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Te Pou Matakana Maori “transitioning to a fair share”.

This presentation was given by John Tamihere to the  Iwi Leaders at Waitangi February 2015. The presentation entitled Transitioning to a Fair Share” sets out  Te Pou Matakana – Commissioning Agency view on how Maori can move into an equitable future.


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