Preface.

Rt. Reverend Bishop Manuhuia Bennett

Foreword Indigenous Governance & Accountability in Context.

Mark Robertson Shaw , Executive Trustee, The F.I.R.S.T. Foundation

Indigenous Governance: The Agenda For Change.

The Hon. Tau Henare, Minister of Maori Affairs

 Indigenous Governance & Accountability.

Donna Hall, Principal, Woodward Law

Transparency, Accountability and Doing The Job.

Joern Lars Berglund Nielson, Consultant, Greenland Homerule Government

Checks And Balances Are They Needed.

Mick Dodson, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner

Who Should Vote And What Should Their Vote Be Worth.

Annette Sykes, Barrister & Solicitor, Rangitauira & Co

Manu Paul, Executive Chairman, New Zealand Maori Council

Balancing Hapu And Iwi Interests.

Angeline Greensill, Lecturer in Geography, University of Waikato

Change Or Be Dammed Leadership, Culture & Change: Implications For The Maori Organisation Of The Future.

Shane Gibbons, Te Arawa Trust Board

A Taranaki Perspective.

Peter Moeahu, former Deputy Chairman, Parininihi Ki Waitotara Incorporation

Balancing Commercial, Social and Cultural Objectives.

Ihakara Puketapu, Chairman, Te Atiawa Runanga

Different Accountabilities For Different Needs.

Ella Henry, Lecturer in Management & Employment Relations University of Auckland   

Change or Be Damned

Sam Napia, Chief Executive Officer, Hauraki Maori Trust Board

What Do We Need Policeman, Judge Or Jury?

Pauline Kingi, Regional Director, Te Puni Kokiri

The Hon. Georgina Te Heuheu, Minister for Courts.

Nanaia Mahuta, M.P. Labour

Atiwhai Tibble, Mauri Pacific

Sandra Lee, M.P. Alliance & Leader, Mana Motuhake

Separating The Powers Of Maori Governance Political, Judicial and Executive.

Moana Jackson, Kaihautu, Maori Legal Services, Nga Kaiwhakamarama I Te Ture