Table of Contents

Sir Graham Latimer, Chairman, New Zealand Maori Council

Indigenous Peoples & Justice – A Foreword 
Edward Te Kohu Douglas 

The Agenda for Change & its Impact on Maori Over-Representation in the Justice System 
The Hon.. Georgina Te Heuheu, Ngati Tuwharetoa, Minster for Courts

The New Way: Ten Years On 
John Pratt, Reader, Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington

Legal Pluralism: Reflections On The Role Of Law In Providing Justice 
For Indigenous Peoples – A Canadian Context

Professor Paul L.A.H. Chartrand, Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, Canada

The Heitia Case 
Judge James L. Rota, District Court, Hamilton

Marae Based Justice 
The Hon. Tau Henare, MP for Te Tai Tokerau, Minister of Maori Affairs
Associate Minister of Education, Associate Minister of Corrections

Marae Based Justice 
The Hon. Phil Goff, Parliamentary Labour Party Spokes-person on Justice

Judicial Functions On Marae 
Colin Keating, Secretary for Justice

Imprisonment: Punishment, Rehabilitation & Community Safety- A Balancing Act Between Individual Rights Against Community Rights to Safety: What Do Our Prisons Offer?
June Jackson, Ngati Maniapoto, Member, National Parole Board

Indigenous Peoples and Justice 
The Hon. Roger Sowry, Minister of Social Welfare, Work & Income

The Third Millennium - Restorative Justice or More Crime and Prisons? 
Fr. Jim Consedine, National Coordinator, Restorative Justice Network, Prison 

Developing Models To Strengthen Cultural Perspectives In Order To Reduce Recidivism 
Leon Bakker and Kristen Maynard, Department of Corrections, New Zealand

Bridging The Cultural Divide: A Report On Aboriginal People And Criminal Justice In Canada, Royal Commission On Aboriginal Peoples 1995
Professor Paul L.A.H. Chartrand,, Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples

Restorative Justice and the Court of Appeal’s Consideration in the Clotworthy Case 
Helen Bowen, Barrister & Co-Author: Terri Thompson

Home Detention As An Alternative To Imprisonment And Its Extension Onto The Marae
Rawiri Rangitauira, Chairman Te Runanganui o Te Arawa

Imprisonment, Trapped Lifestyles, And Strategies For Freedom 
Mason Durie, School of Maori Studies, Massey University