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A look into lives of CI women

Tuesday 29 August 2017 | Published in Local

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A look into lives of CI women
University of Auckland doctoral candidate Anja Uhlmann (left) with Punanga Tauturu Centre Coordinator Rebeka Buchanan (right). Uhlmann is conducting research surrounding the life and experiences of contemporary Cook Islands women. 17082825

The life and experiences of contemporary Cook Islands women are the focus of a university of Auckland doctoral candidate now living and volunteering in Rarotonga.

The life and experiences of contemporary Cook Islands women are the focus of a university of Auckland doctoral candidate now living and volunteering in Rarotonga.


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