Preparing Claimant Evidence
Preparing Claimant Evidence for the Waitangi Tribunal, by Dr Grant Phillipson, was written in response to claimant requests and is designed to assist claimants in preparing their claims for a Tribunal inquiry. It provides a step-by-step guide for preparing claimant evidence, describes the types of information that the Tribunal needs, and outlines a process to follow when identifying the issues that have to be covered and providing evidence about those issues.is available as booklet from the Tribunal (PO Box 5022, Wellington; phone 04 914 3000; fax 04 914 3001).
The Claims Process
The Claims Process for the Waitangi Tribunal: Information for Claimants, by Geoffrey Melvin, provides claimants and potential claimants with general information about making a claim to the Waitangi Tribunal. Its aim is to help claimants, as well as members of claimant groups, to be more informed and effective participants in the claims process.is available as booklet from the Tribunal (PO Box 5022, Wellington; phone 04 914 3000; fax 04 914 3001).
The Impact of the Treaty of Waitangi
The Impact of the Treaty of Waitangi on Government Agencies was produced by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries in 1990 and examines the implications that developments in Treaty issues and the Government's approach to Māori policy have for Government agencies in the way in which they carry out their work. It can be ordered for $10.17(plus postage) from Legislation Direct Phone: 04 568 0005
Fax: 04 568 0003
Quote item code 6600.
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