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|
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi and cultural competence: course information||Treaty Resource Centre||A course information sheet describing and detailing an introduction to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and cultural competence||
Purpose of this course; Course content; Kawa; ueries, problems, etc
|Te Tiriti O Waitangi and Early Childhood Education (a course outline)||unknown||This document outlines the purpose of completing this level 4 course as being able to develop an understanding of the context in which Te Tiriti was written and signed, of the meaning of the articles of the Moari text and English version, and of events since 1840 which have led to the current situation, and of the consequences for early childhood education. Key elements, criteria and assessment methods are listed.||
Purpose, Elements, Performance Criteria, Assessment Methods, Recommended Reading
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi and how it relates to Health inequalities||Healthy Christchurch||The hui is to help signatories (and other interested parties) understand the link between their organisation, the Health Christchurch Charter and Te Tiriti o Waitangi and how it can be applied practically to their work to reduce health inequalities.|
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi bookmark||Treaty Conference 2000 Publication Group||Bookmark, Te Tiriti o Waitangi, silver writing|
|Te Tiriti O Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi||Murphy, Takawai||An brief extract offering an explanation of Te Tiriti from Cultural Awareness - Decolonisation, Te Pumaomao - Reclaiming Mana Maori.|
|Te Tiriti O Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi a translation of the Maori text||Network Waitangi Otautahi||This poster like resource includes the wording of Te Tirit/The Treaty and the translation of the Maori text. It raises the question of difference and includes the international law finding that Maori text takes precedence of both counts. Reference is also made to the Declaration of Independence which is included in both Maori and English.||
Te Tiriti O Waitangi, Treaty of Waitangi, An English Version, As you can see there are two documents, The Declaration of Independence of New Zealand.
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi: He Teka||Waitangi Action Committee|
|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!
|Te Tiriti Rapu Mahi||unknown||Brief course outline for a course that focuses on general understanding of Te Tiriti with an application in the workplace.||
Purpose, Learning Outcomes, Assessment Criteria, Content, Learning and Teaching Methods, Basis of Assessment, Evidence of Assessment, Statement of Recognition of Current Competency, Recommended Course Materials
|Te waiora||Reid, Paparangi||Paparangi Reid discusses the history of Maori health and their state of well being pre European arrival and what has happened in Maori health today.|
|Te Wakarite - The Promise (Don't Vote Register)||Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches)||Flyer lays out arguments for joining the No Vote register.||
Labour's Record in the '80s, National Promises for the '90s, So Why Not Vote for Mana Motuhake?, Why Sign the Register?
|Te Wero! Foundation Documents challenge government polices||Methodist & Presbyterian Public Questions Committee Occasional Paper||This booklet is a collection of articles and papers which contribute to the discussion on constitutional reform.||
Introduction, Declaration of Independence, Te Tiriti O Waitangi, Treaty Claims Settlements, Privatisation of Power, Globalisatoin and GATT, Draft UN Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Electoral Reform, Republicanism, The way Ahead: Constitutional Reform, Acknowledgements, Appendices.
|Te whakarite: the promise||Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches)||A advertising brochure/panui to sign the Te Tino Rangatiratanga register instead of voting in elections.|
|Ten quick ways to analyse children's books for sexism and racism||Council on Interracial books for Children (USA)||This Issue in Education draws exclusively from a paper written by the Council on Interracial books for Children (USA) on ways to identify racist and sexist content within children's books.||
Bias in Basal Readers
|Terms used in discussing the Treaty||Network Waitangi||A list of Te Reo Maori terms used in discussing the Treaty with English meanings.|
|Terms used in discussing the Treaty of Waitangi||Treaty Resource Centre||
Terms (Treaty of Waitangi); Terms used in discussing the Treaty of Waitangi; Terms used in discussing responses to Cultural diversity; Terms (Treaty of Waitangi and Cultural Competence)
|Testing ... Testing||ACORD - Auckland Committee on Racism & Discrimination||This paper focuses to NZCER about TOSCA and alternative methods of assessment||
Tosca Decile Percentages; tests of scholastic abilities in general; TOSCA: test of scholastic abilities; Learning and achieving; Implications for NZCER
|The Aftermath of Waitangi - Building a National Movement||Evans, Ripeka||Ripeka Evens outlines the history of protest and the fight for civil rights and land - Te Mana Moari Motukake. She adds commentary on organizing and revolutionary change and in going forward the requirements for building a radical Maori national movement.||
Introduction, The Fight for Maori Civil Rights, The Fight for the Retention of Maori Land, A Revolutionary Goal, Towards a National Movement.
|The bases of Maori claims to natural resources||Boast, Richard P||
Introduction: Law, language and power; Customary law, ownership and management; Claims made pursuant to the Treaty of Waitangi; Other treaties; Aboriginal title; Fiduciary obligations; Rights deriving from statute; Summary.
|The big fat historical (economic) backgrounder purple pocket : in several parts a review of historical information sources for thinking about racism and economics||Nairn, Mitzi. (ed)||This portfolio of information attempts to show the importance of Maori economic prospects at the time of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. Part 1 illustrates Maori trade and prosperity. The resentment of many of the settlers, and some of the attitudes, ideas and theories which underlay the resentment and concludes with the warfare of the 1860's. Part II covers the development of infrastructure and institutions.||
General Introducton, 1998 edition; Supportive ideology; Purple pocket part 1 - contents: Maori economic prospects 1840-1860, supportive ideology, warfare; Purple pocket part II A - contents: Development of institutions: polictical and social control; Purple pocket part II B - contents: Development of institutions: Resource and economic control; Maori language and the education system: an historical outline; Legislation violations of the treaty 1840-1990; a brief timeline of social welfare in Aotearoa/New Zealand; A brief chronology of health among Maori and Pakeha; The big faat historical backgrouner: second draft.