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.
You can search by keyword or by categories, e.g., Formal group, (groups that feature in the resource); Sector (housing, health, education, media, etc.); Historical period; Format (type of resource, e.g., pamphlet, poster, report, letter, etc.) Your feedback and suggestions are appreciated.
|Title||Primary author||Content description||Table of contents|
|Getting on the Maori Roll - What's in it for us?||Kia Mohio Kia Marama Trust||A question and answer paper exploring the issues for Maori choosing between registering on the Maori or the General roll. It also explored the shift in electoral systems to MMP.|
|Gifting - and the consequences of its absence||Peet, Katherine||
Historical perspective; The place of gifting; The collective dimension of human experiece; The response
|Gifts of tribal land to the Church: what happens when the tribe wants the land back?||Williams, David V.||In the first two decades of British rule there were a large number of land transactions in many parts of the country whereby Maori gifted pieces of land to Church authorities so that their children could receive an education from missionary ministers or teachers. This paper discusses how the church obtained title and the Crowns part in the transfer of land, and looks at what happened if no school was built, could Maori claim return of these lands, and tribal nature of Maori landholding.|
|Globalisation and the demise of the colonial state options for decolonisation in Aotearoa/New Zealand||Kelsey, Jane||This paper explores three interrelated developments in New Zealand in the 1990's; globilisation, republicanism; and decolonisation.|
|Government breaches of the Treaty of Waitangi||Treaty Resource Centre||Lists breaches by the Government of the Treaty of Waitangi since 1844. Includes sheet regarding education breaches by the Government from 1844 to 2012|
|Government foreshore and seabed policy breaches basic international human rights standards and conventions||Peace Movement Aotearoa||
International human rights standards and conventions; Breaches of international human rights standards and conventions; Guided by the feeback? the creation of a new myth; Where to get more information and resources
|Government policy on the Treaty of Waitangi and corporatisation||
Part 1. What is corporatisation?; Part 2. The coroporations, what they own and who they sacked; Part 3. The state owned enterprises ACT 1986 and the Treaty of Waitangi; Part 4. The court case; Part 5. The 'Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi'; Part 6. The duty of Government and Maori under the principle of partnership; Part 7. Wha else the court said about the Treaty of Waitangi, the S.O.E ACT and the Waitangi Tribunal; Part 8. The court of appeal's decision; Part 9. What does this case really mean for Maori as Tangata Whenua.
|Graphics - Illustrating Racism||unknown||Two advertisements of a similar time period (c1950s)that use racist and stereotyping images of Maori as primitive to promote products. Adverts are promoting tea and an oven.||
Oh, That Tiger, Py Korry! If we only had a 'champion"
|Green Lane National Women's Hospital - Policy on Bi-culturalism||Auckland Hospital Board||Letter to all staff regarding policy on Bi-culturalism and includes copy of Auckland Area Hospital Board policy on bi-cultulturalism.|
|Greetings from Te Kotahitanga||Te Kotahitanga United Tribal Council||Letter to the general secretary of the National Council of Churches thanking them for their support of the Hikoi ki Waitangi and outlining the events and looking forward to future support.|
|Growing research skills at Iwi level||Walker, Ranginui||"This paper indicates that research is a natural human pursuit whose aim is to discover truth about the nature of reality." It discusses the cultural perspective in the creation myth of Ranginui and Papatuanuku, Maori epistemology, whakapapa, the tools of research, tools of technology, development of Iwi research, research techniques, storage and retrieval of data, citation of references, Treaty claims against the Crown and Treaty audits.|
|Handouts: Treaty of Waitangi||
He Whakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni (Declaration of Independence of New Zealand) ; Understanding the Declaration of Independence and its significance ; Te Tiriti o Waitangi: quiz ; Pre-Treaty views of each other (1830s) ; Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi ; The Two Treaties ; The peoples of Aotearoa ; Rights and responsibiities of signatories to Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Maori text) ; Whakapapa o Te Tiriti o Waitangi ; Personal Treaty responses ; Comapring the 2040 scenario with what rally happened (in reverse) to Maori in the latter half of the 19th Century; Main points about the Treaty.
|Hapu ownership of seabed and foreshore benefits all New Zealanders||Network Waitangi||Shows examples of how Hapu ownership of the foreshore and seabed will be of benefit everyone.|
|Hazardous Environments Old and New: Challenges for Health Protection||Durie, Mason|
|He pito whakaatua a nga iwi maori - Films of the Tangata Whenua||The New Zealand Film Archive||A list of films available to watch during the Te Maori: Te Hokinga Mai film festival, Auckland Art Gallery 28 June-10 September 1987|
|He Taua||He Taua Defence Committee||
We are the warriors of He Taua; Racism is the issue; Class oppression; A history of frustration; Campaign to support those arrested; Support He Taua; Acord supports He Taua; Statement from Church & Society Commission concerning He Taua.
|He waiata poto / He waiata Kinaki - Some short waiata / some support waiata||Manukau Institute of Technology||Provides 9 waiata, collated byTe Tari Matauranga Maori, Manukau Institute of Technology|
|He Wakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tirene||Kia Mohio Kia Marama Trust||He Wakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tirene accompanied by a translation in English|
|He Wakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni||Network Waitangi Ōtautahi||Text in Te Reo Māori with English translation|
|High noon for Maori seats||Te Maori||Journal article looking at the state of the Maori seats in Parliament in Bill Rowlings time and the future of these seats.|