This page contains links regarding multicultural rights and multiculturalism in New Zealand.
The Guardian: British values, multiculturalism and Magna Carta
This piece from the Guardian is a collection of responses to UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s plan to teach ‘British values’ to school children involving a curriculum that instructs students on the Magna Carta. You can read it here and you can also read a piece on Cameron’s plan here.
Te Ara Encyclopaedia of New Zealand: The New Zealanders: Multicultural New Zealand
Te Ara Encyclopaedia of New Zealand: Biculturalism: Continuing Debates
This entry poses the question is NZ multicultural or bicultural and seeks to reconcile both. You can read it here.
University of Waikato: The Rule of Law, Multiculturalism, and Multiculturalism
This 8 page transcript of a speech given at the ALTA conference in 2005 by Justice Durie argues that a framework of individual rights is inadequate to deal with the legal issues behind the management of cultural difference. You can read it here.
Multiculturalism and Minority Rights: West and East
This 27 page journal article by Will Kymlicka asks are Western models of multiculturalism and minority rights relevant for the post-Communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe? You can read it here.