Ethics, Kawa, and the Constitution: Transformation of the System of Ethical Review in Aotearoa New Zealand
Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics : CQ : the international journal of healthcare ethics committees 2011 Jul; 20(3): 367-79
New Zealand is a South Pacific nation with a history of British colonization since the 19th century. It has a population of over four million people and, like other indigenous societies such as in Australia and Canada, Maori are now a minority in their land, and their experience of colonization is that of being dominated by settlers to the detriment of their own systems of society.
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