Whenua. 06/04/97 ( Part 1 of 2 )

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WHENUA ! 06/04/97 ( Part 1 of 2 )

Presented by Hēnare te Ua and Libby Hakaraia from the Radio New Zealand Studios - Auckland, on National Radio.

Greetings / prog promo and run-down.

Music : Te Waka Huia - 'Te Wahine Toa'

Phone Interview : MOANA JACKSON - MāORI LAW COMMISSION.
10 years ago two major reports came out setting out the need for a Māori Law Commission.
Those reports entitled "Te Whainga I Te Ika" - Access to Justice. And "He Whaipaanga Hou" - The Māori and the criminal justice system - were based on extensive consultation and both saw the clear need for an independent research and development body focused on legal and constitutional issues.
While the government declined to act on the reports findings, the Wellington Māori Legal Service, or, Nga Kaiwhakamarama i nga ture, has thrown its support behind the establishment of an organisation known as the Māori Law Commission and Institute for Indigenous Research.
The new organisation was launched last Friday and to tell us more about its aims and objectives - we're joined by Moana Jackson, Māori Law Commission Member.

Music : Prince Tui Teka - 'E I Po'

Studio Interview : CHRISTIAN WHATA - MENA WHAREPOURI
FISHING JUDGEMENT; Māori claim to trout fishing. Customary rights, Colonising Rights, by definition, belong to Māori.

Music : Kamehameha School of Music - 'Rarotonga E' (recorded in Rarotonga 1992)

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Year 1997

Reference number 52404

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
Hakaraia, Libby, 1968-
te Ua, Henare, 1933-2007
Jackson, Moana
Whata, Christian
Wharepouri, Mena

Duration 00:54:00

Date 06 Apr 1997

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