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Te Aka Matua o te Ture

Report 53


The Experiences of Mäori Women

Te Tikanga o te Ture

Te Mätauranga o ngä Wähine Mäori e pa ana ki tënei

Me aro ki te ha o Hineahuone

“Pay heed to the dignity and essence of women”

April 1999

Wellington, New Zealand

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The Law Commission is an independent, publicly funded, central advisory body established by statute to undertake the systematic review, reform and development of the law of New Zealand. Its purpose is to help achieve law that is just, principled, and accessible, and that reflects the heritage and aspirations of the peoples of New Zealand.

The Commissioners are:

The Honourable Justice Baragwanath – President
Joanne Morris obe
Judge Margaret Lee
DF Dugdale
Denese Henare onzm
Timothy Brewer ed

The office of the Law Commission is at 89 The Terrace, Wellington
Postal address: PO Box 2590, Wellington 6001, New Zealand
Document Exchange Number: sp 23534
Telephone: (04) 473–3453, Facsimile: (04) 471–0959

Report/Law Commission, Wellington, 1999
issn 0113–2334 isbn 1–877187–30–5
This report may be cited as: nzlc r53
Also published as Parliamentary Paper E 31AN

1 April 1999

Dear Minister

In September 1995 your predecessor the Rt Hon Sir Douglas Graham referred terms for consideration on Mäori Women’s Access to Justice : He Putanga mö ngä Wähine ki te Tika.

I am pleased to submit to you Report 53 of the Law Commission, Justice: The Experiences of Mäori Women : Te Tikanga o te Ture: Te Mätauranga o ngä Wähine Mäori e pa ana ki tënei.

Yours sincerely

The Hon Justice Baragwanath

The Hon Tony Ryall
Minister of Justice
Parliament Buildings

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