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Hui Recognises Indigenous World Water Day

Wednesday, 21 March 2007, 10:04 am | Aotearoa Educators

A Tino Rangatiratanga symposium held at Victoria University’s Te Herenga Waka marae on Thursday 22nd March will recognise Indigenous World Water Day and coincides with actions by Indigenous peoples globally. More >>

PMs Waitangi Attendance Dismissed

Friday, 1 February 2002, 3:26 pm | Aotearoa Educators

This Government is dismissing Treaty rights through long term free trade agreements, Genetic Modification, and horrific treaty settlements. Unless this ceases we will not honour Helen Clark on Waitangi Day or any other day says Maori education group ... More >>

Film Festival :: Celebrating Maori Independence

Tuesday, 27 November 2001, 9:05 am | Aotearoa Educators

Sunday, 2nd December, Aotearoa Educators celebrates Maori independence, by showing films produced by independent Maori film makers. Some of the film makers highlighted are Leonie Pihama, Mei Hill, Moana and Tauni Sinclair; Toby Mills and Whetu Fala. ... More >>

Orakei Housing Action Committee At Convergence

Monday, 29 October 2001, 3:54 pm | Aotearoa Educators

Over the past few months a number of tenants and occupants of homes on Bastion Point have been served with eviction notices from Housing New Zealand requiring them to quit their homes. More >>

Search For Independent Police Complaints Authority

Tuesday, 8 May 2001, 11:41 am | Aotearoa Educators

TE WHAINGA A search for an Independent Police Complaints Authority Thurs 10 May 2001 Te Herenga Waka Marae Victoria University, Wellington More >>

Send Helen The Message: Don't Destroy The Country

Friday, 20 April 2001, 11:57 am | Aotearoa Educators

Tino Rangatiratanga group Aotearoa Educators [AE!] says that despite the government's claims that they will start consultations regarding a trade and investment deal with Hong Kong the answer will still be 'no' to deals which sell off the country, its ... More >>

Anti-Globalisation Teach-In

Friday, 9 March 2001, 10:36 am | Aotearoa Educators

Saturday 17 March, 10 am to 4 pm Meeting Rooms 1, 2 and 3 Student Union Building Victoria University of Wellington Featuring: Aziz Choudry, Mike Smith, Leigh Cookson, Radha D'Souza, Maxine Gay, Robert Reid, Joe Davies, Helen Te Hira, Jim Delahunty. ... More >>

Waitangi Day celebration of indigenous survival

Wednesday, 7 February 2001, 8:51 am | Aotearoa Educators

Waitangi Day is a day of mourning for Maori. Our only celebration is the celebration of our survival. Feburary 6th 1840 was the day the Treaty of Waitangi was signed.So on this day we remember the begining of broken promises by those colonisers of old ... More >>

Colonisation Continues - Singapore FTA Secured

Tuesday, 7 November 2000, 9:57 am | Aotearoa Educators

Maori rejected the MAI, APEC, WTO and other neo-liberal models and will reject the Singapore Free Trade Agreement said Maori Sovereignty supporters Aotearoa Educators in response to the Free Trade debate in Parliament today. More >>

Prague Style Protests to Hit Aotearoa

Tuesday, 26 September 2000, 9:12 am | Aotearoa Educators

Tino Rangatiratanga advocates attending the Prague anti-World Bank, anti-IMF protest say that New Zealand will face the same types of action if the Government pursues the Singapore Trade deal. The Aotearoa delegation is in Prague as part of the People's ... More >>

Frustration at Farcical Democratic 'debate'

Wednesday, 20 September 2000, 3:02 pm | Aotearoa Educators

"If we are not able to voice our concerns through legal channels why should we not turn to other methods to be heard and taken seriously? People become frustrated with government processes which are not genuinely democratic, frustration can lead ... More >>




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