Published by Huia Publishers. The people in this love story, what they did and where they lived have a special place in the folklore of Te Arawa whose ancestral lands surround Lake Rotorua. To this day the descendants of Hinemoa and Tutanekai live and work among their kin of Te Arawa. Soft cover, 32 pages, published in Also available as Hinemoa raua ko Tutanekai, A: He korerohanga ano o tetahi o nga pakiwaitara rongonui o Te Arawa.
Wartime sexual violence
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Share Shares Our typical image of a pirate is of one that sailed the Caribbean and ran afoul of the governments there, mostly between the 17th and 18th centuries. On the other side of the world, however, there was some epic—and often overlooked—pirating going on as well. According to Lilius, he won the trust of the notorious female pirate and became one of the only Westerners ever to sail with her and her crew. He described meeting her after hearing some often-told stories about her. She was depicted as the Robin Hood of the South China Sea, known for stealing from the rich and giving to the poor. He even doubted that she was real at first, before he met her.
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Although the epidemic is in decline, prevalence remain high among key affected groups. Thailand hopes to be one of the first countries to end AIDS by However, to achieve this significantly more young people and key affected populations need to be reached. Those most affected are men who have sex with men, sex workers, transgender people and people who inject drugs. Spouses of these populations, migrants and prisoners are also more vulnerable to HIV than others.
Introduction The goal of Indian education from the s through the s was to assimilate Indian people into the melting pot of America by placing them in institutions where traditional ways could be replaced by those sanctioned by the government. Federal Indian policy called for the removal of children from their families and in many cases enrollment in a government run boarding school. In this way, the policy makers believed, young people would be immersed in the values and practical knowledge of the dominant American society while also being kept away from any influences imparted by their traditionally-minded relatives.