Indigenous Peoples and COVID-19: Issues of Law and Justice – Aotearoa New Zealand

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Māori Law Review and Aotearoa New Zealand Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law
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A co-production of New Zealand's Victoria University of Wellington and the Aotearoa New Zealand Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law, the "Indigenous Peoples and COVID-19: Issues of Law and Justice" is a series of conversations focused on the experiences of Indigenous Peoples with COVID-19, particularly government response and the issues of law and justice.

Moderated by Māmari Stephens, Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington, and produced by Māori Law Review and the Aotearoa New Zealand Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law.

Panelists:

Margaret Mutu, Professor of Māori Studies at the University of Auckland

Julia Whaipooti, Māori leader in criminal justice reform and Senior Advisor to the Office of the Children's Commissioner

Dr. Rhys Jones, Public Health Physician, Senior Lecturer and DIrector of Teaching at Te Kupenga Hauora Māori (TKHM), University of Auckland

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Māori Law Review and the Aotearoa New Zealand Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law. "Indigenous Peoples and COVID-19: Issues of Law and Justice – Aotearoa New Zealand". September 2, 2020. Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved July 25, 2023 from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVMzQ2E6Jzg&feature=youtu.be

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