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|
|An overview of Tertiary reforms in Education and their significance for Maori||Walker, Ranginu||"This paper is predicated on the premise that the gaps between Maori and Pakeha in education, helath, employment and economic development are an artefact of our colonial history." "It is against the backdrop of power that this paper looks at the Maori struggle for emancipation and its facilitation by the reform of tertiary education in the 1990s."||
Introduction; The Hunn report; Ka Awatea 1991; Te Puni Kokiri Gaps report 1998; The Gaps committee 2000; Decades of disparity 2003; The Maori response to the gaps; The Maori educational development conference 1984; Wananga; Educational reforms 1990; Te Wananga o Aotearoa; Te Wananga o Awanuiarangi; Claim for capital funding; Treaty compliance; The Tertiary education commission; Conclusion.
|An understanding from which justice comes: Moana Jackson||Jackson, Moana||Moana Jackson is a lawyer with Nga Kaiwhakamarama i nga Ture (The Wellington Maori legal service). He discusses the Treaty of Waitangi and the narrative given by Pakeha and then how Maori have understood the Treaty.|
|Analysis of church history related to Te Iwi Maori and in the main the Auckland Catholic Diocese||Auckland Diocese||
Analysis of church history related to Te Iwi Maori and in the main the Auckland Catholic Diocese - Paper A; Factors influencing the church 1838-1860; Auckland Diocese - the contemporary situation of Te Iwi Maori Katorika - Paper B; The Comtemporary Maori Church scene.
|Anti Racism and Treaty Workers Gathering, April, 1998-Tamaki||Macdonald, Joan||Discussions on Anti Racism and Treaty Workers Gathering in Tamaki 1998, includes programme outline, issues and responses to the gathering that include Treaty and land claims, pakeha work in constitutional change, pro-active planning, letters and responses to the Government on Multilateral Agreement on Investment.||
Greeting by Karen, Joan, Ingrid; Gathering programme; Where are we at/what have we achieved?; Te Whanganui a Tara; Pakeha identity, decolonisation, colonisation, globaliation; Local Government RMA Land Claims; Ethics, accountabiltiy; Noticeboard of personal interests, requests; Network Waitangi AGM; NZQA issues; Copies of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA 1994; Minutes of social responsibilty/workfare meeting, Aotea Chapel, 21 May 1998; Letter to New Zealand First Party, Mr Peters; List of WARC and associated networks; Letter from Prime Minister Rt Hon Jenny Shipley to Joan Macdonald.
|Anti racism education: example of a partnership protocol||Huygens, Ingrid||
Project Waitangi; Background to Project Waitangi; Text of the address given by the General at the launching of Waitangi, 31st October 1986; The projects beginnings; Focus week; A Marae not a paddock, self management not Parliament; Messages from nga iwi - indigenous people of Aotearoa, New Zealand; Table 2 New Processes; Table 4 Resource and power sharing;
|Anti racism resources - folder 1||
|Anti racism resources - folder 2||
|Anti-racist movement fallacies||Sets out list of Anti-racist movement fallacies and replies.|
|Aotearoa - NZ Reo||Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori - Māori Language Commission||Map showing names of cities and major towns in Te Reo and English.|
|Aotearoa 1990 calendar||Healy, Peter||"This calendar highlights important events, milestones and signs of growth in the history of Aotearoa."|
|Aotearoa is Māori Land - Honour the Treaty||unknown||double koru design enclosing the words: Aotearoa is Māori Land, Honour the Treaty, Stop the Celebrations|
|Aotearoa New Zealand beyond 1990: Project Waitangi Christchurch - Stage one||Project Waitangi||This document is for the use of groups wishing to investigate issues of Pakeha culture, racism, and the Treaty of Waitangi. It is divided into five meetings: This document contains: meeting one: Cultural awareness for Pakeha. Objective: to create an awareness of Pakeha culture, its roots and unique characteristics, because if we are to understand the Treaty of Waitangi and racism in our society it helps to understand our own culture. Meeting two: Pakeha culture - to continue from meeting one, looking at Pakeha culture. Meeting three - personal and cultural racism - The treaty of Waitangi was supposed to be a pact between two peoples. Meeting four: How institutions work - The Treaty of Waitangi aimed at partnership between Maori and Pakeha. How do some institutions of our society fail to fulfil this promise?; Meeting five: the Te Atiawa Peoples Claim;||
Book one; basic skills for effective group facilitation; Meeting one - cultural awareness for Pakeha; exercises; fitting into Pakeha society; Meeting two - Pakeha culture; "But - we are all New Zealanders"; Meeting three - personal and cultura racism; Plastic Tikis and other nasty things; Racism: the hidden agenda in early childhood; Meeting four - how institutions work; Waitangi's justice; Nothing to bank by Ranginui Walker; Give us problem children; Meeting five: the Te Atiawa people's claim; Waitangi Tribunal;
|Aotearoa New Zealand beyond 1990: Project Waitangi Christchurch - Stage two||Project Waitangi||This is stage two as a resource on bicultural society. It contains meetings. Meeting one: A bicultural Aotearoa - to discuss the concept of a bicultural society as one in which two different cultures are actively respected in that society. Meeting two: The Treaty of Waitangi - to understand the Treaty of Waitangi, the commitments made under it, and the way in which these commitments have worked out in practice since 1840. Meeting three: Parihaka 1879-1882. Meeting four: how institutions work - to look more deeply at the institutions of our society, to work out who has power within them, ad to work out who benefits from them. Meeting five: visions of a bicultural society - to have each person consider their own vision of a bicultural society and to consider how this might be achieved.||
Introduction; What you will need; Meeting one: a bicultural Aotearoa; the situation since the 1850's; Meeting two: the Treaty of Waitangi; The Treaty of Waitangi; The meaning of the Treaty; The Treaty of Waitangi by R.J. Walker; Meeting three: Parihaka 1879-1882. Legislation betrays the Treaty of Waitangi; Meeting four: how institutions work; Maori Council succeds in case against Crown; The Maori language Bill another Maori Claytons?; Institutional racism DSW Tamaki Makau Rau; Recommendations; Meeting five: visions of a bicultural society
|Apartheid Label 'Abhorrent'||NZPA||Reported response from Hon Matiu Rata to Waitangi Action Representatives in Geneva calling for the boycott of New Zealand Commonwealth games on the basis that New Zealand "practices apartheid"|
|Apec, Māori and the Treaty: Fact Sheet 3||APEC Monitoring Group||A fact sheet discussing what 'APEC' is and how APEC affects Maori. It also lists a number of Treaty issues||
What is APEC?; Who is APEC?; How does APEC affect Maori?; What about Maori as workers?; Do governments have to do these things?; What does this have to do with the Treaty?; Are there any benefits to Maori from APEC?; The Aotearoa/New Zealand APEC Monitoring Group
|APW-1 - Archive Project Waitangi box of resources||Project Waitangi||A collection of various resources relating to The Treaty of Waitangi collated by Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau.||
Project Waitangi Tamakaki Inc. Archives project -- The Treaty of Waitangi: a pakeha perspective December 16987 -- Project Waitangi workshop panui: Karena Way facilitator and members of Project Waitangi -- Project Waitangi stage 2: meeting three: after the Treaty: parihaka 1879-1882 -- Newspaper article: The separation of colour and state -- We of Project Waitangi want to invite you to a meeting -- centennial re-enactment of signing Treaty 1940 -- Common questions and response - Mitzie Nairn -- Te Wero: the challenge -- NBR Weekend review: Treaty of Waitangi nation's keystone Oct 21 1988 -- Sir William Martin: one time chief Justice -- Fitting into Pakeha society -- The Treaty and human rights -- Features: New times, new racism by Paul Spoonley -- Tourangatira: the assembly place by Peter Cooke -- Newspaper articel - The thorny quesion of biculturalims - The Dominion Dec 27 1990 -- Newspaper article - Spiritual bond of the treaty gives life - The Dominion Dec 24 1990 -- Newspaper article - Racism and the Treaty of Waitangi - The Dominion Dec 265 1990 -- NZ Listener article - The laughing revolutionary - Sep 16 1989 -- More Magazine article - Te Wero, The challenge by Jane England -- Policy for bi-culturualism -- Our responses to some commonly asked questions about the Treaty -- NZ Listener article - Mana Maori by Gordon Campbell and Anthony Hubbard -- Newspaper article - John Gulley sets sail for NZ's greener pastures - The Dominion Jan 14 1991 -- NZ Nursing Journal article - Equalising the partnership - April 1989 -- Newspaper article - Treaty fight over fish - The Dominion Feb 9 1988 -- NZ Listener article - Access, not crackdown by Ranginui Walker - Dec 10 1988 -- Newspaper article - Revolutions on collision course - Evening Post Jan 31 1990 -- NZ Listener article - Nganeko Minhinnick, guardian on ght Manukau - Feb 11-17 1991 -- Newspaper article - No going back on Waitangi - The Dominion -- Newspaper article - Treaty key to NZ Human rights - The Dominion May 25 1989 -- Newspaper article - Treaty past, treaty present - Teh Dominion aug 13 1988 -- Newspaper article - Unsung heroes of Titokowarus War -- Newspaper article - The war that Hone Heke won - the Dominion aug 16 1986 -- Newspaper article - a gaping hole in NZ history - The Dominnion Aug 23 1986 -- NZ recent Law Review - Maori issues 1 by A L Mikaere - June 1989 -- Newspaper article - Tales of our forgotten heroes are still worth telling - The Dominion Aug 11 1991 -- NZ Listener article - The end of the Moriori by Michael King - Nov 6 1989 -- Newspaper article - How the Treaty of Waitangi came to be signed - The evening Post Jan 9 1990 -- Newpaper article - Settlers' Week: the Settlement of Petone - The Evening Post Jan 20 1990 -- Auckland Metro article - The land Wars of - April 1986 -- Te Ao Hurihui - Land: Maori view and European response by Douglas Sinclair -- Te Ao Hurihuri - Land since the Treaty: the nibgle, the bite, the swallow by Douglas SInclair -- North & South - Learning to live with the Waitangi Triunal: the facts withoug fear by pat Booth -- Department of Health ciruclar memorandum No. 1986/70: Treaty of Waitangi and Maori health -- Inventory of Racism: How to look for institutional racism by Judy Katz -- Maori illness and healing seminar - mental helath: a case for reform by M Marsden, 5 Sep 1986 -- Bulletin Vol. 11 No. 3&4 - Children, race and racism: how race awareness develops -- Politically sound Pakeha backlash by Rob Steven -- Metro article - Te Pakeha: the search for white identity by Carroll Wall -- PPTA journal article - The policies of deceoption - avoiding accountability to the Maori people by Keith Thorsen May 1987 -- British Settlers and the land by Rollo Arnold -- NZ Nursing Journal - Hauora: an indictment on social equality - Sep 1988 -- A history of oppression? an egalitarian society? - Signs of the world to come -- Beyond guild: a handbook on racism -- Ism Schism: definitions of bi-culturalism by keni Johanni-Piahana -- Cultural perspecitives in Psychiatric nursing: a Maori viewpoint -- Department of Health cirucular memorrandum: Treaty of Waitangi and its implications for the health services - May 9 1988 -- Set No. one 1989 itme 12 - What's keeping them back? Life choices and life chances by Ronald Sultana -- Set No. one 1989 item 13 - Will it hurt? teaching in Maori, or Pitjantjatjara by Ricahrd Benton -- Features: aspirations and ideology - aspirations and ideology: biculturalism and multiculturalism in New Zealand education by Judith Simon -- Maori families: the support system - Hana Tukukino -- The New Zealand Education Gazette - Maori education - Vol. 70 No. 5, 15 Mar 1991 -- National Education ep 1984 - Good intentions, but... Judith Simon discusses the findings of her reserarch on Pakeha teachers' views of Maori children -- Closing address by counsel for Kai Tahu claimants, Tuahiwi Marae, Rangiora 14 aug 1989 -- Bicultural societies: preparing teachers for bicultural classrooms: Alaskan parallels by Barbara Harrison -- the meaning of biculturalism by R J Walker -- Problems in Cross-cultural communication by Judith Simon -- On being culturally sensitve: the art of gathering and eating kina wihout pricking yourself on the finger - Linda Tuhiwai Smith -- NZ Nursing Journal, Apirl 1989 - Roots of Racism -- Metro article - Rina Rata and the pwoers that be a story of a clas of cultures by Christine Young -- Metro artcle - Atareta Poananga and Te Ahi Kaa: what do Maori nationalists want? -- Te Ruananga o ngai Tamarawaho, Huria Marae - Oct 1987 -- Corporations undermine treaty - May 1988 -- Nga korero o te wa: a summary of decisons, events and plans throughout new Zealand - Nov 15 1988 -- Metro article - Te Karanga o te iwi: the way ahead -- Maori values and the family court -- the Maori struglle against white racism's destruction of our resources by Betty Williams -- Adapting to climate change - policy recommendations fromteh Maori working group -- You carry your own damn umbrealla by Tania Kaaki -- Maori Land Incorporation -- PPTA Journal 1990 - an understanding from which justice comes by Moana Jackson -- Indigenous "Human' rights in New Zealand from and international perspective -- Legislation and discretion -- History of the departmen -- NBR Weekend Review - The Treaty: a compact of (dis)honour - Dec 9 1988 -- The Treaty of Waitangi - part of New Zealand domestic Law? -- Royal Commisison on Social Policy, Juen 1988 - Treaty of Waitangi -- The Treaty of Waitangi: a talk by Maori lawyer Moana Jackson -- CBRF Journal issue 116 article - Treaty Past - Treaty Present -- Legislation betrays the treaty of Waitangi -- Nga Take i Puawai mai i nga waananga - The Treaty of Waitangi by Mira Szaszy - 27 Jan 1988 -- Waitangi Day address - Chief Judge Durie - at Waitangi 6 February 1989 -- Treaty of Waitangi - extract from lecture by Chief Judge Durie, Wellington School of Medicine, 15 july 1987 -- The authentic and genuine history of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zeland, February 5 and 6 1840 -- Political Theatre Symposium: Magdalena Maori Aotearoa workshop series - based in Paekakariki.
|APW-2: Project Waitangi: Resources Box 2||Project Waitangi||
|ARC||Antiracism Crew||In house letter of support by ARC, anti-racism crew, a national network committed to a sustainable and just future based on Te Tiriti o Waitangi, for young people committed to the same vision.|
|As you can see there are two documents: the Treaty in Maori (including its translations into English) and the English version||Network Waitangi||
What happens when two treaties are interpreted differently? ; The Treaty ; Te TIriti o Waitangi ; Treaty of Waitangi - a translation of the Maori text ; An English Verson
|Aspects of a Maori world view||Herzog, Christine||Provides a list of concept of a Maori world view, a description in English, who it relates to, what do we know and what do we do, how do we do it, when, where and why.|