State of the Nation Collected Waitangi Day Speeches and Essays 2006-2015




Table of contents

Foreword by Dr Heather Came 07 
Recollections of Reverend Joan Cook 09
Te Tiriti o Waitangi principles for shared governance: From the Foreshore to Freshwater
Dr Betsan Martin 12
State of the Pākehā nations’ mind-set
Bob Scott 19
Te Tiriti o Waitangi, the state of the nation, constitutional change
David James 27
Te Tiriti is the Constitution
Professor Jane Kelsey 32
2007Flush and forget – Pākehā and Te Tiriti
Catherine Delahunty 38
Mixed report card for the year 2007
Professor David Williams 44
The last Pākehā
Glenn Colquhoun 49
The Treaty today: Sacred covenant, simply nullity, disputed document, respected relationship?
Charmaine Pountney 56
The Treaty is personal
Carol Archie 64
A Treaty lawyer reflects on the state of the Treaty relationship
Grant Powell 71
We’re all in this together: The Treaty, the economy and New Zealand’s future in the world
Rod Oram 79
A sincere form of love – stories that need to be told
Ruth Gerzon 88
2009A conversation between Treaty Partners?
Dr Ingrid Huygens 96
A Treaty based multi-cultural future
Robert Consedine 107
We did not cede sovereignty
Moea Armstrong 116
The Pākehā of the future
Mitzi Nairn 121
Reflections on the state of the Pākehā nation
Katherine Peet 126
2013Thoughts around the State of the Pākehā Nation
Dr Susan Healy 134
Bushwhacking towards Tiriti-based justice
Dr Heather Came
A place in the circle
Tim Howard



Primary author: Eds, Came, Heather and Zander, Amy

Author biography: Pākehā

Publisher: Network Waitangi Whangarei

Publication format: Book/report

Publication date: February 2015

Publication place: Whangarei, New Zealand

Publication location: Download from here;

Content type: History

Collection: Network Waitangi Otautahi

ISBN/ISSN: 978-0-473-31541-2

Formal group: Tauiwi Treaty

General related topics: Colonisation, Equity/justice/fairness, First Peoples' rights

Historical period: 19th