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Major resource on Tribunal publications, research

Waitangi Tribunal
Wednesday 2 August

Major new resource about Waitangi Tribunal publications and research

The Waitangi Tribunal today released its new publication the Waitangi Tribunal Bibliography, 1975-2005: Tribunal reports, research reports, and other publications. The publication marks thirty years of Waitangi Tribunal inquiries into contemporary and historical Treaty claims. It documents all of the Tribunal's finding reports and lists all of the research, educational, corporate, and instructional publications the Tribunal has released during that period.

The Bibliography provides access for the public to better understand the Tribunal’s work and will be a major resource for people working in the field of Treaty research and jurisprudence, and for students of New Zealand history and society.

Researchers have completed 1200 research reports for Tribunal inquiries, on a wide range of historical and contemporary subjects, and the Bibliography makes a comprehensive list of these available for the first time. The Bibliography lists these reports by author, locality, and by subject.

The Waitangi Tribunal Bibliography, 1975-2005 is available at RRP $29.95 directly from the Waitangi Tribunal. For more information or to make an order contact the Waitangi Tribunal on telephone: (04) 914 3000, fax: (04) 914 3001 or PO Box 5022 Wellington.


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