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|
|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
|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.|
|Aspects of Treaty application||Treaty Resource Centre||
Equity for Maori; knowing self; working with others; Treaty relationships
|Assignment 1: Te Tiriti O Waitangi||Herzog, Christine||"What is at stake in a disagreement is the right to specify what the facts can hereinafter be said to be. Disagreements are not settled by the facts but are the means by which the facts are settled". This essay considers the meaning of Te Tiriti O Waitangi as it was understood in the context of the facts presented and related at the time of signing in 1840.||
Introduction, Status of Maori text and English version, The Articles, Relationship among the Articles, Conclusion, Reference List
|Auckland Area Health Board Policy on biculturalism||CCANZ; programme on Racism||
Definitions; Policy; strategies; equity; employment; Maori skills; bicultural understanding and respect; enviroment; objectives and outcome.
|Auckland City Council - Treaty Training||Treaty Resource Centre||
Aspects of Treaty application --Whiria Te Muka tangata: The Maori Responsiveness Framework -- Letter from Auckland City Council to Treaty Resource Centre -- correspondence -- Human Resources Workshop feedback form -- Biculturalism - Kakano rua --Whai a tihi: Auckland City Maori Staff Network -- Te Tiriti pack -- Treaty Related strategies -- Collation of evaluation forms -- The treaty at work -- Bicultural information steering grou workshop -- Your introduction to Auckland City -- Course information -- Other for Papakura Council -- Treaty of Waitangi refresher course -- Treaty of Waitangi historical facts -- Nga Korowai Matauranga -- Kakano Tahi -- Kakano rua b
|Auckland College of Education Treaty Training and Ministry of Justice Treaty Training||Auckland College of Education||Training resources for workshops on te Tiriti o Waitangi for ACE and MOJ.|
|Auckland Hospital Board planning, services and works committee - 23/5/1988||Carrington Hospital Board||Hospital Board internal correspondence regarding action taken in regard to suspending Mrs T Harawira and the subsequent request that her suspension be lifted. Contains resolutions by Sir Frank Rutter and a panui for the public outlining Judge pain's sentencing of Titewhai Harawira and Carrington Hosptials Maori staff and rally for support to have them released.||
Letter to General Manager 23/5/88; Resolutions put to the meeting by Sir Frank Rutter; letter of current situation regarding Mrs Harawira; Public panui - The carrigton scapegoat ... the Whare Paia; But what is really going on?; Creation of the Whare Paia; The trial; Things you can do to help; Background reading
|Auckland Workers Education Association - Correspondence||AWEA||Correspondence to and from Auckland Workers Education Association from 1989 to 2015|
|Awareness of Racism and Anti-Racist strategies for ECE - A Course Report and outline||Awareness of Racism and Anti-Racist strategies for ECE||The report of the workings of the Awareness of Racism and Anti-Racist strategies for ECE working group. Course outlines.||
Report,What is Racism, Why anti-racsim, Summary of Advice, Anti Racism Guidelines for all working parties to consider when implementing 'before five', Anti Racism considerations for the working party formulating National Guidelines, Charters and Licences, Implementing a anti racist early childhood programme
|Awatere on intellectuals||Awatere Huata, Donna||"The University is built on Maori land, by proceeds taken from Maori land. Our people died defending that land. The University therefore represents the aggression and anti-Maori people hostility of colonial invaders. For Maori people the Auckland University Centennial is no cause for joyous celebration."||
Academic fragmentation or visionary unity; The Pakeha intellectuals; The Maori intellectual; From the past comes the present.
|AWD Australia - An Ecumenical Movement of People for Justice and Peace||none||Newsletter articles addressing social justice issues with a focus on racism and poverty.||
What is Racism, The colours of injustice, Gulf between Black and White, Black Problem or White Problem, Origins of Racism, Connection between Racism and Sexism, Guidelines for Inclusive Language, Housing and Poverty, Exploding Myths about Poverty, Horrendous Budget for the Poor, People News, Anti-bases Campaign, Kiribati
|Background events related to current Foreshore/Seabed issue||unknown||
16th -17th centuries events; Events list from 1763 to 2005; Stakeholders in Foreshore/Seabed issues.
|Backgrounder - Te Tino Rangatiratanga||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||This briefing paper explores the breath and meaning of the expression Te Tino Rangatiratanga.||
Backgrounder - Te Tino Rangatiratanga
|Backgrounder: the government's proposals for the foreshore and seabed||Peace Movement Aotearoa||In June 2003 the Court of Appeal ruled that Maori customary title to foreshore and seabed had never been legally extinguished and could be investigated by the Maori Land Court.||
Why are we opposed to the proposals? ; Is this a peace issue? ; Is this a Maori versus non-Maori issue? ; Are there positive ways forward? ; Where you can get more information; Support the foreshore and seabed hikoi!