Ihumātao: Why Save the Land?

Hina Kneubuhl talks with Qiane Matata-Sipu of Ihumātao (co-founder of SOUL) about the intensification of urban development and the right of people to have their own opinion.


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Hina Kneubuhl talks with Qiane Matata-Sipu of Ihumātao (co-founder of SOUL) about the intensification of urban development and the right of people to have their own opinion.


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Ihumātao: Misconceptions

Hina Kneubuhl talks with Qiane Matata-Sipu of Ihumātao (co-founder of SOUL) about misconceptions. Qiane outlines concern about intergenerational trauma and a continuing cycle of colonisation.

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History of the Māori Electorates

Here's the history of how the Māori electorates were established. When the New Zealand Constitution Act was passed in 1852, it established the Parliamentary system. Those eligible to vote and to be voted for, had to be:


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