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 programme on racism of the conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||CCANZ||Panui for workshop facilitation resources and leadership training for the Programme on Racism|
|Programme on racism report - April 1992 - March 1993||CCANZ||Annual report regarding the programme on racism, discussing: accountability, staffing, Finance, networking, church links, travel, participation, workshops, presentations, theological action, and resources|
|Racism: international trends - implications for CCANZ Programme on Racism||CCANZ||"This paper has grown out of a conversation in discussion of the future tasks of the CCANZ through its Programme on Racism. This looks at their work in the wider international context.|
|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.
|National Council of Churches Programme on Racism selection of papers||CCANZ||These papers are aimed to stimulate discussion and provide alternative and new insights.||
Come out from behind the myths - Judy H Katz; Becoming Antiracist/Racist? - Education and Racism: an action manual; Institutionalised discrimination - from Race against time - Hiwi Tauroa; Definitions; Prejudice and power = racism; Maori people cannot be racists in New Zealand.
|Resources for working on racism||CCANZ||
Some liberation theory; Appendix III, Puao te ata tu - The faces of racism; Culture; Anti discrimination practice; Commitment to combat racism; Some personal anti-racism strategies; What is racism; Resources; Strategies for change; Some questios to use in analysis; Anti-racism workbook part one and two.
|Correspondence between CCANZ and Minister of Internal Affairs - 1990 Commission||CCANZ||Correspondence between the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Conference of Churches in Aotearoa (CCANZ) concerning the 1990 Commission and the Treaty of Waitangi||
Cover letter and paper sent from Internal Affairs to J Armstrong of CCANZ, Letter from J Armstrong of CCANZ to Minister Bassett Internal Affairs, Letter from Minister Internal Affairs to J Armstrong
|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.|
|The first response to the discussion paper on CCANZ programme development, for executive,||CCANZ|
|Elections background packet : A CCANZ Kitset - programme on racism||CCANZ; programme on Racism||These resource sheets offer, from the perspective of the Programme on Racism, some lines of questioning or listening so that you can critique the candidates in your head, or take part in discussions when things come up on television or at dinner.||
The areas - Treaty of Waitangi settelements; Introduction; Treaty of Waitangi - settlements; Treaty of Waitangi - constitutional matters; Restoration of the productive sector; Restorative justive and prisons; Telling the truth to immigrants; APEC Maori & the Treaty fact sheet 3; Restoring the balance? Punishing crime?; Auckland coalition against APEC; A Church leaders' statement for 1990.
|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.
|The Treaty only second statement of rights||Chadwick, Tony||An opinion piece response to an article by Malcolm Bailey which questioned the legitimacy of the Waitangi Tribunal. The article details the history of the Treaty of Waitangi and outlines Maori translation and understanding of the Articles.|
|The South Island Maoris and their reserved lands 1860-1910||Chapman, Roger Wayne||
Normanby to Hobson; Instructions to Colonel Wakefield from NZCo; NZCo/Otago Co 1844; Kemp's Purchase; Map - Boundary of Arahura Purchase; Murihiku (Southland 1851-1853); Location of Reserves; Marlborough reserves 1847-1859; Mackay Arahura Repurchase; Canterbury ;Otago; Chapter 3 - Administration; Chapter 4 - the Maori and the European Community;
|Hauora: an indictment on social equality||Charman, Karen||
A major report released last month reveals improvement in some areas of Maori health between 1970 and 1984 subce a previous study covering the years 1955 to 1975. But in many areas Maori health statistics approximate reported third world figures and ins ome cases top the list. Karen Chapman discusses the report and reactions to it.
|Report on the Working Group on the Draft Declaration on the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples meeting: 30 January - 3 February 2006||Charters, Clare||This report is written on behalf of the Aotearoa Indigenous Rights Trust (AIR Trust) for other interested Maori individuals and groups. It provides a brief summary of the United Nations negotiations on the Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples from January to 3 February .|
|Maori legal forum: update on international developments relating to indigenous peoples||Charters, Clare|
|The Treaty of Waitangi and Local Authorities||Cheyne, C||
Reason for report; Introduction; The importance of the Treaty of Waitangi; Interpreting the Treaty; The importance of land; The idea of Partnership; Impliations for local Authority planning activity; The Waitangi Tribunal; Biculturalism; Council response; Conclusion; Recommendations; Appendix 1. - Glossary of Maori terms; Appendix 2. - Resources
|Towards a bi-cultural church: Newsletter No. 13||Christchurch Bi-cultural Working Group||
1940-1990; The kotuku; special supplement-whats happening in Methodism?; The bicultural journey is more than words; Te Tiriti o Waitangi; Ngai Tahu claim now presented; Some resources for 1990.
|What happened at Waitangi 1983||Church and Society Commission National Council of Churches of New Zealand||
' involvement Day -- contribution planned for "Ecumenical" service -- Eye witness accounts events Day ' action groups -- day court -- Resolutions Executive National Council , February 24, -- Resolutions Te Runanga Whakawhaunga I Nga Hahi o Aotearoa - Maori Council -- Message from Generaly Secretary Christian Asia -- Letter from Mr J Elworthy, Minister Lands February 21 -- Letter from Rev. . MacLeod, General Secretary trhe National Council February 25, -- Text -- One church and / R.J. Walker -- Before and after -- "Substance and "Shadow" / Peter Wedde -- Behind history -- service repentance and hope as used parish church, -- Suggestions for future action -- Contract system - programme on racism.
|Media Release - NZ groups question Te Maori sponsorship||Church and Society Commission of the National Council of Churches||Press release questions the sponsors of the Te Maori exhibition, especially the NZ Government, Mobil and Bechtel in light of their pollution of the ocean and seabed to the Te Atiawa people. It also questions the state of indigenous people and weather the exhibiton is being used to substitute for respecting, protecting and restoring the rights of indigenous people.|