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"The overall aim of this research is to explore ways in which the legal system of Aotearoa/New Zealand can evolve so as to accommodate the best of the values and concepts of both major components of its society"

 

    Thursday, November 25, 2004
 
Publications- Working Papers


     Nan Seuffert, Methodologies and Consultative Processes for Bicultural, Gender Appropriate Socio-Legal Research (1998). Te Matahauariki Institute, 2000 q  

     Paul Meredith, Urban Maori as New Citizens: The Quest for Recognition and Resources. (Paper presented to Revisioning Citizenship in New Zealand Conference, Waikato University). 2000

       Robert Joseph Comparatively Speaking: A Summary Paper of Preliminary Principles and Aims.Te Matahauariki Institute, 2001

       Dr Alex Frame, Concepts of 'Property' in Maori and English Law: Is any Synthesis Possible for a Future Jurisprudence in Aotearoa/New Zealand - Some Provisional Conclusions. Te Matahauariki Institute 2000

Robert Joseph, Constitutional Frameworks for Pluralism, Biculturalism and Multiculturalism in Canada and New Zealand: Perspectives from the Quebecios, First Nations and Maori. Te Matahauariki Institute, 2000

  Robert Joseph, Maori Customary Laws and Institutions. (1999-2000)q       Wayne Rumbles, Seeing Law in Pre-European Maori Society. (1999)

Rob Joseph, DENIAL, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND PEACE BUILDING THROUGH RECONCILIATORY JUSTICE (2001) and see the PowerPoint presentation of this paper.

Wayne Rumbles, Seeing Law in Pre-European Maori Society

Catherine Iorns Magallanes, Bringing Them Home: Bringing it here? Relevance to New Zealand of the findings of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families (1999)

Catherine Iorns Magallanes, International Standards and State Obligations Concerning Indigenous Peoples' Self-Determination and Cultural Survival (1999)

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Discussion Papers

Gay Morgan, Reflections on Pluralist Conundrums. Yearbook of New Zealand Jurisprudence, vol.1, no.1, 1998

Manuka Henare, Principles of Devolution: The Scottish Experience. Te Matahauariki Institute, 2000

Paul Meredith, Transversal Cultural Politics in Aotearoa/New Zealand: A Note Te Matahauariki Institute, 2000

Catherine Iorns Magallanes, 1996 Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (Canada) (2000)

 

  

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