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Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga
Ngāti Hine's Covid-19 taskforce releases marae toolkit
Te Hiku TV / Haukāinga: Inequalities increase COVID19 fatality rates
Recent work by Te Pūnaha Matatini show that inequalities in the health section put Māori at a higher risk of death from COVID19. We also discuss whether their work around ethnic inequalities could be applied to other sectors such as policing of Māori and Pasifika communities. Finally, we hear how lock downs around thew world are helping us flatten the curve and eliminate COVID19.
Māori seek ideas on Aotearoa's future after pandemic
Ngāti Kahu leader Professor Margaret Mutu is leading the campaign and says the pandemic has given the country an opportunity to re-imagine its future.
The relevance of te Tiriti o Waitangi in the Covid-19 era
Law professor Dr Claire Charters (Te Arawa) lays out Aotearoa’s dual legal systems and the government’s obligations to both in these uncertain times.
Cyclones and coronavirus: Pacific Island nations face a ‘double-whammy’ catastrophe
Struggling through the aftermath of a devastating tropical cyclone, many Pacific nations would be overwhelmed by even a few Covid-19 cases
Community checkpoints are an important and lawful part of NZ’s Covid response
Contrary to claims, there is a sound legal foundation for community checkpoints organised by iwi, write legal scholars Max Harris and Professor Emeritus David V Williams.
Study to assess the impact of Covid-19 on tikanga
Dr Marama Muru-Lanning, director of the James Henare Māori Research Centre, and University of Auckland colleagues, have a Health Research Council grant to assess the impact of Covid-19 on kaumātua and tikanga.