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The future of Tokelau

Judith Huntsman

The future of Tokelau

decolonising agendas, 1975-2006

by Judith Huntsman

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Published by Auckland University Press in Auckland, NZ .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL22759350M
ISBN 109781869403980

After sixty years as a British protectorate and then a colony ruled with "benign neglect," in Tokelau became "a part of New Zealand" and its people became New Zealand citizens. Most people want to retain that status, which combines considerable local political autonomy with substantial external support. The geographic future of Tokelau depends on the height of sea level. No significant land is more than two metres ( feet) above high water of ordinary tides. This means Tokelau is particularly vulnerable to any possible sea level rises. Geography.

Food Tank published an article on the e-book, COVID and global food book provides a comprehensive overview of the impacts of COVID on the food system and policy responses. It covers how the pandemic affects global poverty, food security, gender, and employment. Homesickness and uncertainty show on the faces of Tokelauans returning to the islands. Although Tokelau is counted as part of New Zealand, living conditions in this last Pacific dependency lag far behind those in the rest of the country, and the islanders are faced with the dilemma of whether to become independent. But in this lonely tropical outpost [ ].

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The Future of Tokelau by Judith Huntsman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. "The Future of Tokelau - the sequel to Tokelau: A Historical Ethnography () by Judith Hunisman and Antony Hooper - follows the history of this small Pacific nation from the s up to the referendum in which the Tokelauans voted to remain a dependency of New Zealand rather than become self-governing in free association with New Zealand.

About the Book; The Future of Tokelau—the sequel to Tokelau: A Historical Ethnography by Judith Huntsman and Anthony Hooper—follows the history of this small Pacific nation from the s to the referendum in which the Tokelauans voted to remain a dependency of New Zealand rather than become self-governing in free association with New Zealand.

The future of Tokelau by Judith Huntsman; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Politics and government, Economic conditions, History; Places: Tokelau. Available in Ebook. The Future of Tokelau is a sequel to Judith Huntsman and Antony Hooper’s Tokelau: A Historical Ethnography (), and follows the history of that small Pacific nation from the s up to the recent referendum in which Tokelauans decisively voted against independence.

This is an extraordinary story – a dramatic narrative – sometimes taking place under the palm trees. Tokelau (/ ˈ t oʊ k ə l aʊ /; previously known as the Union Islands, and officially as Tokelau Islands until ; lit.

"north-northeast") is a dependent territory of New Zealand in the southern Pacific Ocean. It consists of three tropical coral atolls (Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo), with a combined land area of 10 km 2 (4 sq mi).

The capital rotates yearly among the three atolls. a yellow stylized Tokelauan canoe on a dark blue field sails toward the manu - the Southern Cross constellation of four, white, five-pointed stars at the hoist side; the Southern Cross represents the role of Christianity in Tokelauan culture and, in conjunction with the canoe, symbolizes the country navigating into the future; the color yellow indicates happiness and peace, and the blue field.

The Future of Tokelau: Decolonizing Agendas – (review) The Future of Tokelau: Decolonizing Agendas – (review) Hoëm, Ingjerd. the contemporary pacific () contrary. While the book cannot, however, be said to romanticize tradition against the workings of modernity, the authors seem to view nationhood as inherently contrary to the Tokelau.

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Matagi Tokelau recounts the unraveling of the warrior chiefs, the arrival of the first missionaries and slave ships, all the way up to the second great migrations to Aotearoa, where many of Tokelau's younger generation now call home.5/5(3).

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But not everyone in the open-source community believes that the successor of the LAMP stack is pro. In Februarythe people of Tokelau will decide on their future political status, voting in a referendum on free association with New Zealand.

The Pacific atoll nation, located kilometres to the north of Samoa, has a population of 1, people. Figures of the Future. Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz. Hardcover ISBN: $/£ Shipping to. This book is intended to assist the General Fono in its lawmaking as Tokelau continues to develop self-government.

The last consolidation of was of The laws contained in this consolidation are the nucleus of the legal system of a self-governing Tokelau.

Tokelau's small size (three villages), isolation, and lack of resources greatly restrain economic development and confine agriculture to the subsistence level.

The people continually rely heavily on aid from New Zealand. Quick Facts and Figures. Official Name: Tokelau (a New Zealand dependent territory, claimed ) Capital City: none. Tokelau has the smallest GDP of any country or territory in the world. With revenues of less than $, (app.

€,) and expenditures of about $ (€ million), Tokelau. PROGRESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. is raising funds for "Naruto" eOneBook - High resolution book-like manga reader on Kickstarter! Combines all 72 volumes of the world's best-loved Ninja manga “Naruto" into one innovative, dual screen digital reader.

Our Fairness Donors will receive: (1) A thank you letter (2) The cover art, (3) A signed copy of A Matter of Right: The Future of Justice, (4) Admission to a group Zoom conversation with Travis Johnson and several special guests about the future of policing on Monday, Aug The future of Tokelau as a league nation is limited by its small population although like the comparable Cook Islands, a large community of people with Tokelau heritage live in New Zealand.

In the Tokelau national team was a late entrant into the Pacific Cup competition.