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There are some benefits to Maori in regards to the Rights of Indigenous People declaration Te Karere Maori News TVNZ 20 Apr 2010
Department of Economic and Social Affairs Indigenous Peoples
Māori settled in New Zealand from the eleventh century onwards. For over a century of European settlement Māori tended to remain in rural areas, but by the 2000s more than 80 per cent of Māori lived in urban areas.