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NZ is bound by international mental health agreements – statistics for Māori show we’re failing to uphold them

By Claire Breen, Professor of Law, University of Waikato
Robert Joseph, Associate Professor of Law, University of Waikato
Thilini Karunaratne, PhD candidate/ Lawyer, University of Waikato
There is no express right to health in New Zealand law. But international agreements protecting Indigenous rights to health and wellbeing set the standard New Zealand should follow.The Conversation

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