The latest issue of AlterNative, Volume 12, Issue 2, is now available online and in print. This issue has a special focus on Indigenous peoples issues in Aotearoa New Zealand. It includes topics such as Māori maternal and infant health, traditional Māori knowledge pertaining to reproduction, a Māori philosophy of language, as well as the concept of 'relationships' in Pasifika education in Aotearoa New Zealand. This issue also features an article on talanoa, a Pasifika research method, and an article on resilience related to Native American perceptions of health and wellness. Another article, from Canada, examines the concepts of “indigeneity” and “genocide”, to better understand the hotly debated relationship between genocide and settler colonialism. Click here to read the article overview and access the feature article "Lived realities: Birthing experiences of young Māori women under 20 years of age", available for free download until 30th June.