The Politics of Indigeneity by Augie Fleras, Roger Maaka
The Politics of Indigeneity by Augie Fleras, Roger Maaka

The Politics of Indigeneity

Challenging the State in Canada And Aotearoa New Zealand
by Augie Fleras, Roger Maaka
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Indigenous peoples are increasingly uniting around a commonality of concerns, needs and ambitions. In both New Zealand and Canada, these politics challenge the colonial structures that social and political systems are built upon. Both countries have accomplished much in their management of indigenous issues. New Zealand has begun to right historical wrongs through treaty settlements and to implement bicultural strategies. Canada is experimenting with self-government for aboriginal peoples. Yet there are still many issues to be addresses, with recent statistics showing indigenous peoples in bother these countries struggling to balance functioning in everyday life with preserving their cultures. This book casts light on the constitutional politics in both countries that are redefining the relationship of indigenous peoples to the state. A unique and timely discussion.
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Publication Date

Aug 1, 2005

Format

Paperback

Number of Pages

350

ISBN

1877276537

ISBN-13

9781877276538