Ka Whawhai Tonu Mātou – Land Whenua

by Te Rau Ora


During the late 1960’s and 1970’s the Treaty of Waitangi became the focus of a strong Māori protest movement which railed around calls for the government to ‘honour the Treaty’ and to ‘redress treaty grievances’. Māori expressed their frustration about continuing violations of the Treaty and subsequent legislation by government officials, as well as inequitable legislation and unsympathetic decisions by the Māori Land Court alienating Māori land from its Māori owners.

Publishing Information

ISBN978-1-98-850178-9 – Electronic