Nga Kahui Pou: Launching Maori Futures
Huia Publishers, 2003. 11. 1. - 380페이지
by 2051 the ethnic Maori population will almost double in size to close to a million, or twenty-two percent of the total New Zealand population. Even more dramatically, by 2051 thirty-three percent of all children in the country will be Maori This substantial change in our society will have major implications for Maori and wider society. Professor Durie discusses traditions and customs and addresses contemporary needs in order to build development strategies for the launch of the Maori population into the new millennium.
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Aotearoa Auckland autonomy capacity challenge Commission conﬂict constitutional Crown devolution diabetes Durie economic environment focus framework goals groups hapﬁ health promotion Hoe Nuku Roa Hui Taumata Matauranga impact indigenous indigenous doctors indigenous rights inﬂuence kaumatua laws leadership levels lifestyles linked living Maori aspirations Maori business Maori children Maori communities Maori cultural Maori development Maori education Maori health Maori interests Maori language Maori participation Maori population Maori resources Maori seats Maori society Maori values Maori world marae Massey University Maui Pomare mental health millennium Ministry of Health older Maori Paiheretia Pakeha Palmerston North Parliament participation in society percent political Pomare potential principles programmes Public Health recognised reﬂect relationship between Maori risk role sector settlement significant social policy Statistics New Zealand strategies survival tapu Te Puni Kokiri tino rangatiratanga Treaty of Waitangi tribal University Press Waitangi Tribunal well-being Wellington Westminster System whanau wider young Maori Zealand