7 Forces For Change That Made Waves In November

Nanaia Mahuta was appointed foreign minister in New Zealand on 6 November, becoming the first indigenous woman in the role, joining a cabinet that heads up what is becoming one of the most diverse parliaments in the world. Four years ago, the Māori leader also became the country’s first female member of parliament to wear a moko kauae, a traditional tattoo on her chin.

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