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TITLE: Whose rights are right? : [videorecording] Maori customary fishing rights.
ADDED TITLE: Maori customary fishing rights.
PUBLISHED: New Zealand : Te Ohu Kai Moana, (?)
DESCRIPTION: 1 video cassette (53 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/ 2in.
NOTES: Original copy.
NOTES: See MITC VC 1358.
NOTES: Maori customary fishing rights are a set of rights which are often misunderstood by wider society. This programme provides a brief overview of the nature and extent of Maori customary fishing rights from pre-colonial to contemporary times. It examines how these rights were held in the past and the methods by which they are exercised today. Kuia, Kaumatua, Kaitiaki and customary harvesters from Taitokerau, Mohaka, Waikato, Te Waipounamu, Wairarapa and Te Matau a Maui talk about their rights and obligations in relation to managing their fisheries and habits.
NOTES: English.
ADDED ENTRY: Cardno production rotorua.

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