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Article: Human rights in New Zealand
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'''Human rights in New Zealand''' are addressed in the various documents which make up the [[Constitution of New Zealand|constitution]]. Specifically, the two main laws which protect human rights are the [[New Zealand Human Rights Act 1993]] and the [[New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990]].<ref name="HRC about">{{cite web|title=What are human rights?|url=http://www.hrc.co.nz/human-rights-environment/what-are-human-rights/|publisher=The Human Rights Commission|accessdate=11 August 2011}}</ref> In addition, New Zealand has also ratified numerous international [[United Nations]] treaties. The 2009 Human Rights Report by the [[United States Department of State]] noted that the government generally respected the rights of individuals, but voiced concerns regarding the social status of the [[Māori people|Indigenous population]].<ref name="2009 Human Rights Report">[http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2009/eap/136003.htm 2009 U.S Dept of State Human Rights Report: New Zealand]</ref>
 
'''Human rights in New Zealand''' are addressed in the various documents which make up the [[Constitution of New Zealand|constitution]]. Specifically, the two main laws which protect human rights are the [[New Zealand Human Rights Act 1993]] and the [[New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990]].<ref name="HRC about">{{cite web|title=What are human rights?|url=http://www.hrc.co.nz/human-rights-environment/what-are-human-rights/|publisher=The Human Rights Commission|accessdate=11 August 2011}}</ref> In addition, New Zealand has also ratified numerous international [[United Nations]] treaties. The 2009 Human Rights Report by the [[United States Department of State]] noted that the government generally respected the rights of individuals, but voiced concerns regarding the social status of the [[Māori people|Indigenous population]].<ref name="2009 Human Rights Report">[http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2009/eap/136003.htm 2009 U.S Dept of State Human Rights Report: New Zealand]</ref>
   
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==History==
 
 
Universal suffrage for [[Māori people|Māori]] men over 21 was granted in 1867, and extended to European males in 1879.<ref name="Māori and the Vote">{{cite web|title=Māori and the Vote|url=http://www.elections.org.nz/study/education-centre/history/maori-vote.html|publisher=Elections.org.nz|accessdate=10 August 2011}}</ref> In 1893, New Zealand was the first self-governing nation to grant [[universal suffrage]];<ref name="Byrnes, A, Connors, JF & L Bik 1997 192">{{cite book|last=Byrnes, A, Connors, JF & L Bik|title=Advancing the Human Rights of Women: Using International Human Rights Standards in Domestic Litigation|year=1997|publisher=Commonwealth Secretariat|isbn=<!--0-85092-515-0, -->9780850925159|pages=192}}</ref> however, women were not eligible to stand for parliament until 1919.
 
Universal suffrage for [[Māori people|Māori]] men over 21 was granted in 1867, and extended to European males in 1879.<ref name="Māori and the Vote">{{cite web|title=Māori and the Vote|url=http://www.elections.org.nz/study/education-centre/history/maori-vote.html|publisher=Elections.org.nz|accessdate=10 August 2011}}</ref> In 1893, New Zealand was the first self-governing nation to grant [[universal suffrage]];<ref name="Byrnes, A, Connors, JF & L Bik 1997 192">{{cite book|last=Byrnes, A, Connors, JF & L Bik|title=Advancing the Human Rights of Women: Using International Human Rights Standards in Domestic Litigation|year=1997|publisher=Commonwealth Secretariat|isbn=<!--0-85092-515-0, -->9780850925159|pages=192}}</ref> however, women were not eligible to stand for parliament until 1919.
   
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