WE THE PEOPLE(S)

Engagement and Participation in Government


Recorded in the Legislative Council Chamber, Parliament Buildings, Wellington, on Thursday 11 February 2010.
Speaker
Welcome and Mihi
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Hon Simon Power,
 Minister of Justice
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Opening Address
Hon Sir Anand Satyanand,
 Governor-General of New Zealand
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Professor ATH (Tony) Smith,
Victoria University of Wellington
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Hon Simon Power,
 Minister of Justice
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Professor Karen Knop,
 University of Toronto
“The Informal State in International Law: the United States, Gender
and Unilateralism”
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Dr Matthew Palmer,
Crown Law Office
“Open the Doors and Where are the People?”
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Richard Ekins,
University of Auckland
“The Value of Representative Democracy”
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Non-State Actor Participation in International Law
Professor Harold H Koh,
 Yale University/US State Department
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Amokura Kawharu,
University of Auckland
“Addressing a Legitimacy Deficit? The Role of Non-Party Participation in
Investment Arbitration”
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Claire Charters,
Victoria University of Wellington
“A Self-Determination Approach to Justifying Indigenous Peoples’
Participation in International Law and Policy Making”
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Hon Professor Margaret Wilson,
 Waikato University
“The Disconcerting Reality of Constitutional Theory Informed by Practice”
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Commentator
Professor Jonathan Boston,
Victoria University of Wellington
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We The People(s)
Professor Jeremy Waldron,
New York University
“People Participating as Peoples: Interests, Ideas and Identity”
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Conference Rapporteur
5.30 pm Sir Geoffrey Palmer,
Law Commission
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