The links on this page are restricted to sites that either promote Moriori culture, heritage, language and values, or, that promote the tikanga and customs of Moriori.
You may also find other sites that are relevant to Rekohu in general, and still consistent with Moriori philosophy.
Education resource links about Moriori
These links are not conclusive and will continually be added to. education-resources will not link to any sites that continue to perpetrate the myths about Moriori that have caused so much pain over the last 170 years.
This is an amazing visual representation of Rekohu, with some great history and photographs of Moriori. Highly recommended.. ««««« (Requires Flash Player)
The Moriori People, Genesis, Devastation, Fading
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Joey Ashton: Son of Kiti Riwai
WAI 262: Safeguarding intellectual and cultural rights Intellectual Property rights and indigenous peoples
There are a range of articles regarding Moriori in this database. This link refers to hokopapa.
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