How did the nation of New Zealand develop? How can we shape its development in the future?

Nation Dates presents a timeline of significant events that have shaped New Zealand as a nation. Historical ‘threads’ link related events and illustrate patterns that have formed over time. More than just a record of the past, Nation Dates provides invaluable context for the future at a time when our society is facing major questions about the way forward.

We are privileged to have the endorsement of the following exceptional authors:

Professor Sir Mason Durie, Professor of Māori Research and Development & Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Māori & Pasifika) at Massey University and author of Ngā Kāhui Pou: Launching Māori futures (2003).

Dame Claudia Orange, Director of Collections & Research Group and author of The Treaty of Waitangi (1987).

Professor Philip Joseph, Professor of Law at Canterbury University and author Constitutional and Administrative Law in New Zealand (2007).

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