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'Globalisation And Maori'

You Are Welcome To The Screening Of 'Globalisation And Maori'

Where - Victoria University Campus, Memorial Theatre Forum When - Screening at 6pm this Wednesday the 8th of September 1999

What- this documentary explores the Globalisation phenomenon and the influence on it's indigenous peoples the Maori from Aotearoa / New Zealand in the South Pacific. This piece of work is timely given current

global trends and issues facing all peoples.

Produced by Tauni Sinclair

The globalisation theme covers 5 areas;
1) an introduction to Maori people and their society in New Zealand
2) an analysis of the global free market, what is it? who influences and controls it?
3) what are the economic, social, political, cultural and environmental implications?
4) are there opportunities and benefits for Maori?
5) what is the future for Maori and others?

The following interviewee's contributed to this documentary.

Edward Goldsmith; Moana Jackson; Jane Kelsey; Aroha Meade; Sir Tipene O'Regan; Moana Sinclair; Sharon Venne; Huirangi Whaikerepuru;

Contact for screening arrangements - Alistair Shaw - phone (04) 473 8566.

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