- What Mother’s Day?
- Trans Pacific Partnership – what do free trade deals mean for our accountabilities to our people and our environmment
- More activism needed
- Maori control over Maori frameworks – Why I advocate strongly for Kaupapa Maori
- Citizen A Television – Cronyism, Marriage Equality and government GCSB spying
Tag Archives: Tino Rangatiratanga
Was asked recently why I advocate so strongly for Kaupapa Maori and for Maori control over Maori frameworks. The question has also been asked recently by a Pakeha academic around who gets to determine the boundaries for kaupapa Maori? It’s … Continue reading
Marama Davidson joins a Native Affairs panel with John Tamihere and Martyn Bradbury to debate the appointment of Susan Devoy to the role of Race Relations Commissioner. You can view the Native Affairs video clip of the panel discussion here:
Please go to the link below for my post on Judith Collins calling Annette Sykes ‘a stupid person’ over the appointment of Susan Devoy to Race Relations Commissioner. Reblogged courtesy of TheDailyBlog. You can read the blog here.
Women and global movements – Occupy Savvy interviews Marama Davidson Please go to the above link where Occupy Savvy interviews Marama Davidson around global movements and the role of women in them. “In the Occupy Movement in Aotearoa, my small … Continue reading
Aotearoa responsibilities around indigenous rights: “Idle No More” Please go to the above link for my post on indigenous rights at The Daily Blog.
This is my own personal start to visioning what we are aiming for. It is not exhaustive or structured. Perhaps it will rouse debate or if people don’t like it they could write their own. Happy Waitangi Day? When our … Continue reading
Just my own personal ‘what’s on top for me right now’ rant. 1. Ongoing abuse of indigenous peoples by coloniser Canada on that Great Turtle land. We know this here. 2. Ongoing resistance by those indigenous nations to maintain their sovereignty … Continue reading
Personal Opinion – 04 March 2012 Children are our treasures regardless of what home, family or circumstance they are born into. On this Children’s Day I express my thanks for my own children and every single child that the earth … Continue reading
(Original article posted Dec 2010, updated Jan 2012) How can we help push a constitutional review towards this vision? We hope whānau will have a say in what rules and guidelines this country should be governed by. We urge people to find out what the current constitutional review process is all … Continue reading