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Information on biculturalism in education, from the Ministry of Education.
An exploration of biculturalism and New Zealand’s Christian churches, from the Ecumenical Coalition for Justice Aotearoa New Zealand.
This page on Te Papa’s website explains the bicultural nature of the museum’s marae.
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Fleras, Augie, and Paul Spoonley. Recalling Aotearoa: indigenous politics and ethnic relations in New Zealand. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1999.
Mulgan, Richard. Maori, pakeha and democracy. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1989.
O’Sullivan, Dominic. Beyond biculturalism: the politics of an indigenous minority. Wellington: Huia, 2007.
Ritchie, James. Becoming bicultural. Wellington: Huia; Daphne Brasell Associates, 1992.
Sharp, Andrew. Justice and the Māori: the philosophy and practice of Māori claims in New Zealand since the 1970s. 2nd ed. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1997.
Smits, Katherine. ‘The politics of biculturalism.’ In New Zealand government & politics, edited by Raymond Miller. 5th ed. South Melbourne; Auckland: Oxford University Press, 2010: 66–76.