The silent raupatu: an analysis of the Crowns policy proposals on Treaty claims involving Public Works acquisitions




Table of contents

An analysis of the Crowns policy proposals on Treaty clims involving public works aquisitions ; The Crown’s policy proposals on Treaty claims involving public works acquitions – office of the Minister in charge of Treaty negotiations. The Treaty settlement process and the Public Works ACT; Introduction; Defining the basis for settlement; What then should be the aim of a Treaty Settlement process?; On what does teh Crown basse its Public Works proposals? ; Part two- the development and release of the Crowns proposals on public works – the process of the policy; The proposals themselves – what are they? an analysis; On whom does the burden of proof lie? Who has to prove the legitimacy of the claim? ; Lack of Adequate consultation; Failure to offer back surplus land ; Action of Local Authorities and stautory bodies ; Offer back at current market value ; Fiscal envelope ; Conclusion.



Primary author: Jackson, Moana; Anaru, Taki

Author biography: Māori

Publisher: Nga Kaiwhakamarama i nga Ture = Wellington Maori Legal Service

Publication format: Speech

Publication date: 8 March 1996

Publication place: Wellington

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: ATOW-4

Content type: Recommendations, Report, Treaty generally

Sector: Education – Treaty

Informal group: Māori

General related topics: Equity/justice/fairness

Resources: Culture