These resources, from the Treaty and anti-racism movements, relate to events and actions from the 1960s to the present day. They come from a number of collections being held by TRC that are presently being digitised.
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|Title||Primary author||Content description||Table of contents|
|A CCANZ Kitset - Constitutional Reform (2nd Edition)||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||This CCANZ (Conference of Churches Aotearoa New Zealand) kit updates discussion and briefing papers on constitutional reform. The content detail is available through searching content titles in the catalogue.||
|A Church Leaders' Statement for 1990 - 150 years after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||This statement signed by the Conference of Churches Aotearoa New Zealand leadership, sets out ways that the 150 year anniversary year since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi can be a time for the Church to examine and learn from the past and renew its commitment to justice under the Treaty.||
150 years after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, What we see and hope for in the future, Signature
|A Collection of NCC General Meeting References to Waitangi||National Council of Churches||A collection of extracts from National Council of Churches general and executive meetings between 1982 - 1984 with reference or concern for events leading up to and at Waitangi Day.||
Waitangi - General Meeting remits August 1982, The NCC and Waitanig Day - General Meeting remits February 1984, Treaty of Waitangi - Executive Meeting March 1982, Waitangi - Executive Meeting February 1983, Waitangi Day 1984 Peace Marchers/Te Hikoi Ki Waitangi - Executive Meeting January 1984, Waitangi Day 1985 - Executive Meeting October 1984
|A declaration of the Independence of New Zealand||unkown||A copy of the wording of the 1835 Declaration of Independence in both English and Te Reo.|
|A Framework for Considering Constitutional Change||Durie, Mason||His four assumptions about constitutional change and four steps towards achieving it (involving two commissions reaching agreement).|
|A Framework for Considering Maori Educational Advancement||Durie, Mason|
|A gaping hole in NZ history||Belich, James||"In the third and final specially adapted extract from The New Zealand War, historian James Belich argues that the distorted Victorian view of Maoris as brace but stupid warriors has bequeathed a race relations problem for every generation since."|
|A history of oppression?: an egalitarian society?||
The Treaty of Waitangi and the Maori people -- Industrial oppression -- The persecution of pacifists and conscientious objectors -- Chapter three: Signs of Hope (i): The Tangata Whenua -- Te Maori literature and culture -- Kohanga Reo -- Maori pride and politics -- Aotearoa rather than New Zealand -- The Maori tradition of non-violence -- The nuclear-free and independent Pacific movement -- Excursus: The Pakeha anti-racists movement -- Chapter eight: Visions and signs -- Chapter nine: Sharing good news -- Gossiping The Good News -- Public speaking -- Books, Pamphlets and films -- Marches and demontrations -- Art and Music -- Symbolic actions -- Conclusion.
|A history of the Maori language||unknown||A time line history of the Maori Language from 1840 to 1998|
|A Knight in sleazy Armour||Waitangi Action Committee||A panui to protest the acceptance of a Knighthood for Graham Latimer, considering the state of Maori wellbeing|
|A Maori criminal justice system||Jackson, Moana||Considers the cultural and ideological bases of pakeha criminal law; the use of that law as an instrument, not so much to protect the Maori, but to oppress and control them; the cultural, constitutional and structural definitions of a Maori criminal justice system.|
|A Maori perspective on the criminal justice system||Jackson, Moana||Moana Jackson discusses the criminal justice system and addresses three broad headings: The cultural and ideological bases of Pakeha Criminal Law; The use of that law as an instrument not much to protect the Maori but to oppress and control them; and the cultural, constitutional and structural definitions of a Maori Criminal Justice system.|
|A Paakeha - Tauiwi proposal to promote discussion on Kawanatanga responsibility||Kawanatanga Network - Waikato||This document presents ideas for deepening discussion on kawanatanga and pakeha/tauiwi responsibly in Te Tiriti partnership. Ideas promote a transformation of social structures rather than reform.||
A Paakeha - Tauiwi proposal to promote discussion on Kawanatanga responsibility, Te Tiriti o Waitangi - the Basis for developing a formal Constitution, Background, Paakeha/Tauiwi discussion paper on future constitution, 1. Preamble - A setting for Paakeha/Tauiwi discussion,2. Suggested Processes , structures and/or actions, 3. Suggested constitutional principles.
|A Philosophy of Education||Marsdenm Rev. M||Extract from an address at the opening of Tutahi Tonu carved meeting house at Auckland Teachers College.||
Self Realisation Through Achievement, The Threat, The Education System, Theological Perspective, St Paul's View, Conclusion
|A Reading List for people wanting to learn more and bring partnership between cultures in this country||none||A list of 17 books and authors with short descriptions.||
List of books
|A reflection on Events at Waitangi, Feb 6th 1987||Hatch, Dorreen||A collaborative reflection on the events at Waitangi 6th February 1987. The account is a collection of impressions rather than a systemic attempt to give an eye witness report but it does include detail on speakers and of the protest response.|
|A Strategic Framework for Addressing the Impact of Diabetes on Indigenous Peoples||Durie, Mason|
|A summary of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in plain English||Tangata Tiriti||
Introduction; First; Second; Third; Fourth (Spoken Promise)
|A Survey - The Customers Voice 2 - another quest: Improvment of Services to Maori and Auckland City Libraries (Draft)||Auckland City Libraries||Survey results drawn from a 2001 survey which compares library usage by Maori in 2001 with data collected in 1994.||
Part One: Introduction, Method. Part Two: Library Users,Activities in the Library, Other Activities. Part Three: Non-user of the Library. Part Four: Positive and Negative Aspects of the Libraries and Service. Part Five: Involvement in Tikanga Maori. Part Six: Demographic details. Part Seven: Conclusion
|A systemic view of biculturalism and change in New Zealand||McKenzie, W.H.||Discusses the "systemic explanation of the process that underpins and supports the relationship between Maori and Pakeha in New Zealand." "Because institutional racism provides real restraints for Maori in New Zealand, changes must be made at this level too. It is apparent that many institutions are making written changes to their institutional beliefs of practice."|