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|
|Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as defined by the Waitangi Tribunal||
Summary of Prinicples of the Treaty of Waitangi defined by the Waitangi Tribunal and the Court of Appeals - This wording is a summary from original sourcs, numbering referes to text in Appendicies J and K; Appendix J - Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as defined by the Waitangi Tribunal (1983 - 1988): 1. The exchange of the right to make laws for the obligation to protect Maori interests; 2. The Treaty implies a partnership, exercised with utmost good faith; 3. The Treaty is an agreement that can be adapted to meet new circumstances; 4. The needs of both Maori and the wider community must be met, which will require compromises on both sides; 5. The Maori interest should be actively protected by the Crown; 6. The granting of the right of pre-emption to the Crown implies a reciprocal duty for the Crown to ensure that the Tangata Whenua retain sufficient endowment for their forseen needs; 7. The Crown cannot evade its obligations under the Treaty by conferring authority on some other body; 8. The Crown obligation to legally recognise tribl rangatiratanga; 9. The courtesy of early consultation; 10. Tino Rangatriatanga includes management of resources and other taonga according to Maori cultural preferences; 11. Taonga includes all valued resources and intangible cultural assets; 12. The Principle of choice: Maori, Pakeha and bicultural options.
Appendix K - Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as defined by the Court of Appeal (1987): 1. The aquisition of sovereignty in exchange for the protection of Rangatiratanga; 2. The Treaty requires a partnership and the duty to act reasonably and in good faith; 3. The freedom of the Crown to govern; 4. The Crown duty of active protection; 5. Crown duty to remedy the past breaches; 6. Maori to retain chieftainship (Rangatiratanga) Over their resources and taonga and to have all the rights and privileges of citizenship; 7. The Maori duty of resonable co-operation; 8. On whether the Treaty creates a duty to consult.
Appendix L - Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as proposed by applicants and plaintiffs in the New Zealand Maori Council coutr of appeal case (1987); Proposed by the New Zealand Maori Council; Proposed by Crown
Appendix M - Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as defined by the Royal Commission on Social Policy (1988); The Fundamental of partnership; The Fundamental of equality of peoples; The fundamental guarantee
|Principles relevant to working for change/social justice based on structural analysis model||Herzog, Christine||
Working with those with less power than you; OHP on Power; Some notes on working for social change derived from structural analysis models - kinds of social change; Types of personal power; power in orgnaisations
|Programme on Racism||Conference of Churches Aotearoa New Zealand||18 assorted programme publications for the Programme on Racism workshops||
Bias begins early, Caution, Racism can kill, History of Maori Activism, Justice as the Measure of Spirituality, The Landpack for 1992, Landpack supplement on Churches and land, Leislation betrays the Treaty of Waitangi, Lessons from the Past-racism and land, Maori-Pakeha relationships - an obstacle race, Ten quick ways to analyze childrens books for sexism and racism, The big fat historical (economic) backgrounder (purple pocket) Parts 1,11a & 11B, The figures tell the story, The meaning of biculuturalism, The passage of Maori land into Pakeha Ownership, Justice Peace and integrity of Creation, The Fiscal Envelope (Economics, politics & colonisation), The tides of Peae, Pakeha/Tauiwi seeing the unseen.
|Programme on Racism - Newsletter Number 11 January 1988||NCC Programme on Racism||The newsletter for the Programme on Racism includes articles of discussion as well as report on activity related to the Kaupapa of the group.||
The Language We Use, Whakarewa - A Step in the Right Direction, Update Tauranga - Ngai Tamarawaho Claim, The Shape of 1990, Exploring the Idea of Sovereignty, Status of Indigenous Women, Resources.
|Programme on Racism Publications||Mitzi Nairn||18 assorted programme publications for Programme on Racism workshops||
Bias egins early, Caution, Racism an kill, History of Maori Activism, Justice as the measure of spirituality, The landpack for 1992, Landpack supplement on Churches and land, Legislation betrays the Treaty of Waitangi, Lessons from the past, Ten quick ways to analyze childrens books for sexism and racism, The figures tell the story, The meaning of biculturalism, The passage of Maori land into pakeha ownership: a maori view, The fiscal envelope, Justice Peace and the Integrity of Creation
|Programme on racism report - April 1992 - March 1993||CCANZ||Annual report regarding the programme on racism, discussing: accountability, staffing, Finance, networking, church links, travel, participation, workshops, presentations, theological action, and resources|
|Project Waitangi and 1990||Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau||Record of Project Waitangi engagement with the 1990 Sesquicentennial.|
|Project Waitangi Hamilton - Standards of Practice for workshops||Project Waitangi||Document explaining the Standards of Practice for all facilitators running workshops for Project Waitangi in Hamilton.||
Philosophy, Workshop aims and objectives, Relationship to Tangata Whenua, Relationship to Project Waitangi National facilitators, Relationship to the local Project Waitangi Group, Relationship to other groups committed to Treaty Education and honouring the treaty, Relationship to other Local Project Waitangi Facilitators, Personal, Relationship to workshop participants, Workshop processes
|Project Waitangi Legal Structure||unknown||A discussion document exploring the options and question of legal status for Project Waitangi work||
Do you need a legal structure? If so, what type? Do you want to be charitable?
|Project Waitangi letter to members 17 September 1988||L'Estrange, Maryanne||Letter to members from Maryanne L'Estrange on regional meetings, resource management law reform and preparing submissions||
Note to members from Maryanne L'estrange
|Project Waitangi Meeting with Community Organisations to Discuss 1990||Project Waitangi||Notes from the meeting bringing together Pakeha organisations to explore and organize with a focus on the Treaty for events in 1990.||
Introduction, Overview, Options, Discussion, Plans for 1990, Feedback from Groups, Discussion
|Project Waitangi Nationa 1988 meeting minutes - August 6-7||Project Waitangi||Minutes of National Project Waitangi meeting August 1988.||
Regional reports; National office; 1990 coalition; Communication;Funding; Education; Commonwealth comes; Waitangi Day 1989; Appendix to minutes - Regional reports; People attending national meeting;
|Project Waitangi National meeting - 25-26 August 1990||Project Waitangi||Minutes of Project Waitangi national meeting August 1990||
Responsibility of meeting; reports from groups; Tino Rangatiratanga register; Cultural identity booklet; National anti-racism training gathering; closure of national office; Networking/Newsletter; Resource production and distribution; anti-racism training, fees, skills, etc; Waitangi Tribunal; Regionalisation of tasks; Media spokesperson; New name for Project Waitangi; Isues for discussion at next AGM; Network mail list 1993.
|Project Waitangi National Meeting - 9-10 December 1988||Project Waitangi||Minutes of the Project Waitangi National meeting||
Defining regional boundaries; 1990; How regions are seen by the communty; Non conservative and conservative Maori groups; Decision making and authority; Maori and the criminal justice report; resource management law reform; fisheries; Parliamentary Commission for the environmet; Women's Affairs; Maori affairs; training; Regional kits; 1989 Waitangi Day Plans
|Project Waitangi Open Letter To All Members of the 1990 Commission||Project Waitangi||Open letter to the 1990 Commission seeking an audience with the Commission includes a time line of history between Project Waitangi and the Commission.|
|Project Waitangi Pakeha Debate the Treaty||Project Waitangi||Pamphlet format outlining the kaupapa of Project Waitangi. Also included is call to action 'focus week', contact information and a resource list.||
What is Project Waitangi, Focus Week 6-12 April 1987, Getting Involved, Resources Available
|Project Waitangi Pakeha Debate the Treaty Newsletter - December 1986||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Projet Waitangi includes organising suggesions and resources.||
Editorial, Travel, Wellington Plenary, Consultation, Approaches to National Organisations, Resources, How to get started, Project Waitangi Leaflet, Resource Kit part two; Waitangi Day 1987,Synergy Survey, Continuing education unit Radio NZ, Media, How to get started, Education ourselves, Groups to offer you services to or approach, Arts, Media, Publicity, Education system, Reading list
|Project Waitangi Pakeha Debate the Treaty Newsletter - February 1987||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi||
Clippings, Resources, What's Happening, Focus Week,
|Project Waitangi Pakeha Debate the Treaty Newsletter - June/July 1987||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi includes news and contact details||
Court of Appeal, Waitangi Information Services, What's happening, Press Release, Contact people, Funding
|Project Waitangi Pakeha Debate the Treaty Newsletter - March 1987||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi||
National Focus Week, Evaluation, Press Release, Regional news, Project Waitangi introduction