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|
|Information - Waiata||Manukau Institute of Technology||An information sheet about powhiri at the Manukau Institute of Technology Marae and waiata.||
Waiata includes E toru nga mea; E hara i te mea; Maku ra pea; Te Aroha; Tutira mai; Himene - Whakaaria mai.
|Information key to Maori attitude||Rikys, Peter||Written by the Auckland District Maori Council press officer, this article illustrates injustice experienced by Maori (rural and urban differently) and the ongoing colonialism and marginalization by the Government of Maori aspiration. He questions the way by which information is expressed and delivered to both Maori and Pakeha and the consequence of an ill informed public.|
|Information Kit on Australian Bicentennial and Preparations for 1990 Commemorative Events in New Zealand||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||The above named documents make up an information kit compiled to inform discussion among New Zealand Church groups on taking a position on the 1990 Commemorative events.||
Excerpts from 'A Just and Proper Settlement - Australian Council of Churches', NCC Programme on Racism Newsletter July 1987, Towards Reconciliation in Australian Society, Australian Church Leaders Make Joint Statement on Aboriginal Land Rights, Government Planning for 1990, Headings or Issue for Discussion
|Information Sheet - "Iwi versus Multi Tribal"||Tamihere, John||This paper makes a case for the rights of inclusion of urban Maori groupings (where members do not specifically whakapapa or interact with traditional tribal groups), Waipareira and Hoani Waititi Marae. The author argues that the historical and political realities that have resulted in the 'Waipareira Way' are a legitimate and powerful representative body of multi tribalism.||
Introduction, Facts you should know,The Waipareira Way,Mandate/Representation.
|Institutional Racism||New Zealand Council on Healthcare||
Definition- Institutional racism; Treaty of Waitangi and Maori Health; Policy Guidelines for Regional Health Authorities, Minister of Health, March 1994; Overview of the key changes to the ACHS standards; NZCHS Organisation wide standards; Maori Health service specification prepared by the Publich Health Commission;
|Institutional Racism and the Dynamics of Privilege in Public Health||Heather Anne Came||The research examines these questions: To what extent and how is institutional racism and Pākehā privilege manifested within public health policy and funding practices? What are the emerging directions to dismantling and preventing institutional racism within public health policy and funding arising from this research?|
|Institutional Racism in the Department of Social Welfare Auckland||Berridge, D., Cowan, L., Cumberland, T., Davys, A., McDowell, H., Morgan, J., Wallis, P.||A report written by women employed by the Department of Social Welfare in Auckland to consider institutional racism within the department. Includes a letter from Department of Social Welfare regarding access to the reports and feedback.||
2. Definition of terms in relation to Aotearoa
4. Ethnic composition of D.S.W. staff - survey
5. Staff recruitment and selection in DSW
6. Staff training
7. Departmental environment
|Institutional racism workshop workbook||Conference of Churches Aotearoa New Zealand||This workbook was developed by Mitzi Nairn of the CCANZ Programme on Racism, Te Akoranga Pakeha Treaty Workers and Auckland Treaty Team with the support of Te Akoranga Runanga and Te Rangatahi. The workshop is designed to meet the requirement of the training programmes in Te Akoranga part three, APA Federation Certificate and PEEC|
|Instructions for the Simulation Game Majorians/Minorians||unknown||Instructions for a game that explores colonisation, differences and problem solving.||
Some Objectives for Players, Some possible generalisations, Instructions to Majorians, Instructions to Minorians, Cartoon, Quotes, Cartoons.
|Intellectual Property Rights and Genetic Material||Kamira, Robyn||A letter of response to a previously published article on biodiversity, intellectual property rights and genetic resources. The author makes note of the need for the development of cultural and ethical frameworks that protect Maori interests.||
|Intelligence and the Pakeha child||Archer, D; Oppenheim, R. S.; Karetu, T.S.; St George, R.||"This paper deals with the problems of Pakeha intelligence. The authors have developed a new test of intelligence, called the MOTIS and are optimistic that their findings will revolutionise the processes of intelligence testing and secondary schooling in New Zealand.|
|Interview with Kaumatua - Wiki Popata||Popata, Wiki|
|Introduction to Justice||unknown||This paper makes eight points related to the question Justice - what is it? Notes include types of justice - distributive, egalitarian, material, liberal.|
|Introduction to Te Tiriti O Waitangi - A distance learning package||Herzog, Christine||Cover letter sent with a package of readings for distance learning. Includes the assignments for assessment.|
|Introduction to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and cultural competence||AWEA, Treaty Resource Centre||
The treaty is the wave; Treaty-related reading (health); Te Tiriti o Waitangi: Quiz; Main points about the Treaty; Government breaches of Te Tiriti o Waitangi (health); Recent Government activity (health); Personal treaty-relate responses; The Treaty of Waitangi and Health; Reading: engaging with cultural differences; Some notes on culture; Kawa whakaruruhau: cultural safety; Providing culturally safe/inclusive spaces; Step3: working with 'other'.
Image two: Treaty and cultural competence: course information -- Reading: Treaty and cultural competence -- Terms (Treaty of Waitangi and Cultural competence) -- Some notes on culture -- Providing culturally safe/incluse spaces -- Kawa Whakaruruhau: Cultural safety.
|Introduction to Te Tiriti: Course information (12 Hour)||Treaty Resource Centre||A course information sheet describing and detailing an introduction to Te Tiriti course and its implications.||
Purpose of this course; Course content; Kawa/Protocol
|Introduction to Te Tiriti: course information (6-hour)||Treaty Resource Centre||A course information sheet describing and detailing an introduction to Te Tiriti course.||
Purpose of this course; Course content; Kawa; Queries, problems, etc
|Introduction to the Treaty of Waitangi : course information (3-hour)||Treaty Resource Centre||A course information sheet describing and detailing an introduction to Te Tiriti course.||
Purpose of this course; Course content; Kawa; Queries, problems, etc.
|Inventory of Racism||Programme on Racism||Lists of questions for identifying when racism is occurring.||
How to look for Institutional Racism
|Issues in Education||Programme On Racism||A series of booklets focusing on issues in education compiled by the Programme Against Racism.||
1. Bias Begins Early