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|
|Kōrero Māori- Give it a go||Kōrero Māori: http://www.korero.maori.nz||Phrases in te reo Māori for asking for a drink and talking about food|
|Legislative Violations of the Treaty: 1840-1990||unknown||This timeline resource covers legislative violations of the Treaty since 1840. It includes land ownership figures stating that in 1840 Maori owned 66,400,000 acres of land and in 1975 Maori land was reduced to 3,000,000 acres. The chronology of settlement includes early Maori settlement from c800AD through to the 1986 census records reflecting an ethnic diversity and total population figure.||
Legislative violations of the Treaty, Chronology of Settlement
|Letter of Support and Thanks||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||A letter of support and thanks to Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches) for a presentation given to the CCANZ Executive.|
|Letter to Ecumenical Friends et al (final and draft copies)||Nairn, Mitzi||A cover letter of explanation to church allies from the CCANZ - Programme on Racism on the issue of support for the Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches)call for boycott of of the election and the signing of the Tino Rangatiratanga Register.|
|Letter to Network Waitangi members||Huygens, Ingrid||Letter raises concerns about the inclusion of Tamaki Treaty Workers in Network Waitangi decision making processes and provides three suggestions for going forward.||
|Mana Maori Motuhake - Trick of Treaty?||Mana Maori Motuhake||A poster challenging Prime Minister Geoffrey Palmer on Treaty issues. Features a character drawing of the PM with a speech bubble saying "you have obviously mistaken me for someone who give a shit!".||
Not one acre more, Mauri tu, Mauri ora, Mauri noho, Mauri mate, Honour the Treaty, Don't steal the Govt hates competition, Nothing to celebrate. Trick of Treaty.
|Maori Adult Education||National Council Adult Education||Describes pre-European Maori educational structures including Te Whare Pora, Te Whare Kohanga, Te Whare Tapere, Te Whare Kura, Te Whare Maire/Wananga, Te Whare Takiura. Makes links to learning and adult education provisions of the day. Brief mention is made of Puao te Atatu report from the Department of Social Welfare.||
Maori Adult Education,Puao te Atatu
|Maori Advisory Unit Report||Department of Social Welfare||
4. Philosophy of MāoriAdvisory Unit
5. Bi-culturalism: Taha Māori
6. Institutional Racism
7. Analysis of Department of Social Welfare: Māori Perspective
8. Practical in terms of phiosophy
|Māori at Work||University of Auckland: EEO||Promoting fairness at work for Māori|
|Maori Education - Implementation of Policy||Simon, Judith||Notes and references relating to Maori education, ideology and society.|
|Maori Education Development Conference||University of Auckland Centre for Continuing Education||A series of articles written for presentation at conference on Maori education development. Each article is described in detail within the catalogue under the content title. Conference held at Turangawaewae Marae 23-25th March c1984||
The Maori Response to Education, The Ideological Rationale for the Denial of Maori tanga, A Philosophy of Education, Expression of Taha Maori Through Art, The Frustrations of Being Maori Language Teacher, Proposal to the Education Department for the New Opportunity School, Report on the Opportunity Class 1975, Kohanga Reo, Maori Examination Failure, English Schools and Maori Students, Ethnic Bias in School Certificate, The Inclusion and Exclusion of Maoris in the Technical Institute System, Wa Tatou Kura Maori (Maori Education in Church Schools),Nga Kohanga Reo - A Salvage Programme for the Maori Language, Marae as a Learning Environment in Secondary Schools, Recovery of Mana Maori Motuhake Through Tribal Whare Wanganga.
|Maori Electronic Information: Issues and Resources||Smith, Alastair G.||This article discusses electronic information resources relating to Maori, under two headings: issues,that arise from storage and dissemination of Maori information in electronic form, and a survey of Maori electronic information resources.||
Abstract, Issues, Reasons for making Maori information available in electronic form, Reasons for not making Maori information in electronic form, Maori electronic information: a survey, Locally held databases, Online Databases, Museums, Other Multi Media resources, Software Tools, Research Information, Conclusions
|Maori Examination Failure||Mitchell, Ian||This paper examines how the education system fails to recognise the culture and needs of young Maori resulting in an intolerable statistical rate of educational failure that blames the victim.|
|Maori Health: Key Determinants for the Next Twenty-five Years||Durie, Mason|
|Maori in Governance: Parliament, Statutory Recognition, and the State Sector||Durie, Mason||Maori participation in current national government structures; also discussion of parallel national Maori governance structures.|
|Maori Language and the Pakeha Education System - A Historical Outline (Draft 1 version)||New Perspectives on Race (Inc)||
|Maori Persepectives||Department of Education||A collection of essays drawn together by the Department of Education. All articles are fully referenced from their original source.||
My Maoriness, Maori Attitudes to Death, The Maori in the Future: A women's view, Te Aouru The Dawning.
|Maori prefer general roll||East and Bays Courier||Brief news article on the breakdown of registrations on the general and Maori roll for 4 eastern bay electorates.|
|Maori Representation in Parliament - Waitangi Tribunal||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||A time line format noting Maori representation between 1840 and 1986.|
|Maori Respond to Repulican Push by PM & PM Responds||Fox, Derek||Transcript of a Mana News Report on the Maori response to the idea of a Republic. Report led by Derek Fox includes interviews with Ranginui Walker, Joe Williams, Moana Jackson and Apirana Mahuika. Transcript of an interview by Mana News Andrew Robb with PM Jim Bolger.|