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|
|Aspirations and ideology: Biculturalism and Multiculturalism in New Zealand Education||Simon, Judith||"To subsume under a broad principle of 'non-racism' the aspirations of both the Maori community seeking bicultrualism and those of other groups seeking multiculturalism, the Department of Education must satisfy the conflicting demands of disparate sectors of society."|
|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
|Atareta Poananga and Te ahi Kaa: what do Maori nationalists want?||Legat, Nicola||"The real ownership of the land is a condition of being born on it and keeping the fires burning and the land warm. When our people put claims through the land court they always start off with Ahi Kaa principle - our ancestors came to this land and the fire has been burning ever since." A group of Maori nationalists, known as Te Ahi Kaa and its core members, who insist they are but the representatives of many, are established figures who have been active at the cutting edge of Maori protest - the call for self determination, language and lad rights, the honouring of the Treaty - over the last two decades.||
Te ahi kaa - keepers of the fire -- Here then -- Atareta - What's a girl like you doing in a place like this? -- At home -- When she returned -- The appeal decision -- Atareta admits... --Atareta Poananga and te ahi kaa.
|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!
|Bastion Point : case study on a Broken Treaty||Waitangi Action and Learning Coalition||
Case study of a broken treaty ; Resources - Race relations: Books, Films ; Treaty of Waitangi: Books, Films ; Racism: Books, Films ; Land: Books, Films ; Other material ; Important extracts from the Treaty of Waitangi - Article the first, Article the second, Article the third
|Becoming community and Ka Awatea: The role of the CCANZ and member churches||CCANZ||This paper aims to facilitate reflection and action which will stimulate the growth of an inclusive community in the Conference of Churches, the Churches and society. It discusses the Ka Awatea report, its focus, the purpose of the authors and a letter and response to Minister of Maori Affairs, Doug Kidd.|
|Before the broadcasting tribunal||ACORD - Auckland Committee on Racism & Discrimination||The Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination objects to the renewal of the broadcasting warrant for TVNZ and Radio NZ. ACORD contends that the structure and control of TVNZ and Radio NZ are based on White male values which emphasise individual initiatives.||
Before the Broadcasting tribunal. In the matter of an applicaton by the Broadcasting Corporation of New Zealand for the renewal of the television transmission warrants held by the corporation and In the Matter of submissions by the Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination.
|Being a Maori is : a quote by Ranginui Walker||Walker, R.J||The Pākehā majority is so convinced of the inspirational effect of this unilateral myth of oneness that it seldom occurs to them to consult Māori views. Recently, I came into possession of a document circulating among Māori, called “Being a Māori Is”. With acknowledgements to its Tuhoe originators, the following selection is offered to measure against the one-people myth.|
|Being Paakeha /Tauiwi and sourcing our 'unseen racism'||Kirton, JD||An analysis of links between discourse and identity, blindness and encultured racism||
Introduction -- A statement of process and content of context and of position -- process and content -- The context of the study -- Statement of position -- Section two: Links between discourse and identity, between racism, social institutions and persistent Paakeha/Tauiwi blindness -- Section three: conclusion - Paakeha /Tauiwi construction of change -- Appendicies -- Bibiliography
|Belonging here = Toi Taketake: a resource kit for studies of culture and heritage in schools for 1990 and beyond||New Zealand 1990 Commission||A resource kit for schools for 1990 and beyond to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. A guide of activities to develop studies on culture and heritage. Can be used at primary and secondary levels and in various areas of the curriculum.||
A guide for teachers; The treaty in Schools; The Treaty of Waitangi; Nga Motu, 1840; Windows onto a changing world; Going with Kawiti to Waitangi; The people of the place; The story of a treaty; the 150 year debate