1):1-55.
Translating the Treaty of Waitangi
Refutes Moon/Fenton argument (see item below) that Henry Williams deliberately mistranslated the Treaty in order to get Maori chiefs to sign it.
Journal of the Polynesian Society, Sep 2002; 111(3):255-258.
Levine, Hal B.
Can a voluntary organisation be a Treaty partner? The case of Te Whanau o Waipareira Trust
Gives a brief history of the Urban Māori Authority and its challenges to the government policy that only kin-based units of Maori social organisation can function as Treaty partners.
Social Policy Journal of New Zealand/Te Puna Whakaaro, Dec 2001; 17:161-170.
Mackinnon, Jacquelin, & Te Aho, Linda
Delivering bicultural legal education: reflections on classroom experience
Consideration of Treaty issues in a law school context.
Waikato Law Review, 2004; 12:62-82.
Constitutional myths and the Treaty of Waitangi
New Zealand Law Journal, Sep 1991.
Law, history and the Treaty of Waitangi
Discussion by a lawyer of the historical investigation of Treaty claims in a legal context.
New Zealand Journal of History, 1997; 31(1):38-57.
McKenzie, Colin, & Reedy, Amster
A Treaty of Waitangi, overlapping claim mediation: “a prospective hindsight”
Authors reflect on the Treaty claim process.
Resource Management Journal, Mar 2001; 9(1):1-6.
The status of Urban Māori Authorities under the Treaty of Waitangi
Explores the sustainability and consequences of recognising Urban Māori Authorities as having status under the Treaty of Waitangi.
New Zealand Students’ Law Journal, 2002; 1:21-39.
Mead, Hirini Moko
The whole country benefits
Reproduces the speech given by the chief negotiator for Te Runanga o Ngati Awa on the occasion of the signing of the Ngati Awa Deed of Settlement with the Crown at Parliament, 27 Mar 2003.
Historical Review, May 2003; 51(1):30-35.
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