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|
|Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as defined by the Waitangi Tribunal||
Summary of Prinicples of the Treaty of Waitangi defined by the Waitangi Tribunal and the Court of Appeals - This wording is a summary from original sourcs, numbering referes to text in Appendicies J and K; Appendix J - Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as defined by the Waitangi Tribunal (1983 - 1988): 1. The exchange of the right to make laws for the obligation to protect Maori interests; 2. The Treaty implies a partnership, exercised with utmost good faith; 3. The Treaty is an agreement that can be adapted to meet new circumstances; 4. The needs of both Maori and the wider community must be met, which will require compromises on both sides; 5. The Maori interest should be actively protected by the Crown; 6. The granting of the right of pre-emption to the Crown implies a reciprocal duty for the Crown to ensure that the Tangata Whenua retain sufficient endowment for their forseen needs; 7. The Crown cannot evade its obligations under the Treaty by conferring authority on some other body; 8. The Crown obligation to legally recognise tribl rangatiratanga; 9. The courtesy of early consultation; 10. Tino Rangatriatanga includes management of resources and other taonga according to Maori cultural preferences; 11. Taonga includes all valued resources and intangible cultural assets; 12. The Principle of choice: Maori, Pakeha and bicultural options.
Appendix K - Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as defined by the Court of Appeal (1987): 1. The aquisition of sovereignty in exchange for the protection of Rangatiratanga; 2. The Treaty requires a partnership and the duty to act reasonably and in good faith; 3. The freedom of the Crown to govern; 4. The Crown duty of active protection; 5. Crown duty to remedy the past breaches; 6. Maori to retain chieftainship (Rangatiratanga) Over their resources and taonga and to have all the rights and privileges of citizenship; 7. The Maori duty of resonable co-operation; 8. On whether the Treaty creates a duty to consult.
Appendix L - Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as proposed by applicants and plaintiffs in the New Zealand Maori Council coutr of appeal case (1987); Proposed by the New Zealand Maori Council; Proposed by Crown
Appendix M - Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as defined by the Royal Commission on Social Policy (1988); The Fundamental of partnership; The Fundamental of equality of peoples; The fundamental guarantee
|Parallel development in refuge: a model for complementary service delivery||Discusses the role and policies in the Women's Refuge movement, the right of all women tot he best and most appropriate services a Refuge can offer.||
Background; So what is parallel development?; At national level...; At local level...
|Tino Rangatiratanga use it or lose it|
|150 years of European laws||Details 150 years of European laws that betray the Treaty of Waitangi from 1840 to 1988|
|Te Maori meeting held at Ponsonby on 4th June 1987 at 6.00 pm||Minutes of meeting held in Ponsonby regarding the planning, opening and organising of the Te Maori Exhibition|
|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
|Return to sender! : the fiscal envelope policy: divide and rule for the '90s||"The Government is about o put in place a programme that it hopes will get rid of Treaty of Waitangi claims forever"|
|The Foreshore and seabed hikoi||
March to Wellington; The Route; Area orgnaisers; The land wars are over, so the consent of the Tangata Whenua is required before customary title can be extinguished - Parekura Horomia, Min. Maori Affairs, 25 June 2003; So just what are these customary rights?; Does the Treaty cover those rights?; How do other countries deal with customary rights?; What did the New Zealand court of appeal say?; What did the Crown proposals say?; Does the legislation keep the Foreshore in Maori hands?; Does the legislation recognise existing Maori rights?; What is the point of the Ancestral connection?; What are these new customarty rights?; What are these new rights based on then?; Do these new rights give Maori foreshore title?; Do these new rights have legal protection?; The Governments foreshore and seabed policy breaches the Treaty in fundamental and serious ways.
|The State Owned Enterprises Act 1986 - Its effect on Maori Land||Fact sheet and information regarding the State Owned Enterprises Act and how it affects Maori Land|
|Handouts: Treaty of Waitangi||
He Whakaputanga o Te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni (Declaration of Independence of New Zealand) ; Understanding the Declaration of Independence and its significance ; Te Tiriti o Waitangi: quiz ; Pre-Treaty views of each other (1830s) ; Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi ; The Two Treaties ; The peoples of Aotearoa ; Rights and responsibiities of signatories to Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Maori text) ; Whakapapa o Te Tiriti o Waitangi ; Personal Treaty responses ; Comapring the 2040 scenario with what rally happened (in reverse) to Maori in the latter half of the 19th Century; Main points about the Treaty ; Events in Aotearoa before the Treaty ; Context for Te Tiriti o Waitangi ; Te Tiriti o Waitangi + A literal English translation ; Looking at what the Treaty articles say.
|Constitutional Change Studies: Facilitator's Guide||One of a series of initiatives by the Methodist Church in Aotearoa in response to a Māori call for justice.||
Facilitator's Guide Facilitator's Notes 5 Feedback 7 Study 1: Listening to the Voices... 9 Study 2: Listening to the Voices... Digging Deeper... 15 Study 3: Listening to the Voices... Digging Deeper... Choosing a Direction... 21 Accompanying Worksheets Study 1 (ﬁve sheets) Study 2 (ﬁve sheets) Study 3 (three sheets)
|The white warp||A multi-cultural society needs a multi-cultural education system - but staff writer Pamela Stirling finds that the New Zealand system is having enough problems just trying to be bi-cultural|
|Anti racism resources - folder 1||
|Iwi, whenua Maori... the land and the people - an explanation||
Rural land in New Zealand; Maori land; Maori people/Maori land; Maori system of the tenure; The Maori - prior to 1840; Conflict between European and Maori land owning concepts; The Maori concept of land ownership stood in contrast with that introduced by the European colonists last century; The Native Lands Act, 1865; Individualisaton of title; The Native Lands Court; Maori leadership attempted to rally the people to appose these processes; The resulting breaking down of Maori society was a deliberate intention of the Government of the day; The Maori - around 1900; The present day - Pressures of Maori land and Maori society continue unabated; Maori lands now experience a state of administrative disability; Present day administration of Maori lands in multiple title: Maori land administration - the bureaucratic structure; The relationship of most Maoris with the practical concerns of land administration and management has become very tenuous; An official attitude today; The Maori - the present day; The land and the people; The great Maori land rip-off; Is the Maori land issue of any relevance to New Zealanders at large?; Maori lands everywhere in the North Island are bearing the brunt of the present industrial forestry land grab; A case study; Another case study; A third case study; The Maori land issue; What are the political implications?; What needs to be done; Maori land owning groiups.
|Komihana a Te Karauna mo nga ahuatanga-a-iwi, Treaty of Waitangi Phase. Wananga tuarua, Okawa Bay, Rotoiti, January 22, 1988||
Notes on the discussions: Strategies; Summary of issues discussed; principles of the Treaty; Partnership and Power-sharing; Constitutional enforcement; RCSP and other bodies; The treaty and all legislation; The status of the partners - who are the partners?; Devolution of Crown obligations; The Treaty as supreme constitutional instrument; the obligations of he Maori people under the Treaty; Partnership and good faith; Jurisdiction of the Maori Land Court; Maori political representaion; Waitangi Tribunal proposal; Devolution of Authority to Iwi; Treasury and Governmet management; Privy Council;
|The Treaty of Waitangi: an introduction to the debate||
Where we came in - NCC involvement; Treaty of Waitangi - Te Tiriti o Waitangi; Early legislation - the vanishing spirit of the Treaty; How Pakehas got Wellington: an early violation of the Treaty; One possible response: a programme on Racism; Repentance and hope; Book list; Papers available.
|The Totara and the rose: a resource kit on cultural interaction : The Maori in New Zealand since 1911||The purpose of this kit is to provide teachers of Cultural Interaction School Certificate history topic with stimulating and relevant material on the New Zealand section.|
|History of the department||This is a brief history of Social Welfare in New Zealand. Department of Social Welfare was formed in 1972, bringing together the Social Security Department and the Child Welfare Division of the Department of Education.||
Child welfare division -- Examples of department of Social Welfare (or Social security)/ Child welfare) relations with Maori people -- Old age pensions -- More recent times: 1940 onwards -- The adoption Act -- Institutions -- Interviewing skills training -- Conclusion -- References.
|policy for bi-culturalism||
Rationale -- Purposes -- Guidelines -- Conclusion -- Tangata Whenua -- Purposes -- Guidelines -- Taha Maori II -- Rationale -- Objectives -- Guidelines -- Bi-culturalism -- Rationale -- Purposes -- Guidelines.
|Te Maori exhibition newspaper clippings||
Now we open our hearts to the world - Te Maori exhibition of Maori art Treasures opening at New Yorks Metropolitan Museum Monday September 10 1984; A Dawn ritual prepares Maori Sculputure for opening at Met; Te Maori in wrong country; Sophisticated Te Maori exhibit opens; Groups query sincerity of art sponsors; Exploitation claim over exhibition; Te Maori a move upmarket; Amerians gush over Te Maori; Maori acclaim for show, say churches; Almost-lost art of Maoris at Met; Te Maori a proper place in Aotearoa; Movil stance attacked by Maori elder; Elder hostile to gimmick use of Te Maori; Te Maori goes, leaving a message; The Maori's achievement; A foreign tongue.