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  1. Video for Māori should utilise the UNDRIP - Professor Mutu
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    Māori should utilise the UNDRIP- Professor Mutu

    The inaugural forum on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is being held in Auckland tonight, which is nearly 10 years since it was adopted. So what does it mean for New Zealand and what difference has it made?

  2. Video for Native Affairs – Legal Claim
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    Native Affairs – Legal Claim

    A Treaty of Waitangi Claim has been lodged against the New Zealand Justice System, seeking redress for bias and institutional racism. It's been promoted by a man once charged with manslaughter who was looking at a life sentence in prison.

  3. Video for Exclusive - Trust speaks out after Sir Ngatata Love guilty versdict
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    Exclusive- Trust speaks out after Sir Ngatata Love guilty versdict

    The Port Nicholson Settlement Trust will pursue recovering funds following the guilty verdict against Sir Ngatata Love.

  4. Video for Māori offer support to whānau of killed Aboriginal teenager
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    Māori offer support to whānau of killed Aboriginal teenager

    The Māori community in Kalgoorlie is banding together to provide assistance to the family of a 14-year old Aboriginal teenager whose death sparked violent protests in the city. It's been reported that the incident was racially motivated.

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    Luke Tipene killer sentenced to 5 years, 2 months

    Vincent Skeen has been sentenced to five years and two months in jail today for the manslaughter of Luke Tipene in November 2014.

  6. Video for Native Affairs – The Secret
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    Native Affairs – The Secret

    Parents, how would you feel if your daughter's school helped her have an abortion without your knowledge? It's lawful but is it right? The Kieft whānau says it's not! And, they tried to change the law after their daughter Ariana revealed her secret to them.

  7. Video for Abuse of Aborigines nothing new
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    Abuse of Aborigines nothing new

    An Aboriginal leader says the abuse of young boys in Australian custody is nothing new. Kyle Slabb from the Bunkulung tribe in the Gold Coast is one of the few who isn’t shocked by the disturbing footage released on the ABC network programme, Four Corners, this week.

  8. Video for Prisons are a place of crime not rehabilitation - Workman
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    Prisons are a place of crime not rehabilitation- Workman

    A Māori academic is calling for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into New Zealand's criminal justice system. Kim Workman made his recommendations at an urgent hearing of the Waitangi Tribunal discussing Māori incarceration rates.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Cycle of Change
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    Native Affairs- Cycle of Change

    A Gisborne grandmother who suffered from terrible child abuse that led to a life of crime says it's possible to change without specialist care. Patricia Walsh speaks honestly about her journey of change in the hope her story will inspire others.

  10. Video for Native Affairs – Face off
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    Native Affairs – Face off

    How could lines on a face stir up so much trouble? Patrick Salmon is proud of his new facial moko but it's caused a lot of controversy because many believe it is a woman’s traditional moko. But Tā moko artist Patrick Takoko who worked on Salmon’s face is upset with him and wants to complete it as it was supposed to be, a man’s moko.

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