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|
|Contemporary Maori Development: Issues and Broad Direction||Durie, Mason|
|Corporations undermine treaty||"As the Government's current fast-track policy to privatise New Zealand runs headlong into another policy - to honour the Treaty of Waitangi, a campaign has emerged to discredit the work of the Waitangi Tribunal and to frighten ordinary new Zealander's into believing their homes are at risk from Maori land claims."||
The petrocorp injunction failure; How serious is the Government?
|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
|Correspondence between CCANZ Programme on Racism and Church Leaders re: 1990 Commission Joint Statement||Programme On Racism||Correspondence between the CCANZ Programme on Racism and leaders of various Church affiliates seeking their response and support to the executive's resolution concerning the 1990 Commemorations. Includes also a letter of request from the 1990 Commission to the CCANZ.||
Programme on Racism, Anglican, Roman Catholic, Methodist, Presbyterian, Salvation Army, Quaker, Orthodox Churches
|Council for International Development (CID) : Interviews, Transcripts, Tapes|
|Council for Maori and South Pacific Arts||
Council for Maori and South Pacific Arts; Comtemporary Maori art; The arts in contemporary New Zealand; Tourism in New Zealand; New Zealand-United States trade: 150 years of growth; Museum involvement; New Zealand comes to the United States of America; Commission of desecration and religious freedom; Desecration fo Sacred Taonga (Treasures); US Nuclear-Free Pacific Network; International Indian Treaty Council; Draft press release: Sponsorship of Te Maori; Sponsorship of the New York exhibition Te Maori.
|Council policy relevant to Treaty of Waitangi||Manukau City Council||Council policy outline including strategic results; customer focused council; strategic directions 1996-2010; Governance; objectives and Challenges; Councils role|
|Course Evaluation||Te Tari Matauranga Maori: MIT Treaty Unit||Course evaluation sheet for [email protected] 1 - background, 2004 Semester 1. 8 evaluation questions.|
|Course Information: Introduction to Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Herzog, Christine||A course information sheet describing and detailing an introduction to Te Tiriti course including proposed session dates and room allocations. No mention of a specific target audience.||
Purpose of the course, Learning objectives, Delivery of the course, Kawa (proposed), Certification, Queries
|Course Outline: Education and Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Herzog, Christine||This paper outlines the purpose and implementation details for running the level 5 course. Detailed outlines of assessment criteria are included.||
Purpose, Objective, Learning elements, Dates, Assessment, Kaiako, Recommended reading, Assessment
|Course units: NZQA, NZ curriculum, ACE, Massey University||
Framework Explorer - 27 February 1998 National Certificate in Career Practice (level 3) and (Level 4) -- Framework explorer - 27 February 1998 National Certificate in Social Services (level 4) -- Framework Explorer - 27 February 1998 National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (level 4) -- Framework Explorer - 27 February 1998 National Certificate in Educational Administration (Administratie support) -- Framework Explorer - 27 February 1998 National Certificate in Educational Administration (Governance) -- Framework Explorer - 27 February 1998 National Diploma in Social Services with strands in Community Work and Counselling (level 6) (Version 2) -- Framework Explorer - 27 February 1998 National Diploma in Journalism with strands in Magazine, Newspaper, Radio and Television -- Framework Explorer - 27 February 1998 National Diploma in Career Practice (level 6) with optional strands in counselling, Education, Management, and Research and Development -- Framework Explorer - 27 February 1998 National Diploma in Social Services with strands in Community Work and Counselling (level 6) (Version 2) -- Auckland College of Education: the Treaty of Waitangi Course -- Te Tiriti o Waitangi course module for Whitireia -- Massey University examination for 50.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in NZ Society 1990 -- Massey University Department of History - 48.106 New Zealand Social History study guide 3 - Women and society -- 1994,1995,1996 -- Massey University Department of History - 48.106 New Zealand Social History study guide 4 - Work and leisure 1992 -- Massey University Department of History - 48.106 New Zealand Social History study guide 4 - Religion, 1995 -- Massey University Department of History - 48.205 Modern New Zealand Politics - Study guide one - the liberals 1995 -- Massey University Department of History - 48.205 Modern New Zealand Politics - Study guide one - the Welfare state, 1935-1960 - 1995 -- Massey University Department of History - 48.205 Modern New Zealand Politics - Study guide one - the liberals 1890-1912 -1996 -- Massey University Department of History - 48.205 Modern New Zealand Politics - Study guide Two- War, Peace and Depression, 1912-35 -1996 -- Massey University Department of History - 48.205 Modern New Zealand Politics - Study guide four- 1960 to the present -1996 -- topic four Maori and the state, 1935-60 -- Te Ao Maori o Nehera: Unite one, level one year one -- Book of Readings one 50.201 Topic one: the development of the Treaty and the annexation of Aotearoa -- Unit 13425 : Support of mental health consumers/Tangata Whai ora -- Social and Political context: Te Tiriti o Waitangi 635.150, 635.350
|Covenant - a solemn agreement ... A global south perspective on Anglicans, solemnity and agreement||Te Paa, Dr Jenny Plane||Discussion on what ways global Anglicans might wish to define themselves as God's covenant people.|
|Creation||Herzog, Christine||Provides an explanation of Creation. Includes an article by Cleve Barlow on the role of atua in creation, and a chapter by Ranginui Walker of the sequence of events from a Maori perspective on creation.|
|Cultural component: 'e kore e piri te uku te rino' = 'Clay will not cling to iron'||a+ Training and Development||Copyright a+ Training and Development, Auckland Healthcare Services, Ltd. May be reproduced if this notice appears.||
Taha Maori; Maoritanga: Customs and value concepts of Maoridom: Te Reo, Marae,Whenua, Turangawaewae, Whanaungatanga, tangihanga, Mahinga-a-ringa, Take-a-iwi, Karakia, Manaaki, Hui, Kai, Hakari, Kawa, Rahui, Nga Taonga, Tapu, Wairua, Aroha, Maurim Mana.
|Cultural Difference||Te Roopu Manaaki i Te Hunga Haua||These notes explore cultural differences relating to practices within residential homes for children. Examples are offered of the way in which a residence maybe run according to kaupapa Maori values include practices around food, self care (hair, laundry, menstruation), visiting family, conflicts, communication and staff and children familiarity.||
|Cultural Difference and Racism||Department of Education||A collection of articles on the theme of cultural difference, racism and early childhood education||
Guidelines for those with Maori and Pacific Island Children in Early Childhood Centres, Colour me Human, Racism: The hidden agenda in Eearly Childhood, Catering for Individiaul Difference in the preschool, The pupil and Cultural Difference.
|Cultural Gains - Managing a Multi-Cultural Workpace (workbook)||Legal Resources Trust||Describes different cultural and religious values. Developed as an additional resource to a video.||
The multi-cultural workplace, Cultural awareness, Religion, Religious Holidays
|Cultural imperialism and the Maori : The role of the public servant||Awatere Huata, Donna||"This paper was prepared for the Public Service in a Multicultural Society conference, State Services Commission, March 1982"--Page 4.|
|Cultural Influence on Building Design||Mackie, Lindsay||This paper, given to a seminar by the Property and Land Economy Institute of New Zealand Inc, explores the implications of building design resulting from the interaction of Maori and Pakeha values. A further report attached, but with unknown provenance, looks at guidance for designers addressing cultural issues and suggests that process should aim to recognize Tikanga Maori.||
Cover letter, Introduction, History, Conceptual Approach, Identity, Consultation, Conclusion.
|Cultural perspectives in psychiatric nursing: a Maori viewpoint||Te Roopu Awhina o Tokanui||This presentation deals with the Maori perspective of him/herself, his/her world, God, people and behaviour and is a holistic one based on Maori dimensions.||
Preamble -- Welcome to the gallery of Taha Maori or the dimension of the Old World -- Welcome to the gallery of Taha Wairua or the dimension of Spirituality -- Welcome to the gallery of Taha Tinana or the dimension of the body -- Welcome to the gallery of Taha Hinegaro or the dimension of the mind -- Welcome to the gallery of Taha Tangata or the dimension of People -- Welcome to the gallery of Taha Whenua or the dimension of the Land -- Welcome to the gallery of Taha Whaanau or the dimension of Family -- Welcome to the gallery of Taha Tikanga or the dimension of compliance