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Number of Pages215
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ISBN 100140256768
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Ngā Pepa a Ranginui is a collection of Walker’s thought-provoking views on the issues affecting Māori and Pākehā. Ngā pepa a Ranginui = The Walker Papers. [Ranginui Walker] -- From the Treaty, Maori leadership and tino rangatiratanga to cultural safety, the fiscal envelope and the fisheries deal Dr Ranginui Walker is one of the most respected and prolific writers and.

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Treaty of Waitangi () Treaty of Waitangi ( February 6) Maori (New Zealand people) Maori (New Zealand people) -- Attitudes. Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social conditions. Maori (New Zealand people. Besides his numerous papers and chapters in books, Dr Walker published six books: Nga Tau Tohetohe: The Years of Anger (), Ka Whawahi Tonu Matou: Struggle without End (), Nga Pepa a Ranginui: The Walker Papers (), He Tipua: The Life and Times of Sir Apirana Ngata (), Opotiki Mai Tawhiti (), and Paki Harrison: Tohunga Whakairo.

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Dr Ranginui Walker is a champion of indigenous rights, indigenous education and indigenous representation in parliament. Of the Whakatohea tribe of Opotiki, he was educated at St Peter’s Māori College, Auckland Teacher’s College and the University of Auckland. He taught in the primary school service for 10 years and held a lectureship at Auckland Teachers College for five years.

Paki Harrison is widely regarded as New Zealand's greatest living master carver, a man with a huge reputation as a leading tohunga of the art form. He possesses immense knowledge about the traditional arts of the carver, extending way beyond the actual physical arts to include its most ancient aspects - the symbolism contained in Maori art, to its role in transmitting old tribal history.

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