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April 2014 Paenga-whāwhā – Contents

Waitangi Tribunal

Remedies – the Mangatū Remedies Report (Wai 814, 2013) by Dr Carwyn Jones

Remedies – analysis of the Mangatū Remedies Report (Wai 814, 2013) by Baden Vertongen

Rights to water - the Tribunal’s final report on Te Kāhui Maunga: The National Park District Inquiry Report (Wai 1130, 2013) by Dr Jacinta Ruru

Legislation

Review of Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993 – final report and recommendations from the independent review panel

Indigenous Law Speaker Series 2013

Indigenous on the Margins by Eileen Luna-Firebaugh

 

 

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