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  1. Video for Mobilising Māori through the rangatahi movement
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    Mobilising Māori through the rangatahi movement

    The twelve youth leaders chosen by the Moko Foundation to attend the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York have returned to NZ. 

  2. Video for Dr Lance O'Sullivan takes 12 rangatahi on trip of a lifetime
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    Dr Lance O'Sullivan takes 12 rangatahi on trip of a lifetime

    Twelve rangatahi Māori from across the country have accompanied Dr Lance O'Sullivan and the Moko Foundation to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York.

  3. Video for Housing Minister supports UN call for housing strategy
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    Housing Minister supports UN call for housing strategy

    Housing Minister Phil Twyford is supporting the United Nations' call for the government to create a national housing strategy to increase the availability of quality affordable housing to low income, Māori and Pasifika families.

  4. Video for Human Rights Commission backs UN report for Treaty rights
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    Human Rights Commission backs UN report for Treaty rights

    The Human Rights Commission is backing a report by the United Nations committee and their concerns that recommendations by the Waitangi Tribunal are not legally binding. 

  5. Video for Waikato mega-prison proposal to face United Nations Indigenous Forum
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    Waikato mega-prison proposal to face United Nations Indigenous Forum

    The mega prison set to be built in Waikato has spurred 10 young Māori from Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute to present at the United Nations Indigenous Forum in April saying the proposed building will be built on Māori land that was confiscated under the Public Works Act.

  6. Video for Moko Foundation youth to look at indigenous practices to benefit Māori
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    Moko Foundation youth to look at indigenous practices to benefit Māori

    Twelve youth have been chosen to accompany Dr. Lance O'Sullivan to the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York next month. Hundreds of entries were received. Te Kāea caught up with two of the lucky recipients.

  7. Video for Win a trip to New York with Dr Lance O'Sullivan
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    Win a trip to New York with Dr Lance O'Sullivan

     Dr Lance O'Sullivan is looking for two people under 25 to join him on a trip to New York to attend a United Nations indigenous forum.

  8. Video for Deputy Head Boy to attend UN Global Development Tour
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    Deputy Head Boy to attend UN Global Development Tour

    Te Ruki Pierce-Dunn is one of two future Māori leaders to be selected as a UN Youth International Delegate. He says the key to Māori success is having strong support systems at home and at school.

  9. Video for Pierce-Dunn selected to represent NZ in Global Development Tour
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    Pierce-Dunn selected to represent NZ in Global Development Tour

    Te Ruki Pierce-Dunn is one of 22 students selected to represent New Zealand in the Global Development Tour as a United Nations Youth International Delegate.

  10. Video for Dame Nganeko Minhinnick's kaitiaki legacy lives on
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    Dame Nganeko Minhinnick's kaitiaki legacy lives on

    Hundreds gathered at Waiuku's Tahuna Marae, south of Auckland, for the burial service of environmental champion Dame Nganeko Minhinnick. The trail blazer in environmental legislation reform was laid to rest in her ancestral marae cemetery, beside the waters she advocated for, the Manukau Harbour.

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