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|
|Project Waitangi: Pakeha debate the treaty: Background to Project Waitangi||Project Waitangi||This document discusses the background to Project Waitangi and its aims and looks at the court appeal decision of the Maori Council and the Government in regards to land dispute transferring of Crown land to the new corporations.||
The court of appeal decision
|Project Waitangi: Pakeha debate the treaty: Panui||Project Waitangi||Promotional brochure explaining what is Project Waitangi, and their aims for Pakeha to study and debate the Treaty of Waitangi in order to understand Pakeha commitments under the treaty. Includes information on available resources.|
|Project Waitangi: Pakeha debate the treaty: Report of activities Jan/Feb 1988||Project Waitangi||Report on national activities||
Publications; submissions; Training courses; Regional Groups; Waitangi information; 1990 commemoration; publicity; travel and new regional group; youth project
|Project Waitangi: Pakeha debate the treaty: Report on the national office activities - October 1st 1986 - November 21st 1987||Project Waitangi||Report on National Office activities||
Background to Project Waitangi; Launching; Focus Week; Information and Resources; Press Release and media; Consultation and Maori networks; Regional groups, Networks, National organisations and contacts; Tauranga special project; Training; Waitangi Consultancy Group.
|Project Waitangi: Pakeha debate the treaty: resource kit, part one||Project Waitangi||"This resource kit has been produced for use by community groups and organisations. It is part one in a series of four kits for groups wishing to begin to understand their role as Pakeha under the Treaty of Waitangi. Part one is a starter kit, with information, short exercises and reports that hope to trigger discussion in community groups" - Maryanne L'Estrange||
Introduction to Project Waitangi and its aims; Section One: Treaty; Section Two: Pakeha Culture; Section Three: Racism; Section Four: Ongoing issues
|Project Waitangi: Pakeha debate the treaty: resource kit, part three||Project Waitangi||This kit has been produced for use by community groups and organisations. It is part three in a series of four kits". - Maryanne L'Estrange||
Section one: Treaty of Waitangi, Declaration of Independence, The Treaty of Waitangi - an explanation - Sir Apirana Ngata, Bibliography of the Treaty - Lesley Smith; Section two: Pakeha Culture, Pakeha culture and partnershiip - an exercise, National Youth Council -Journey towards biculturalism; YWCA - a herstory of racism awareness; Secton three: Maori challenge unanswered - Piripi Walker, Drawbridge - an antiracism activity, Definitions; Section four: State owned enterprises Bill, Backgrounders and implications
|Project Waitangi: Pakeha debate the treaty: resource kit, part two||Project Waitangi||" This kit has been produced for use by community groups. It is part two in a series of four kits". - Maryanne L'Estrange||
Section One: Treaty; Section Two: Pakeha Culture; Section Three: Racism; Section Four: Ongoing issues
|Project Waitangi: Pakeha debate the treaty: the Projects beginnings||Project Waitangi||
The projects beginnings; management; resources; focus week; letter from Governor general - 15 Sep 1986; The Treaty of Waitangi; Progress Report - August 1986; December 1986 Newsletter; November 1986 Newsletter; February 1987 Newsletter
|Project Waitangi: Public seminar - finding a way forward. The Treaty of Waitangi and constitutional change into the 21st Century||Durie, Mason||Mason Durie gives his Keynote address at a public seminar in Palmertston North on Constitutional Change around the world as well as New Zealand. He discusses the Declaration of Independence in 1835, the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi 1840 and Maori Sovereignty.|
|Project Waitangi: submission to the Electoral Law Committee - 31 Januay 1988||Collins, E.A||A submission to the Electoral Law Committee from Project Waitangi discussing the following: The status of the Treaty of Waitangi, the principle of partnership and the notion of democracy. Project Waitangi believe the Treaty is the basis of Pakeha culture and are committed to structural change based on the treaty.|
|Project Waitangi: submission to the Treaty of Waitangi (State Enterprises) Bill - January 1988||Project Waitangi||Project Waitangi's submission discusses the Treaty of Waitangi (State Enterprise) bill as a bill that will reinforce the standing of the Waitangi Tribunal and puts in place a mechanism whereby major land claims arising from the past breaches of the Treaty can be properly dealt with.|
|Project Waitangi: Treaty education proposal - August 1988||Project Waitangi||A report/proposal to conduct a nationwide Treaty of Waitangi education programme for Pakeha, covering public forums, training, resources and public relations and advertising campaign. Includes: Project Waitangi Hamilton/Kirikiriroa - Standards of Practice for workshops||
Nationwide treaty education programme; Rationale; What Project Waitangi is doing; Resource implications; Project Waitangi Hamilton/Kirikiriroa - Standards of Practice for workshops.
|Proposal for Delivery of Bicultural Training for Auckland City Libraries||Martin, Betsan||A letter of introduction and background precedes the content proposal for bicultural training in Auckland City Libraries. The proposal includes a time frame, management and staff training suggested programmes, invited speakers, follow up sessions and costings. Suggested content includes an understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi, bicultural development in the library workplace, and an implementation review.||
Cover letter, Proposal for Bicultural Training - Auckland Libraries, Stages 1-8
|Protocols and ethics for Treaty educators||Network Waitangi||
Outline of ethics for treaty educators; Draft document by Karena Way and Diana Yukich - May 1996: Effective practice policies for Pakeha Tiriti o Waitangi workers; Checklist for effective measurement of performance of Pakeha Tiriti Workers; Treaty Workers who also are responsible for facilitating/organising education/training programmes; Supervisors, facilitators, tutors who are external to the organisation; Diagram showing practice policy for Pakeha Tiriti o Waitangi workers.
|Providing culturally safe/inclusive spaces||WEA||A worksheet to check you are providing culturally safe spaces. Includes a column on What is desirable, and two columns to fill out on What is or could be the equivalent in your own work situation and How do you or could you measure how people experience what you do.|
|Public Pays for Treaty 'separatism'||Young, Audrey||Reported comment made by National Party leader Bill English on Treaty of Waitangi education programmes for state servants. Reference is made to Venn Diagrams which are used in the programme.|
|Purple Pocket Part 1||Nairn, Mitzi. (ed)||Background to the early period of colonisation, including a description of pre-European Māori economics and the impact of colonisation on these systems. A description of colonial ideologies and how these were used to support and justify colonisation by Europeans.||
Introduction; glossary of Māori words and phrases; Māori economic prospects; 1840–1860; supportive ideology; warfare.
|Py Korry! if we only had a "Champion"|
|Questions - Decision Making, Resources, Values||unknown||Each section has questions and related activities which aim to explore how responsive the organisation or institution is to working in partnership and biculturalism.||
Decision making (Politics), Resources (Economics), Values (Culture)
|Questions and answers about Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Te Komihana Tikanga Tangata/Human Rights Commission||
The Maori version; the English version; Our responses to some commonly asked questions about the Treaty; The Human Rights Commission statement on the status of Maori people as Tangata Whenua of Aotearoa New Zealand.