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|
|The Business Ethic and Maori Development||d|
|The CHI model: a culturally appropriate auditing model - guidelines for public health services||Mason, M. H||
Executive summary; introduction; Auditing models for cultural appriateness and positve Maori development; Department of Health performance indications; The ahuora checklist; The Ministry of Womens Affairs "Responsiveness to Maori" plan; Te Puni kokiri; The dual focused framework; Regional Health Authority contracts; Themes appropriate for a Maori health audiing model; The Treaty of Waitangi; Empowerment; National Standards and Government obligations; Active involvement; Data and information; Cultural Safety; Intellectual Property Rights; The CHI Audit model - a model for auditing PHC Providers; Key features; themes and indicatiors; Selection of indicators and specific measurements; Summary of the CHI Process.
|The Church and Society Commission of the National Council of Churches - Submission on the Bill of Rights||National Council of Churches||The submission explores the issues of wether the Bill of Rights is appropriate and if so what it should contain with particular focus on Te Tiriti O Waitangi||
Background to the Church and Society Commission, Hearing Procedures, General Reservations, Relationship between Te Tiriti O Waitangi and the Bill of Rights, Our Proposal on Te Tiriti O Waitangi and the Bill of Rights, Further Submissions
|The church is alive like a tree||Brookes, Jean||
News for Facilitators and others who have the kit; Auckland September Synod; Furtther news aboutt using the kit; Material from Te Kaupapa Tikanga Rua; The scriptural handout; New books that look very useful, for futher reading; Workshops to follow-up use of the kit; Auckland social justice council goals for further work on constitutional change for the year 2000.
|The Churches and the Treaty of Waitangi||
Who do i thnk the audience is; What do i mean by the churches and who do i talk best; Treaty signing history; Other history; Maori divisions, autonomy, challenges 1960s; 1980s; 1990.
|The Constitution in 1985: The Search for Legitimacy||Brookfield, F.M||Professor of Law, F M Brookfield explores the legal and historical legitimacy of the constitution of New Zealand law.||
|The Crown and Te Tino Rangatiratanga||Jackson, Moana||"In February 1984, before its installment into Government, the NZ Labour Party announced its official policy which would involve "honouring the Treaty of Waitangi:. "Maori people have noticed that all prior governments have had a total lack of political consideration for anything Maori - that is unless anything Maori affected Pakeha interests."|
|The Declaration of Independence & The Treaty of Waitangi||unknown||A brief explanation of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1835 and of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. Maori text and English translations (literal and English text)of both documents included.||
The Declaration of Independence, The Treaty of Waitangi
|The Declaration of Independence of New Zealand 28 October 1835||Te Whakakotahitanga o nga Iwi o Aotearoa/Maori Congress||The Maori and English version of the Declaration of Independence are seen together. Some historical context is given in brief bullet points.|
|The Delivery of Te Reo Maori Pronunciation and Treaty of Waitangi Courses for Staff at Massey University, Albany - A feasibility study||George, Lily||This feasibility study explores the options and processes for delivering training to staff for improvement in te reo pronunciation and understanding of Te Tiriti with the expressed objective of improving the experiences and performance of Maori students at Massey University Albany.||
Preamble,Identification of target groups and their requirements, Outline of proposed training events,Desirable learning outcomes,Mode of delivery and duration, Tutors and contact details, Concluding statement,Recommendations, References
|The effects of the Treaty upon a race of people||unknown||
Invisible people; Maori activists - resistance; Maps - Maori land 1860, Maori land 1960; a brief history of New Zealand land occupation; The Treaty of Waitangi; How was New Zealand different from East Polynesia?
|The Faces of Racism||unknown||This page names and explores 'the faces of racism' as personal racism, cultural racism and institutional racism. The paper gives examples of the impact of these three forms of racism on Maori.|
|The figures tell the story||Huckle, Trish||"In discussions about racism, most Pakeha people refer to intentions ... But that is only half the picture and half the discussion. Racism is most clearly identified in the outcome. We have to study and analyse what is actually happening in our society. What do the statistics say? What do the voices say?||
Statistics - Population, Health, Unemployment, Occupation, Income, Education, Justice, Land and Housing
|The figures tell the story - Workshop||CCANZ||This update version reflects on what changes have occurred in the last seven years using figures from the 1991 census and some of the more recent publications such as Mason Durie's "Whaiora, Maori Health Development". What effect are Maori efforts and strategies having? How are the Pakeha institutions measuring up in terms of statistical outcomes for Maori? Is there a different picture emerging in the mid 1990's?||
Introduction; Health statistics; Unemployment, Occupation, Income statistics; Population statistics; Justice; Programme on Racism newsletter Number 45 - Feb 1997; Education statistics.
|The first National Pakeha Anti-racism gathering, 7th -9th December, 1984||Womens Reflection Action Group; Tauranga Mens Action Collective||Gathering set up to invite Pakeha with a need to develop their own identity and own energy to deal with racism issues.||
Interviews with Anti Racism Coalition;Map of venue; Anti-racism gathering, Tauranga; conference notes; National anti-racism gathering register; Poem - It could have been me by Holly Near; Photographs; Handwritten list of things to do.
|The first response to the discussion paper on CCANZ programme development, for executive,||CCANZ|
|The fiscal envelope: economics, politics & colonisation||University of Auckland||
Nga Patai -- The Fiscal Envelope and the Treaty Settlement proposals : an analysis -- The Fiscal Envelope : an interview with Annettel Sykes -- The mystery Envelope : what is the Government up to? /Jane Kelsey -- Crown Treaty Settlement Proposals : given by John Luxton / Leonie Pihama -- Twenty-one ways to take away Treaty rights / Cherryl Waerea-I-Te-Rangi Smith -- New formations of colonisation / Graham Hingangaroa Smith --Constitutional reform and mana wahine / Annette Sykes -- Where to from here?Nga Patai -- The Fiscal Envelope and the Treaty Settlement proposals : an analysis -- The Fiscal Envelope : an interview with Annettel Sykes -- The mystery Envelope : what is the Government up to? /Jane Kelsey -- Crown Treaty Settlement Proposals : given by John Luxton / Leonie Pihama -- Twenty-one ways to take away Treaty rights / Cherryl Waerea-I-Te-Rangi Smith -- New formations of colonisation / Graham Hingangaroa Smith --Constitutional reform and mana wahine / Annette Sykes -- Where to from here?
|The Foreshore and Seabed Bill||Te Puni Kokiri||Explanation of the bill with diagrams andinformation on how to make a submission||
Background, About the Bill, Glossary, Example of some areas referred to in the bill, Paths for having interests recognised under the bill
|The Foreshore and seabed hikoi||
March to Wellington; The Route; Area orgnaisers; The land wars are over, so the consent of the Tangata Whenua is required before customary title can be extinguished - Parekura Horomia, Min. Maori Affairs, 25 June 2003; So just what are these customary rights?; Does the Treaty cover those rights?; How do other countries deal with customary rights?; What did the New Zealand court of appeal say?; What did the Crown proposals say?; Does the legislation keep the Foreshore in Maori hands?; Does the legislation recognise existing Maori rights?; What is the point of the Ancestral connection?; What are these new customarty rights?; What are these new rights based on then?; Do these new rights give Maori foreshore title?; Do these new rights have legal protection?; The Governments foreshore and seabed policy breaches the Treaty in fundamental and serious ways.
|The frustrations of being a Maori language teacher||Marks, Maiki||This account is written by a Maori language teacher of the deep sadness and frustration of working in a Pakeha education system.|