Digital Resource Library Search
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|
|He Wakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni = The Declaration of Independence & The Treaty of Waitangi||unknown||A brief explanation of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1835 and of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. Maori text and English translations (literal and English text)of both documents included.||
The Declaration of Independence, The Treaty of Waitangi
|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.|
|Hikoi - Māori Seabed Foreshore||unknown||Advertises a march on October 16, 2004|
|Historical overview of the Treaty of Waitangi||Treaty Resource Centre||A brief paper discussing the historical events of the Treaty of Waitangi, explanation of the Treaty and relationships||
Early connections; What the Treaty says; Relationships deteriorate with Colonisaton
|History - The Whole Story Or....||Simpson, Tony||Addresses myths of history and story by asking questions. Includes a 'snakes and ladders' styled game of events in history. Images use a Tuna (eel) for the snake. Includes bibliography.||
Telling all the untold stories, Pioneers and Polynesians, Let's follow up...
|History of the department||This is a brief history of Social Welfare in New Zealand. Department of Social Welfare was formed in 1972, bringing together the Social Security Department and the Child Welfare Division of the Department of Education.||
Child welfare division -- Examples of department of Social Welfare (or Social security)/ Child welfare) relations with Maori people -- Old age pensions -- More recent times: 1940 onwards -- The adoption Act -- Institutions -- Interviewing skills training -- Conclusion -- References.
|History or Propaganda? Interpretations of the Marquis of Normanby's Instructions to Captain William Hobson August 1839.||Lodder, W. R.||This paper explores the debate that surrounds the reasons and motives given to the appointment and dispatch of Captain William Hobson to New Zealand in 1839.||
|Honour the Treaty||unknown||The words 'Honour the Treaty' are centre front with log.|
|Honour the Treaty - Sir James Henare||Henare, Sir James||Publication of an address by Sir James Henare delivered to Members of Parliament. The address offers an historical perspective relating to the Treaty of Waitangi and its relevance to law making today.|
|How can you teach cultural safety?||Sherrard, Isabelle||"Isabelle Sherrad, Head of Nursing at Carrington Polytechnic, believes in cultural safety in nursing, but says it is not the same as honoruing the Treaty of Waitangi|
|How many women signed the Treaty of Waitangi||Archives New Zealand||Contains a multiple choice quiz question|
|How relevant is modern experimental voyaging to understanding the settlement of Oceania?||Morgan, Karen||This essay explores the theory and models for migration and settlement through sea voyaging across Oceania.||
University Course - Pacific Pre-History 48.312 [from guide to essay writing]
|How the Treaty of Waitangi came to be signed||1990 Commission||"As the 150th anniversary of the Treaty of Waitangi approaches, the 1990 Commission reports a marked increase in the number of people claiming to have read the Treaty. late last year the commission published a brochure, reprinted here, explaining the treaty and including texts of both versions."||
A formal relationship begins -- Preamble to the Treaty of Waitangi, offical English Version -- English version of the Treat's three articles -- Article the first -- Article the second -- Article the third -- Maori version of the three articles -- Ko te tuatahi -- Ko te tuarua -- Ko te tuatoru -- the years that followed -- Questioning the Treaty -- What it means today -- New Zealand 1990.
|Hui bulletin No. 5 - Summary of Submissions||National Council of Churches||
Hikaia Amohia - for the people of Te Wanganui River ; Nga Kaiwhakapumau i te reo (Wellington Maori Language Board) ; Ngawha Springs - Kiro Witehira ; Raukawa ; Tai Tokerau Federation of Maori Land Authorities ; Manu Paul for Ngatiawa & Waiariki district Maori Council Treaty ; Ngati Te roro te rangi, Ngati Uenukukopako, Ngati Rangi te Aorere ; Ngati Wahiao ; Te Maketu Action Committee ; The Parengarenga people ; Rev. Maori Marsden for Tai Tokerau ; Supported message to Te Hikoi ki Waitangi ; Conversation between Bob Scott, Jocelyn Armstrong and Dorreen Hatch.
|Hui calls for more treaty education||Vercoe, Moerangi||Report on the call from organizers of a youth forum for the Government to provide more Treaty education in schools.|
|Human rights and racism in New Zealand||Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination||
Introduction; Reservations; Our curretn record; Social Welfare Chidrens Homes; Social Welfare Benefits; Justice; Language; Education; Unemployment; Health; Immigration; Historical Incidents; More Recent Incidents; Conclusion
|Identity, status, and further possibilities for Paakeha abuse||John Kirton||"This analysis has its origins in a tangata whenua challenge about a distinguished Paakeha male\s involvement in iwi concerns. It explores two questions to find whether overall Crown/Partake-responsibility for the historical circumstances leading to the challenge, also contains a current component for which Paakeha Treaty-Workers have some immediate responsibility."|
|Ikanui News||Treaty Tribes Coalition||News and information including a message from the Chairperson, report and analysis from Seafood Week, dates for meetings, Korero Kaweka (jokes), Panui Tangata (profile) and contact details.|
|immigrant||unknown||Displays one word on the front: 'immigrant' and on the back are the words 'Where do you stand on Māori land?'|
|Implementation of a+ biultural policy and the implications of the Treaty of Waitangi and institutional racism intervention for Health Service Delivery||Way, Karena||Compiled by Karena Way: Manager, Training and Development Department, Auckland Healthcare Services Ltd, 1996, as a training programme for the implementation of a Bicultural Policy. This policy will ensure that the Treaty of Waitangi is incorporated into all aspects of the Health Service Delivery and in conjunction with Tangata Whenua, will implement equity within the area of Health Development.||
Policy on bicculturalism; Culture; Culture safety; Map location of Iwi and rohe 1900; Polynesian islands and island groups in Ociania; Declaration of the independence; Te Tiriti o Waitagi; One translation of the Maori text; English version; Notes on the Treaty of Waitangi; Whakamana tangata; Culltural identiy; Notes on Post Treaty history; Defintiion of Terms in relation to Aotearoa; Institutional racism; Questions for special segments; With acknowledgement of Annie Collins and the Double take Process; Notes on the process of institutional reacism and interention; Notes on the implications of theTreaty of Waitagi - The Day to Day work i do; The Treaty of Waitangi and quality of service; The Treaty of Waitangi and: Customer Service; The Treayt of Waitangi H R Issues/Maori staff; Te Tiriti o Waitangi HR Issues/Managemen, Professional and General staff; Te Tiriti o Waitangi implications for TQM, customer service and accreditation; Te Tiriti o Waitangi, cultureal safety standards and measurement; The Treaty of Waitangi and: infromed consent; Te Tiriti o Waitangi day to day issues; The Treaty of Waitangi and: Death and Dying; Integrating the Treaty of Waitangi into the Health Service Delivery of my (Area, Department, Ward) task sheet; Assignement; Books; Newspapers & Newsletters; Other sources of information; What can i do?