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|
|Papers related to the development of a unit on cultural sensitivity and safety in a hospital setting||Wood, Earlene||A set of documents including email correspondence relating to the development of a cultural safety component training for clinical administrative support services.||
Email correspondence, Draft Document - Provide Clinical Administrative Support Services to include Cultural Sensitivity and Safety in a Hospital Setting, Possible Assessment
|Parallel Development : example of a partnership protocol||Huygens, Ingrid||Parallel development is a term for the parallel provisions of services for distinct groups, particularly as a means to ensure cultural self determination for an oppressed group.||
Hamilton abuse intervention pilot project policy on parallel development; Parallel development: a model for the delivery of culturally safe social services - Linda Waimarei Nikora and Neville Robertson;
|Parallel development in refuge: a model for complementary service delivery||Discusses the role and policies in the Women's Refuge movement, the right of all women tot he best and most appropriate services a Refuge can offer.||
Background; So what is parallel development?; At national level...; At local level...
|Parameters, Goals and Outcomes for Maori Development||Durie, Mason||Conclusion of the book|
|Parliamentary Devolution and Maori Self-Governance||Durie, Mason|
|Partnership in Education: Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi||National Executive PPTA||Recommendations to the PPTA Associations constitution. To affirm and advance the principles of partnership of Te Tiriti o Waitangi as embodied in the First Schedule of these rules, and that Te Tiriti o Waitangi be included in the Rules as the First Schedule.||
Notes to the proposal; Recommendation; The Treaty of Waitangi - English Version, Maori version, Translation of Maori Version.
|Personal Responses to Te Tiriti o Waitangi in Early Childhood Education (a course outline)||unknown||This document outlines the purpose of completing this level 5 as being able to develop, implement and evaluate a personal response to Te Tiriti, appropriate for an early childhood education centre. Key elements, criteria and assessment methods are listed.||
Purpose, Elements, Performance Criteria, Assessment Methods, Recommended Reading
|Perspectives on the Implementation of the Treaty of Waitangi in Aotearoa||Network Waitangi - Whangarei||A draft report for presentation at Waitangi 1997 from Pakeha Treaty Workers and Educators including analysis and thinking, issues and shortfalls, and hopes for Tauiwi workers for the fulfillment of Tino Rangatiratanga in Aotearoa. Reference is made to resolutions jointly reached at two national gathering.||
The role of Tangata Tiriti/Tau iwi Tiriti Activists in the struggle for Tino Rangatiratanga, Agreed Resolutions, Further Comments, Conclusion
|Planning and Development: A speech||Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaaahu||A speech by Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu to a conference focused on commercial management and development of resources. Te Arikinui draws on historical references for managing resources, mentions the wisdom of Tupuna and encourages participants to draw from kaupapa Maori principals of resource management in future planning.||
|Poems that connect||Nairn, Mitzi||A collection of poems complied by Mitzi Nairn on Racism, colonisation patriarchy, church, bible, rape, coercion, volence|
|Politics - they shoot burglars, don't they?||Jesson, Bruce||Jesson tackles the issue of Aucklanders attitudes to law and order illustrating Pakeha racism and on going colonial attitudes reflecting an insincerity in the Treaty relationship.|
|Possible Relationship||unkown||Differing relationship types illustrated with the use of diagrams.||
Integration, self determination, partnership, sovereignty: assimilation/domination, sovereignty with sub autonomy, sovereignty with some hybrid
|Pou whenua - Arataki||Te Kawerau ā-Maki Trust||Photograph of the Pou Arataki (Arataki Information Centre, Waitakere Information Centre). The story of the carving is on the reverse side in black and white in te reo Māori.|
|Preparing for a visit to MIT Marae||Treaty Resource Centre||Guide for Manukau City Council to prepare to visit MIT Marae. Includes Dress, Time, Powhiri process|
|Press release : Maori council of churches confident of Maori support||Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches)||Press release by Te Runanga Whakawhanuga i nga hahi o Aotearoa president Pio Jacobs regarding suggestions that call for Maori not to vote failed and the support to sign the Tino Rangatiratanga Register.|
|Press release in regard to paper by Elizabeth Rata||The International Research Institute from Maori and Indigenous Education and Te Aratiatia, The University of Auckland||Dr Leonie Pihama and Jenny Lee comments on the attack by Elizabeth Rata on Kaupapa Maori developments that highlights a disturbing trend of racism being disguised as public debate.|
|Press release: resolutions from 7th National Non-Maori Anti-Racism and Treaty Workers Gathering - Press Release||Cook, Joan||Press release includes the ten resolutions passed by the Non-Maori Anti-Racism and Treaty Workers gathering held at Taurikura.|
|Press Release: Te Runanga asks Maori People Not to Vote||Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches)||Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches)announce the launch of a campaign asking Maori not to vote in the 1990 General Elections but instead to sign Te Tino Rangatiratanga register. The press release details the Runanga's commitment to bringing about Treaty based justice for Maori.|
|Principles and guidelines for the protection of the heritage of Indigenous peoples||unknown||A comprehensive set of guidelines relating to the protection of Indigenous peoples culture and heritage. Guidelines are drawn with reference to UNESCO and the relevant conventions established on cultural property. The principals include as its base the notion of self determination and guardianship.Principals of transmission, recovery, legislation and commercial use are described.||
Principles, Transmission of heritage, Recovery and restitution of heritage,National programmes and legislation, Business and industry
|Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and a bicultural continuum||Durie, M.H||Copies of charts reflecting bicultural and structural arrangements for applying the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.|