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.
You can search by keyword or by categories, e.g., Formal group, (groups that feature in the resource); Sector (housing, health, education, media, etc.); Historical period; Format (type of resource, e.g., pamphlet, poster, report, letter, etc.) Your feedback and suggestions are appreciated.
|Title||Primary author||Content description||Table of contents|
|Race Relations||unknown||Brief summaries with further references and study questions on issues realted to New Zealand Race Relations.||
Social Change and Race Relations, Conflict and Race Relations, Continuity and Race Relations, Short History of Race Relations in New Zealand, Sociological Perspectives on Race Relations, Approaches to Studying Race Relations.
|Race Relations in New Zealand: is it a Time Bomb?||Laidllaw, Christopher||Chris Laidlaw discusses race relations in Aotearoa and reflects on what he has learnt as the Race Relations Conciliator over three years. He discusses the evolutionary development of the relationship between races and cultures in New Zealand|
|Race Relations or saving oneself from the grip of the devouring serpent||Turia, Tariana||Tariana Turia speaks to the National Press Club about 'Maori issues' but in particular Race Relations.|
|Race Relations: speech to the Lower Hutt Probus Club - June 1993||Clarke, John||In his speech to the Lower Hutt Probus Club, John Clarke, Race Relations Conciliator, starts by outlining the Role of the Race Relations Office and his time as Chief Executive of Manatu Maori (The Ministry of Maori Affairs). He discusses the Treaty of Waitangi as an enduring obligation to fairness and equity, the onset of the Land Wars and the disparity between Maori and Non-Maori and indigenous issues.|
|Racism - How it relates to other Oppression||Hamilton Abuse Intervention Project||This matrix looks at the affect of institutional and personal racism alongside other forms of oppression in relation to social isolation, emotional, sexual and economic abuse, status, threats, children and levels of violence.||
A matrix of headings include: Non White Racism, Women-Sexism, Ageism, Homophobia, Non Christian, Classism, Deaf People, Isolation, Emotional Abuse, Economic Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Privilege, Threats, Using Children, Violence.
|Racism - illustrative resources||none||These papers contain examples and scenarios of racism experienced and expressed in New Zealand. The Cartoons illustrate.||
Overcharging, Cartoons, Mental Illness in Jewry, Race Problems
|Racism and rental accommodation - Report No. 14||The Offices of the Race Relations Conciliator||
Racism and rental accommodation; The survey; The law; Race Relations Office; Causes of discrimination in rental accommodation
|Racism and young children||Lane, Jane E.||A page from a broader article which focuses on how children articulate concepts of racial difference negatively from a young age, how the socialization process includes the 'rightness of whiteness' and internalizing of oppression.|
|Racism as a barrier in the delivery of health care||Nairn, Mitzi||New Perspectives on Race is an organisation which exists to run education and awareness courses for Pakeha individuals and groups. This paper is from a series of lectures, with this one regarding Maori and other Polynesian health and the delivery of health care to those people|
|Racism in children's books||Low, Andrea||Serial containing articles from a network of national artists who develop or assist a wide range of community based initiatives and projects||
Greetings, Statement from artworkers hui, Iritekura Marae, Walking the dawn, blow, changing opinions the other side of the world, let them all talk, into it, Northland Youth Theatre 88 festival season.
|Racism in the English language||Moore, Robert, B.||This essay discusses the many ways in which the English language reflects and promotes racism.||
Language and culture; A short play on "black" and "white" words; Obvious bigotry; Color symbolism; Ethnocentrism or from a white perspective; Passive tense; Politics and Terminology; "Loaded words" and Native Americans; "Loaded words and Africans"; Qualifying adjectives; Speaking English.
|Racism is also rape||HART - Aotearoa anti-apartheid Movement|
|Racism: international trends - implications for CCANZ Programme on Racism||CCANZ||"This paper has grown out of a conversation in discussion of the future tasks of the CCANZ through its Programme on Racism. This looks at their work in the wider international context.|
|Racism: The hidden agenda in early childhood. How a child born into a racist society learns to operate within it.||Scott, Bob||This paper addresses the racism embedded in the dominant culture as normative and how these values are transferred to children. Examples are provided on how to counter racism through conscious anti racist interventions including myth busters, and notes the importance of diversity while honouring the Treaty.|
|Radicals, racism and revolution?: the development of services for Maori people at Carrinngton Hospital||Quinlan, Janet||A former principal nurse's view of the Carrington Maori Unit. Outlines the function of the Whare Hui, Kohanga Reo, Whare Paia, and the Maori hostel. Comments on the influence of Titewhai Harawira, Maori coordinator of the Maori unit.|
|Rangatiratanga, Rationalism and the immigration ACT||Jackson, Moana||
Introduction; The Treaty as immigration ACT; The present Government Policy; The ideology of new immigraion; The Treaty and the ACT; The Act and its consequences; Conclusion
|Raupatu: the search for justice||Mahuta, R.T||This paper outlines some of the means by which the longstanding grievances of the Tainui people over Raupatu (land confiscation) may be addressed. Specifically, it describes the outcomes that the Tainui Maori Trust Board wishes to achieve through direct negotiations with the Government.|
|Recent Government activity||Treaty Resource Centre||
Recent Government activity ; Recent Government activity (education) ; Recent approaches to the Treaty.
|Reconcilling biculturalism and multiculturalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand||King, Michael; Haas, Anthony; Hill, Richard S||This paper was informed by a paper presented on 12 Nov 2003 by Anthony Haas and Richard Hill to the New Zealand futures Trust on the theme of the challenging interface between bi-culturalism and multiculturalism and the life and work, over three decades of Michael King. This paper reflects on the journey seeking a socially cohesive, multi-ethnic New Zealand future, a future of harmonious interaction and cooperation between Maori, Pakeha and all other ethnicities within the nation|
|Recovery of Mana Māori Motuhake through tribal wananga||Winiata, Whatarangi||This paper explores the development of Te Wananga o Raukawa through a historical perspective and a report on contemporary times.||
A historical perspective; The contemporary context; Course of study; Research; hapū and Iwi planning; Tribal resources and activity; Conclusion