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Title Date Description Media source Duration
Ideas for the Māori economy 10 April 2011 Associate Professor Manuka Henare discusses the origins of trade for Māori Business and Dr Chellie Spiller talks of the features of the current Māori Economy. Radio New Zealand National 52:13
Nine to noon radio 14 July 2010 Manuka Henare interviewed about the Ngā Puhi Treaty of Waitangi hearings and the linkage between He Wakaputanga o Nu Tireni (The Declaration of Independence) and Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treaty of Waitangi). Radio New Zealand National 18:43

Video footage


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Title Date Description Media source Duration
Winter Lectures:
Adam Smith and Māori: Māori economy meets settler economy
29 July 2014 This lecture by Associate Professor Manuka Henare debates the impact of Adam Smith's influence in early settler society in Nu Tireni-New Zealand and its clash with a dynamic tribally-focused economy in the early 19th century. For more about the series visit the University of Auckland website: 2014 Winter Lectures. University of Auckland 59:07
Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series: Professor Joseph Kalt 16 April 2013 Professor Joseph Kalt, co-director of the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development and faculty chair of Harvard’s Native American Programme, delivers a talk on American Indian self-government: The political economy of a policy that worked University of Auckland Business School 55:11
ANC Centenary Conference
"How New Zealand helped to abolish apartheid"
 
 
18 August 2012 Sessions 5, 6, 7, and 8: Tribute and presentation to families of deceased New Zealand anti-apartheid leaders; Māori to the Fore (with presentation by Manuka Henare); Winds of Change: the birth of the New Zealand anti-apartheid movement; Moving with "dynamic caution": Norman Kirk stops the 1973 tour. YouTube 2:56:25
He Ara Whakamua 24 July 2012 Dr Manuka Henare's keynote presentation at "He Ara Whakamua: Building Pathways Together to the Future" in New Plymouth. This speech reflects on a report based on research into Māori and Pacific poverty in New Zealand, with a particular focus on the Taranaki region. YouTube 48:10
He Ara Whakamua 30 May 2012 Dr Manuka Henare speaking at "He Ara Whakamua: Building Pathways Together to the Future". In particular, the study Māori and Pasifika Children, the Good Life Living in Poverty report from the University of Auckland Business School is discussed. YouTube 27:28
Aa Rau: Episode 25 15 January 2012 Series 1, Episode 25, exploring Māori identity through books. Features the book An Illustrated History of the Treaty of Waitangi by Claudia Orange and includes a review by Associate Professor Manuka Henare as well as an interview with Dame Claudia Orange. Māori Television 16:07
Balancing global and local development 14 November 2011 Associate Professor Manuka Henare speaks at the inaugural Inspiring Communities Provocative Breakfast conversation series
 
YouTube 8:59
Aa Rau: Episode 16 13 November 2011 Series 1, Episode 16, exploring Māori identity through books. Features the book Tuamaka: a challenge of difference in Aotearoa by Dame Joan Metge and includes a panel discussion with Associate Professor Manuka Henare. Māori Television 27:08
Ngāpuhi Waitangi Treaty Hearings: Wai 1040 Te Paparahi o te Raki Inquiry 17 June 2010 Te Runganga a iwi o Ngāpuhi overview of the June 2010 Te Paparahi o te Raki Inquiry at Te Tii Waitangi National Marae. Pierre Lyndon, Rima Edwards, Tepania Kingi, Pereme Porter are interviewed. YouTube 3:33
Ngāpuhi Waitangi Treaty Hearings: Wai 1040 Te Paparahi o te Raki Inquiry 15 June 2010 Te Runganga a iwi o Ngāpuhi overview of the June 2010 Te Paparahi o te Raki Inquiry at Te Tii Waitangi National Marae.  Dr Mānuka Hēnare presents evidence along with Hone Sadler. YouTube 5:54
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