Te Tiriti o Waitangi rights and obligations w/ Dr Carwyn Jones: October 17, 2023

Last week Nicholas spoke to Nicole Skews-Poole from the disinformation project about their report into a rise in Anti-Maori Racism.

Jen Margaret on Pākehā educating and advocating for Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Jen Margaret is an advocate and educator for Te Tiriti o Waitangi and in this interview we hear about her life story and how she came to do this work. We also learn all about Groundwork and the work they do - what is the place for Pākehā educating and advocating for Te Tiriti.

What might NZ constitution based on the treaty look like?

A major constitutional korero was held in Auckland over three days this week. Among the speakers was Supreme Court Justice Sir Joe Williams and a host of speakers from around the world including North America, Australia and Asia who brought other indigenous perspectives to the area of constitutional law. One of the main organizers was Associate professor Claire Charters who specializes in indigenous peoples' rights in international and constitutional law at Auckland University. What might a future New Zealand constitution look like with the Treaty of Waitangi at its core?

Te Tiriti and Tino Rangatiratanga w/ Margaret Mutu: April 20, 2023

Spike speaks to Professor of Maori Studies Margaret Mutu about Joseph Mooney's recent comments on the application of tino rangatiratanga, and the long history of the rejection of Te Tiriti.

Chris Tooley: Palestinian and Māori self-determination | Q+A 2023

Te Puna Ora o Mataatua CEO and former Cambridge scholar Chris Tooley sits down for a wide ranging interview regarding his expertise on self-determination movements.

Kia whai mana ōrite ‘Te Whakaputanga’ ki ‘Te Tiriti o Waitangi

I ngā rangi tata nei I tū te whakamaumaharatanga o ‘He Whakaputanga’, te kawenata I waitohua e ngā rangatira o Te Taitokerau I te 28 o Oketopa I te tau 1835. I kōrero mātou ki a Hone Saddler, Pūkōrero o Ngāpuhi.

Margaret Mutu | He Whakaputanga Academic

The first founding document of Aotearoa, He Whakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga ō Nu Tīreni, was signed 188 years ago. What is the Declaration of Independence and how relevant is it today? Professor Margaret Mutu spoke with Dale Husband about He Whakaputanga.