Leading Treaty scholar Dr Claudia Orange chairs exciting and thought-provoking debates on the Treaty of Waitangi.
Professor Spoonley considers the reaction over the last 30–40 years to growing Māori activism, as seen through the lens of a key protagonist – Dr Walker – who will respond.
Professor Mason Durie considers the Treaty of Waitangi, how future relationships might evolve, and possible options for the country to move forward. Journalist and political commentator Colin James will respond.
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