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|
|Resources and concepts for Treaty Education||Project Waitangi||
Irihapeti Ramsden: Cultural safety: implementing the concept: the social force of nursing and midwifery; Kawa whakaruruhau: Cultural safety in nursing education in Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Mitzi Nairn: Some Liberation Theory; The faces of Racism – Puao-Te-Ata-Tu 1986; PCS model; Some personal Anti-racism strategies; Commitment to combat racism; Questions to use in analysis with organisations
Mason Durie: The CHI Model - a culturally appropriate auditing model
Karen Way: Consultation with Maori – a flow chart for non-Maori ; Roles and responsibilities of Kawanatanga - discussion paper
Takawai Murphy: Te Tiriti o Waitangi / The Treaty of Waitangi
Dawn Danby and Pennie Brownlee: Te Tino Rangatiratanga
Dr N. Rasalingam: Valuing ethnic diversity/New Zealand towards 2000
Joan MacDonald: Handwritten – The Knowledge wheel
Race Relations: 150 years of European laws
|Resources for working on racism||CCANZ||
Some liberation theory; Appendix III, Puao te ata tu - The faces of racism; Culture; Anti discrimination practice; Commitment to combat racism; Some personal anti-racism strategies; What is racism; Resources; Strategies for change; Some questios to use in analysis; Anti-racism workbook part one and two.
|Responses to PM's Republic Call||Morning Report||Transcript of interviews on Radio New Zealand's Morning Report on the question of Republicanism. Inteview includes comments from Labour leader Helen Clark, Maori Council member Manu Paul and commentator Derek Fox.|
|Return to sender! : the fiscal envelope policy: divide and rule for the '90s||"The Government is about o put in place a programme that it hopes will get rid of Treaty of Waitangi claims forever"|
|Rituals of encounter||Way, Karena||Explains the encounters ritual passed down by ancestors to present day Tangata Whenua who have a turangawaewae with the marae. Discussing, Kawa, waewae tapu, kaumatua and kuia, attending a marae event and the processes from beginning to end.|
|Role Play 1: Employment||unknown||A scripted role play illustrating racism in employment and the workplace.||
Scene, Characters, Action
|Roles and responsibilities of kawanatanga||Way, Karena||A discussion paper by Karena Way in regards to the roles and responsibilities of Kawanatanga, including key accountabilities from preamble to Tiriti o Waiatngi.|
|Rural resources and rural plannig: Land ownership patterns - Land tenure and Maori Land||Miller, Land|
|Sanford Endorses Allocation of Fisheries Assets||Sanford Ltd||Media release expressing Sanford Ltd's endorsement of Treaty Tribes Coalition call for action on Maori Fisheries Allocation.||
Mediacom - release - Sanford
|School Certificate: the hurdle||unknown||Puts together some of the evidence and arguments about school certificate with a particular focus on the impact on Māori.|
|SEAFIC Backs Te Ohu Kaimoana Fisheries Model||Seafood Industry Council||Seafood Industry Council press release endorsing the allocation of Maori fishing assets as proposed by Te Ohu Kaimoana Fisheries Allocation Model.||
|Separation||unknown||This page addresses questions raised around the fear that bi-culturalism will separate Maori and Pakeha. It reports the findings of an unknown committee addressing questions of bi-cultural development.|
|Services to Maori - National Library||National Library||Web content from on the National Library describing services to Maori||
Services to Maori, Takawaenga-a-Rohe, Komiti Whakahaere, Fucntions of the Services to Maori Unit, Komitit Matua, Maori Collections and Services, Starting points for Maori Internet resources, Further Information
|Settlement of the Waikato Claim - A Tainui Special||Tainui Maori Trust Board||This resources explores issues and questions related to raupatu and the Waikato settlement claim including a historical overview, an analysis of settlement principles and process with the Crown including post settlement options.||
The Crown's position on claims, Tainui's response to the Crown, Crown drafts settlement principles, The post-settlement phase.
|Settlers discard the treaty: biting the hand that feeds||Temm, Paul B.|
|Seventh Anti-racism and Treaty Workers gathering and Network Waitangi AGM - February 3rd to 6th 1995||AWEA||
Enrolment form; Network Waitangi; Tritii and antiracism workers conference, suggest actions; Resolutions from 7th Nationa Non-Maori Anti-racism and Treaty workers gathering held at Taurikura, Whangarei Heads, 3-6 Feb 1995; NZ Herald article - Foreign threat to Maori push; Aotearoa Action Coalition; Press release; handwritten notes.
|Significance of Principles||unknown||The document includes summary and notes drawn from case law, Acts, commissions, and Tribunal reports that relate to principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.||
Significance of Principles: Historical, Advantages,Disadvantages, Current Position.
|Sixth annual Treaty Workers and Network Waitangi AGM - September 17-19th, 1993 at Bshy Park Lodge, Kai Iwi, Wanganui||AWEA||Annual antiracism and Treaty Workers gathering, giving feedback on regional groups. Includes Network Waitangi AGM notes.||
Enrolment form; Regional reports; AGM
|Social and political context: Te Tiriti o Waitangi bi-cultural quiz||unknown||20 question for understanding Bi-culturalism|
|Some education responses to Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Daley, Glenys||A list of Govt responses to Te Tiriti, the Govt. policy and an explanation.||
Model; Assimilation; Integration; Separate Developments/Self Determination; Partnership/Biculturalilsm; Honour Te Tiriti