CDANZ webinar series: Treaty Basics - Shared screen with speaker view
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Thanks Sam. Richard will be fine but requires some healing time.
hi all, I am Vaidehi and with me are Navazesh and Garima, we are listening as a group
Hi Christine - I want to know more
You need to press 'panelists and attendees' for everyone to see...
Vaidehi-Maori people, Navazesh-Partnership, Garima- Partnership
Kia ora tatau, Ko Denise Raymond ahau, respect
Awesome Denise :)
Kia Ora, Intended for Unity
Waitangi: holy ground
Hello, This is Pratishtha from Hamilton and want to learn th Implications of the Treaty for Migrants :-)
yes thank you :)
a written agreement
between the indigenous people and another party
Can put in chat, Lauren
A written contract, between the collective Iwi and the Crown
A written article between two parties
Let's use the chat function instead
A written agreement between two or more parties
You jumped ahead, Denise ;-)
Yes, clear. Thank you
Given the articles within the treaty have a cultural element, how does this tie in with the treaty not being a cultural document
Is the treaty between hapu or iwi
Maybe back then there was only hapu?
Iwi may have developed later once the hapu split, and subsequently between iwi
Can you please put up article 3 and 4 on the powerpoint
Yes, thanks Lauren and Paula. Four articles is my understanding of Te Tiriti also.
Thanks we will send you details of all four articles with the webinar recording
Sounds a bit like Chris Hipkins thinking TEC is actually developing a Career System Startegy that takes care of the career development of all NZers ;-)
If you feel like it, Lauren, you can let her know we're quiet cos we're sponging up all the wonderful info she's giving us :-). Loving it!
Is it correct that much of this dispossession happened through rating Maori off their land, natural migration which meant Maori were away and so 'technically' land was not tenanted, wars, illness and illegal fencing...?
no, no groceries!!
Nelson Red Cross rivited x3 attendees
Huge intake of breath x 3
I'm still "assimilating" the slide re: Integration and Assimilation - when you say assimilation was the notion that everyone should be like the dominant group and you used the example that therefore Maori should adopt European culture...but...wasn't Maori the dominant people back then? When did the turn around happen that Maori should adopt the European culture? (Lauren - this can be answered later...)
Okay....thank you. (-:
Crikey the Victorians were so arrogant!For future sessions, I would like some information on the early landgrab. Yes, dominant groups can definitely still be treated as minorities: look at women in NZ (51%) or appartied in SA.
Would love to see a graph of actual populations over time.
Thank you!! That was fantastic!
Thank you very much, Christine :-)
Thank you :)
Thank you Christine. Articulated really well.
This is fantastic Christine
Thank you - great!
Thank you Christine
Thank you so much, really looking forward to next week
Thanks, see you next week!
Thanks, Lauren. Nga mihi