The Foreshore and seabed hikoi




Table of contents

March to Wellington; The Route; Area orgnaisers; The land wars are over, so the consent of the Tangata Whenua is required before customary title can be extinguished – Parekura Horomia, Min. Maori Affairs, 25 June 2003; So just what are these customary rights?; Does the Treaty cover those rights?; How do other countries deal with customary rights?; What did the New Zealand court of appeal say?; What did the Crown proposals say?; Does the legislation keep the Foreshore in Maori hands?; Does the legislation recognise existing Maori rights?; What is the point of the Ancestral connection?; What are these new customarty rights?; What are these new rights based on then?; Do these new rights give Maori foreshore title?; Do these new rights have legal protection?; The Governments foreshore and seabed policy breaches the Treaty in fundamental and serious ways.



Publisher: Unknown

Publication format: Pamphlet

Publication date: 2003

Publication place: Unknown

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: Filing Cabinet 2 – Foreshore and Seabed

Content type: Injustice, Kawanatanga, Legislation

Informal group: Māori

General related topics: Equity/justice/fairness

Historical period: 21st

Resources: Fisheries