|Publications- Working Papers
Seuffert, Methodologies and Consultative Processes for Bicultural,
Gender Appropriate Socio-Legal Research (1998). Te Matahauariki
Institute, 2000 q
Meredith, Urban Maori as New Citizens: The Quest for
Recognition and Resources. (Paper presented to Revisioning
Citizenship in New Zealand Conference, Waikato University).
Joseph Comparatively Speaking: A Summary Paper of Preliminary
Principles and Aims.Te Matahauariki Institute, 2001
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
Joseph, Constitutional Frameworks for Pluralism, Biculturalism
and Multiculturalism in Canada and New Zealand: Perspectives
from the Quebecios, First Nations and Maori. Te Matahauariki
Joseph, Maori Customary Laws and Institutions. (1999-2000)q Wayne Rumbles, Seeing Law in Pre-European Maori Society. (1999)
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
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)
Iorns Magallanes, International Standards and State Obligations
Concerning Indigenous Peoples' Self-Determination and Cultural
Morgan, Reflections on Pluralist Conundrums. Yearbook
of New Zealand Jurisprudence, vol.1, no.1, 1998
Henare, Principles of Devolution: The Scottish Experience.
Te Matahauariki Institute, 2000
Meredith, Transversal Cultural Politics in Aotearoa/New
Zealand: A Note Te Matahauariki Institute, 2000
Iorns Magallanes, 1996 Report of the Royal Commission
on Aboriginal Peoples (Canada) (2000)