ASAA/NZ’s Principles of Professional Responsibility and Ethical Conduct begins with a Preamble affirming our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, Aotearoa New Zealand’s founding document. As far as we know, our anthropological association is unique in beginning its code of ethics with such a commitment. ASAA/NZ Ethics Committee Chair Dr Jeff Sluka relates the story of how the Preamble was added to the ASAA/NZ Principles of Professional Responsibility and Ethical Conduct.
Vaughan Park and Massey University are pleased to invite you to this free public lecture, to be held on 9 August 2017 at Massey University's Albany Campus. Judge Sarah Reeves and Puna Wano-Bryant will speak on the topic, 'Restoration, Redress, Reconciliation: A reflection on Parihaka and resolution of Māori-Crown grievances in the settlement era.'