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|
|Constitutional/Electoral Reform - What's the difference? Is it important?||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||This teaching resource is designed to lead groups through a series of sessions for understanding the Treaty and engaging with the issue of constitutional reform. There are three different designs aimed at differing lengths of time and group structures. Supporting material is included.||
Comments on the contents and the suggested process,Working with a group - options a,b,c, Te Tiriti o Waitangi,Closing address by Ngai Tahu Claimants, "The Right to Learn",
|Constitutional/Electoral Reform - What's the difference? Is it important? - Flyer||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||Flyer includes a short background on the work of CCANZ for Treaty and Social Justice, it includes an order form to be sent supporting materials (the CCANZ Kit)|
|consultation with Maori - a flow chart for non-Maori||Way, Karena||16 guidelines reflecting commitment to the Bi cultural policy and obligations established in Te Tiriti o Waitangi.|
|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