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|
|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 aspects of Maori culture||Treaty Resource Centre||A handout produced to help with the general aspects of Māori Culture||
General ; Meeting others ; Communication ; Acknowledgement
|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
|Some extracts of statements from the Catholic Bishops' Conference||Network Waitangi & Associates||Statements from a commemoration year for Aotearoa-New Zealand 1990 and from the Treaty of Waitangi in Today's perspective|
|Some laws which breach the Treaty of Waitangi||Network Waitangi||A list of laws with explanations, from 1841 to 1993, that have breached the Treaty of Waitangi.|