Treaty Debates Series 2013 – My Voice Counts 

Glass replica of the Treaty of Waitangi, on display in Signs of a Nation
Glass replica of the Treaty of Waitangi, on display in Signs of a Nation

This year, we focus on the place of the Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand’s constitutional arrangements. Participants include two prominent lawyers and a panel of young people.

This year’s Treaty Debates focus on the Treaty of Waitangi and its role in the constitutional review taking place in 2013.

Constitutional Advisory Panel – read the report online

Finding a Place for the Treaty

Lawyers Matthew Palmer and Moana Jackson discuss the topic: What place does the Treaty have in New Zealand's constitutional arrangements?

The Constitutional Review

Kim Hill chairs a panel of young people who answer the question: What issues in the constitutional review do you care about?

Treaty Debates 2013 – listen online

The debates are organised by Te Papa in partnership with the NZ Centre for Public Law at Victoria University of Wellington.

 

NZ Centre for Public Law