Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Mãori, the indigenous people of Aotearoa, represent 17%1 of the 4.3 million population. Mãori cultural identity is strong despite the fact that most Mãori live in urban centres. The gap between Mãori and non-Mãori is pervasive: Mãori life expectancy is almost 10 years less than non-Mãori; household income is 72% of the national average; half of Mãori males leave secondary school with no qualifications and 50% of the prison population is Mãori. There are two versions of the Treaty of...[Show more]
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