The Vaughan Park Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture 2012

The inaugural lecture was delivered by

Professor Sir Mason Durie

“Constitutional change in New Zealand: 2020 and Beyond”

This lecture examines the constitutional position of New Zealand, the role of the Treaty, and the implications for Māori Development. While historical issues will be used to provide context and background, the lecture casts its gaze towards the future and what constitutional changes might be anticipated in the coming decades


Monday 16 July 2012


Thomas Vaughan Meeting Room

Vaughan Park Anglican Retreat & Conference Centre.


An indication of interest to attend would be appreciated.
You may use the booking form below or phone Marion Nickerson 09 473 2600




On the night,
prior to Professor Sir Mason Durie
delivering the lecture,
a kowhai tree was planted
and bronze plaque blessed to mark the occasion
which fell toward the end of Mātāriki.
Vaughan Park has been pleased
to begin this free public
annual lecture series
in association with Massey University.