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|
|New Times, new racism||Spoonley, Paul||
New Racism: Power to the Pakeha; Fortysomething, Grey Power and Kohanga Reo; Post-modetarism: the privilege of employment; The Politics of Post-Fordism; Haka performed by Waka Huia, 1989 Polynesian Festival. Translated by Bob Hill.
|Treaty of Waitangi Hui Programme 4-6 February 1985||Steering Committee - Waitangi National Marae||A programme brief and camping guide for attendees of the Treaty of Waitangi Hui held at the Waitangi National Marae 1985.||
Programme, Steering Committee, Objectives, Future Commemoration, Follow up recommendations from Ngaruiawahia, Treaty of Waitangi Amendment Bill, Guide Times.
|Definition and analysis of White racism||Steinberg, D||"Racism has become a prominent subject these days. It has been "discovered" in much the same way as Captain Cook "discovered" NZ - it had had a factual existence for a long time previously. Suddenly racism becomes a word on everyone's lips; concern with racism becomes a national phenomenon." This paper looks at the distinctions between prejudice and bigotry and racism.|
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi - The Treaty of Waitangi||Stevens, S T||This document gives an explanation to understand why the Treaty of Waitangi exists and what makes it our founding document and the nature of the country it was signed in.||
What was our country like in 1840? ; Market economy of Maori from 1820's; Until the signing of the Treaty New Zealand was an independent country; Maori had many reasons for wanting British involvemet; A formal relationship begins; Why have the Treaty at all? ; The Treaty of Waitangi was signed!
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi||Stevens, S. T.||
What was our country like in 1840?, Why Have the Treaty At All?, The Treaty of Waitangi Was Signed!
|What was in it for Maori? What was in it for the Pakeha?||Stevens, S.T.||Four points are made as to what Maori and Pakeha thought they would gain as a result of the Treaty signing. These include; proper control of trade growth, control of how and where new immigrants were settled, a legal system common to both Maori and settlers and control of land sales.|
|Report on the Opportunity Class 1975||Tahana, A||Reports on the establishment of a class which aimed to help 'pupils at a point of crisis'.||
Introduction, Selection of Pupils, Organisation, Programme,Philosophy, Scheme of Work
|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.
|Information Sheet - "Iwi versus Multi Tribal"||Tamihere, John||This paper makes a case for the rights of inclusion of urban Maori groupings (where members do not specifically whakapapa or interact with traditional tribal groups), Waipareira and Hoani Waititi Marae. The author argues that the historical and political realities that have resulted in the 'Waipareira Way' are a legitimate and powerful representative body of multi tribalism.||
Introduction, Facts you should know,The Waipareira Way,Mandate/Representation.
|A summary of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in plain English||Tangata Tiriti||
Introduction; First; Second; Third; Fourth (Spoken Promise)
|Taranaki Hospital Board - Memo to Heads of Department||Taranaki Hospital Board||Memo to Heads of Departments, 17 March 1987 regarding the Awhina programme and recommendations to reflect the importance of building and achieving a holistic perspective of halth.||
Memo; The Awhina Programme - Background; Who are Awhina; Rationale; Visit of Awhina representatives to the Taranaki Hospital Board; Comment; The Taranaki Hospital Board is not responsible for payment of these services.
|Biculturalism and the institutions of feminism||Taranaki Polytechnic: Te Kuratini o Taranaki||Panui advertising talks at a public meeting. Three meetings were organised in Taranaki from June 28-29, at Te Kura Matatini o Taranaki and Citizens Advice Bureau. Talks included, Jane Kelsey - The Traty of Waitangi and Free-Market politics of the Government and Biculturalism and the institutions of feminism.|
|Planning and Development: A speech||Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaaahu||A speech by Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu to a conference focused on commercial management and development of resources. Te Arikinui draws on historical references for managing resources, mentions the wisdom of Tupuna and encourages participants to draw from kaupapa Maori principals of resource management in future planning.||
|Draft Guidelines for the Cultural Safety Component in Nursing and Midwifery Education||Te Kaunihera Tapuhi o Aotearoa - Nursing Council of New Zealand||A draft document of guidelines for Cultural Safety components in nursing and midwifery. See content headings for detail.||
Cultural Safety Education, Cultural Safety Principles, Cultural Safety Catorgories, Cultural Safety Process and Outcomes, Cultural Safety Teaching, Cultural Safety Course Outcomes, Content of Cultural Safety Courses, Teaching and Learning Process, Assessment of Student Learning, The State Examination, Evaluation, Management of Cultural Safety Education, The Education Setting, Marae Visits, Characteristics required of Cultural Safety Teachers, Cultural Safety Teachers Minimum Qualifications and Experience, Cultural Safety Course for all Nursing and Midwifery Teachers, Cultural Safety Audit, Contributors, Glossary, Resource List.
|News from the Chairperson - Nursing Council of New Zealand||Te Kaunihera Tapuhi o Aotearoa = Nursing Council of New Zealand||
Council Activities; Strageic direction; Council membership; Centeary of Nursing registration - 2001; Documentation standards; Regulatory bodies meeting; Cultural safety; state examination; Additional qualifications; Competence to practise; Staff.
|Tino Rangatiratanga flag||Te Kawariki||Produced as a result of a competition run by Te Kawariki in 1989 and released in 1990|
|The Maori nation - where to from here. A summary of the discussions||Te Kawariki||Includes letter to members regarding Waitangi Day and plans outlined for 1995 and drive for Maori independence.||
Issues of the day; Treaty settlement proposals; Principles of development; Constitutional development; Political structures; Summary of the hui; 20 ways to take away your Treaty rights; Tino Rangatiratanga.
|Your Treaty Rights are Under Threat!||Te kawariki||A briefing paper including recommendations to a hui (unknown event)opposing the Crown's proposed fiscal envelope for Treaty Settlements.||
The Settlement of Treaty Claims, The Crown Proposal, The Maori Negotiators Deal, The Alternative, Recommendations
|Taonga Tuku Iho -Pou Whenua: Karanga-ā-Hape||Te Kawerau ā-Maki Trust||Photograph of the Pou Whenua at Karanga-ā-hape (Cornwallis). The story of the carving is on the reverse side in black and white in te reo Māori.|
|Pou whenua - Arataki||Te Kawerau ā-Maki Trust||Photograph of the Pou Arataki (Arataki Information Centre, Waitakere Information Centre). The story of the carving is on the reverse side in black and white in te reo Māori.|