Hauora: Māori Standards of Health IV

@inproceedings{Reid2007HauoraMS,
  title={Hauora: Māori Standards of Health IV},
  author={Papaarangi Reid and Bridget Robson},
  year={2007}
}
This right is derived from different sources. Firstly, from our indigenous rights embodied in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (United Nations 2007) and reinforced by the Treaty of Waitangi (CERD 2007). The primary right of indigenous peoples is to self-determination, which includes to name ourselves as tangata whenua and be recognised as such. As tangata whenua, our duty includes ensuring the wellbeing of all people in our territories, Màori and tauiwi. This… CONTINUE READING
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