Hunting was not allowed by the Government on public, private and Māori land under Alert Level 4. Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā sought to see traditional kai gathering permitted, with hunting and fishing recognised as an essential service within remote Māori communities. On this episode of Te Pūtahi we share a whānau perspective of hunting and kaitiakitanga. Our special guest is Moana-Roa Callaghan from Te Whānau-ā-Apanui.
COVID-19, what we can learn from the past, the role of haukāinga & challenging the Government on inequities for Māori in health.
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:
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.
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.