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|
|Iwi, whenua Maori... the land and the people - an explanation||
Rural land in New Zealand; Maori land; Maori people/Maori land; Maori system of the tenure; The Maori - prior to 1840; Conflict between European and Maori land owning concepts; The Maori concept of land ownership stood in contrast with that introduced by the European colonists last century; The Native Lands Act, 1865; Individualisaton of title; The Native Lands Court; Maori leadership attempted to rally the people to appose these processes; The resulting breaking down of Maori society was a deliberate intention of the Government of the day; The Maori - around 1900; The present day - Pressures of Maori land and Maori society continue unabated; Maori lands now experience a state of administrative disability; Present day administration of Maori lands in multiple title: Maori land administration - the bureaucratic structure; The relationship of most Maoris with the practical concerns of land administration and management has become very tenuous; An official attitude today; The Maori - the present day; The land and the people; The great Maori land rip-off; Is the Maori land issue of any relevance to New Zealanders at large?; Maori lands everywhere in the North Island are bearing the brunt of the present industrial forestry land grab; A case study; Another case study; A third case study; The Maori land issue; What are the political implications?; What needs to be done; Maori land owning groiups.
|Jean Brookes||Jean Brookes||Biographical brochure about Jean Brookes, also offering her services of support to create rituals that expresses spiritual journeys, action reflection monitoring, liturgical and ritual skills; negotiations for beneficiaries and low income people, wedding or funeral inquiries.|
|Journeys away from dominance: dissonance, struggle and right relationships - the journey to accepting indigenous authority||Hugens, Ingrid||"Reports by primarily Pakeha organisational workers about implementing the Treaty of Waitangi within NZ workplaces were analysed for underlying discursive themes. The main discursive themes were cluster around affirmations of Maori authority, the discomfort and struggle involved in doing so, the sense of togetherness with others on the same journey, and the joy of experiencing a 'right' relationship between Maori and Pakeha".|
|Justice as the measure of Spirituality - a critique of the spirituality underlining the book "The New Maori Myth"||Payne, John||Originally presented as coursework for CT3180 Issues in Contemporary Theology, taught by E.J. Bennett at Auckland Consortium for Theological Education.|
|Justice before Celebration - Ideas and information for today's discussion of 1990 and the Treaty||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||This background paper aims to assist the Church community to consider and discuss the Treaty. There are four articles which address common myths and misconceptions. The conclusion of the paper includes that before a real celebration of the Treaty can occur, restitution and Pakeha commitment and responsibly must be shown.||
The "One New Zealand" Myth, Power and Politics, Fears and Myths, Change Enablers
|Ka awatea: a new dawning?||Kia Mohio Kia Marama Trust||A discussion about the background on the Ka Awatea report, an overview on the current situation of Maori, as a new approach to policy, education, employment, health, economic development proposals and change, how it will be put into effect, Labour's Devolution policy, the Treaty of Waitangi and settlement claims, and the National Governments policy.|
|Kaati! Don't Vote||Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches)||Poster calling for people to sign Te Tino Rangatiratanga Register, not to vote in protest of 150 years of injustice.|
|Kaumatuatanga Reciprocity: Older Maori and Whanau||Durie, Mason|
|Kaupapa||Treaty Resource Centre||Provides an explanation on Kaupapa.|
|Kaupapa Maori and Maori education pedagogy||Auckland College of Education||This literature review provides an overview of Kaupapa Maori principles and practices, which form the basis for Maori educational pedagogy. Furthermore it includes some examples of key notions in Kaupapa Maori service provision. The purpose of this review is to contribute to the Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics of New Zealand (ITPNZ) project 'Critical success factors for effective use of e-learning with Maori learners'. The priority areas for the literature review are: (1) Maori formal schooling development from 1816 to the present; and (2) Kaupapa Maori education philosophies, including pre-colonial and key educational and pedagogical elements.|
|Kawa Whakaruruhau - Culture Safety - Resource Book||unknown||A series of articles contributing to a Kawa Whakaruruhau - Cultural Safety resource book.||
A. Kawa Whakaruruhau - Cultural Safety 1. Teaching Cultural Safety - Irihapeti Ramsden (NZ Nursing Journal June 1992) 2. Cultural Safety - Irihapeti Ramsdem (NZ Nursing Journal Dec 1990) 3. How can you teach Cultural safety? Isabelle Sherrard (NZ Nursing Journal Oct 1991) B. Community Health Issued 1. Health Care Plans - A key alternative for Maori - Juliet Ashton (Health Vol 40:17 Spring 1991) 2. Public Health Nurse - Thea Roorda (Health) 3. Important Improvements in Maori Health (Health Vol 40:5 Spring 1988) 4. Community Health Communities - Anne De Lacey (Health, Vol40:10 Summer 1990) 5. Priorities for Child Health (Health Vol 40:10 Spring 1990) 6. The Challenge of Community Health Care (Health Vol 40:10 Summer 1990) 7. Untrained Hands (NZ Nursing Journal July 1991) 8. Health for the People - Union Health Service (NZ Nursing Journal June 1991) 9. New Choices in Childbirth - Thea Roorda (Health Vol 40:9 Spring 1989) C. Cervical Smears 1. A Continuing Smear Campaign ((NZ Nursing Journal Feb 1991) 2. Major New Campaign to Prevent Cervical Cancer - Diana Burns (Health Vol 40:16 Winter 1991) D. Cot Death 1. Cot Death - What is Being Done? (Health Vol 40:7 Autumn 1989) 2. Cot Death Study Pinpoints Risk Factors (Health Vol 40:14 Summer 1991) 3. Dramatic Drop in Cot Deaths - Lesley Patston (Health Vol 40:17 Spring 1991) 4. Preventing Cot Death - The Role of the Nurse ((NZ Nursing Journal July 1991) 5. Infant Death Rates Drop - Health Vol 40:12 Winter 1990)
|Kawa whakaruruhau: cultural safety in nursing education in Aotearoa (New Zealand)||Ramsden, Irihapeti|
|Kawanatanga||Monteith Paul, Gwenda||This essay explores the concept and expression of Kawanatanga and recommends that a stronger focus be placed on understanding Kawanatanga in Treaty education.||
|Kawanatanga||unknown||These papers explore the different meanings in the Maori and English Treaty text of Kawanatanga and Tino Rangatiratanga . Definitions are offered by Young, Kawharu and Ngata. This paper suggests that the Treaty established a bicultural framework for social organisation. Legislative processes have since gained ascendancy over Tino Rangatiratanga and the bicultural framework.||
Kawanatanga, Tino Rangatiratanga, Treaty of Waitangi
|Kawanatanga||Brookes, Jean||This article attempts to clarify how the missionaries might have understood issues of governance and power and what explanation they might have given for the word Kawanatanga, based on an extensive exploration of biblical history around the time of the birth and death of Jesus.||
Cover letter, Kawanatanga, the purpose of the research, Questions, Palestinian History, Some parallels of dates are worth noticing, Bibliography
|Kawanatanga Network - Workshop resources||Kawanatanga Network||
Tutor payment letter to Mitzi Nairn; Handwritten letter to Mitzi Nairn from Sarah Laurenson; Assumptions about Te Tiriiti o Waitangi; Te Tiriti o Waitangi - Te Reo Maori version; Te Taha Maori: Te Hahi Weteriana mission statement and goals brochure; Cultural Justice by Ray Nairn; Rangatiratanga, rationalism and the immigration Act by Moana Jackson; 1.4 The Treaty of Waitangi: our bicultural commitment; Parallel development in Refuge: a model for complementary service delivery; Partnership etween Maori and Tauiwi; Cultural safety: implementing the concept by Irihapeti Ransden; Racism: international trends-implications for CCANZ programme on racism; a literal English translation of the Maori text; Tools for Diplomacy; Map of South Pacific; One translation of the Maori text; Patterns of Colonisation; Te Ara aku whakamua by Mason Durie; International Conference of Women Judges, Wellington, 14 Sep 1993 - "The outstanding business": the Waitangi Tribunal and Maori treaty claims by Chief Judge Eddie Durie; Kawanatanga Network: a Paakeha-Tauiwi proposal to promote discussion on Kawanatanga responsibility; Some useful books; Culture by Cheryl Glensar and Marion Wood; Thriving in a changing environment; Lectionary task - Hermeneutics of suspicion; Learning identity; How do our children learn prejudice?; Handwritten paper - science theology: kaupapa Maori; The Iwi and the constitution; The bicultural journey
|Kawanatanga Network Information and Papers||Kawanatanga Network||A collection of correspondence, newsletters, press clippings and briefing papers related to process and consultation for Treaty Settlement. Material focused also on challenging the proposed fiscal envelope.||
Copy of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA, 28 January 1994 to Mr Hood from Waikato Anti-Racism Coalition; Copy of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA, Copy of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA, 16 May 1994 to Monte Ohia; 18 May 1994 to David Hood; Copy of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA, 18 September 1994 to David Hood; Letter to Monte Ohia from John Kirton 16 May 1994; Letter to David Hood from John Kirton 18 September 1994 including a response from David Hood to John Kirton, 19 Oct 1994; Letter to Hon. Douglas Graham 9 Oct 1994 and 25 October 1994 and all Treaty Workers from Kawanatanga Network; Letter to Members and Supporters of Kawanatanga Network, 18 Nov 1994; Letter to Hon. Dourglas Graham, 28 Nov 1994, 2 Dec 1994, 13th December from Kawanatanga Network; Letter to Networkers from Kawanatanga Network 8/12/94; Letter to John Kirton from Douglas Graham 16 Dec 1994; The Maori law review Decc 1994-Jan 1995 p 13; Letter to Hon. Douglas Graham, 8 Jan 1995 from John Kirton; Letter to John Kirton from the University of Auckland, 10 Jan 1995; Press release from Kawanatanga Network on the Crowns proposal of settlement of outstanding Treaty Claims; Letter to Network Members from John Kirton – 11/02/95; Resolutions from the 7th National anti-racism workers’ gathering held at Taurikura 3-6 February 1995; Letter to JH Clarke Race Relations from Gwenda Monteith Paul; Letter to Network members from Linda and Trish, 2/3/95; Letter from Hon. Douglas Graham to Gwenda Paul, 21/4/95; Submission to Maori Affairs Committee considering the Maori Purposes Bill from Kawanatanga Network, 27/4/94; Meeting at Pirongia; Letter to Network members from Kawanatanga Network, 25 June 95; Letter to Office of Treaty Settlements regarding submission of Crown proposals for the settlement of Treaty of Waitangi Claims; Letter to John Kirton from Office of Treaty Settlements, 7 July 1995; Letter to Project Waitangi rom Kawanatanga Network 18 June 1996; Some Pakeha Tauiwi suggestions for Aotearoa's constitution; Preamble to constitution; Suggested Pakeha Tauiwi constitution articles; Political options facing Maori; Bringing about the constitutional change
|Kawanatanga Network, Network Waitangi, Not in Our Name (NION)||Kawanatanga Network||Treaty education and activist groups report on issues including the government proposed 'fiscal envelope' and proposed constitutional change. Mention is made of the Whanganui Iwi occupation of Pakaitore (Moutoa Gardens.||
Kawanatanga Network Meeting held in April, Network Waitangi, Not in Our Name.
|Kete One: Introduction to Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Herzog, Christine||A booklet if course readings and references supporting the delivery of an introduction to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.||
Introduction to Te Tiriti o Waitangi - a guided reading course volume one. The Story, Setting the Context, Arrival of Europeans, A Treaty is Made, A Period of Partnership (1840-1860) References. Readings associated with Session two - Treaty content, Treaty violations. The Story, Setting the Context, Arrival of Europeans, Focus on the British, A Treaty is Made, A Period of Partnership (1840-1860, Pakeha become dominant, References
|Kete Three: Developing Treaty Relationships||Herzog, Christine||Outline of a programme developed to help the development of incorporating Te Tiriti into the structures and processes of Manaukau City Council.||
Purpose of Kete, Learning Objectives, Delivery of the Kete, Assessment, Kawa, Queries