New Zealand (social conditions and values (education (private Schools…
social conditions and values
private Schools in the citys like Norway.
free education between tha age 5-19.
more than 100 private primary or secondary Schools, mosr run by the catholic Church or other religious grops.
there are eight universities. studenst pay partial tuition feels but they can borrow the mony from the goverment. the Goverment also subsidizes the cost and the Money the universities can want from the studenst are Limited.
the New Zealand defence force( the military) is vouluntary, but the individuals must ble 17. the country maintain a small military forceand a small naval fleet.
has one of the oldest social Security system in the world. old-age pensions from the goverment came in 1898. in 1938 NZ introduced their wealfeare system witch included free hosbital, phermaceutical service.
simillar to Norway.
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in the late 19century and to the mid-20century, their agriculture Product export was the greatest in the world. But tother countries slowly got better. since this NC`s economy has mosty conciderd of attempts of finding New Products and markeds.
NZ has a history of goverment intervention, but since the 1980 the goverment have shifted away from this. but NZ still have the socal securety
New zealand`s farming base required a relativley complex economy. highly productive pestoal farming., embracing extensive sheep grazing and largescale milk Production, was made possible by a temperate climate, Heavy Investment in land improvement, and higly skilled farm managment.
Māori are the tangata whenua, the indigenous people, of New Zealand. They came here more than 1000 years ago from their mythical Polynesian homeland of Hawaiki. Today Māori make up 14% of our population and their history, language and traditions are central to New Zealand’s identity.
Other traditional art forms like carving, weaving and tattooing are also alive and well in New Zealand. Precious jewellery and traditional weapons can be found in museums, galleries and artists' workshops throughout the country. If
Although New Zealand has adopted the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the rights of the Maori population remain unfulfilled. In addition, New Zealand has not ratified ILO Convention 169, an international legal instrument that specifically addresses the rights of indigenous and tribal peoples.
The gap between Māori and non-Māori is widespread. The life expectancy of Maori is 7.3 years less than that of non-Maori, family income is 78% of the national average, 45% of Maori leave upper secondary school without qualification and more than 50% of the prison population is Māori.
realationships with other countries
Agricultoral Products- principally meat, dary Products, and fruits and vegebales are NZ`s major exports.
the major imports are crude and refined oil, mechinery and vehicles.
NZ`s chef trading partners are China, Australia, the United states and japan.