Re-booting biculturalism in Aotearoa-New Zealand
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Associate Professor Georgina Stewart
The bicultural historical relationship between Māori and Pākehā has been a love affair as well as a power struggle.
As Waitangi Day draws near, Associate Professor Georgina Stewart
looks at the need to refocus on biculturalism and its place in a country that holds dear the ideas of equity, diversity
and inclusiveness – and the fundamental Kiwi philosophy of giving someone a ‘fair go’.
Read the complete article on The Briefing Papers