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|
|Government policy on the Treaty of Waitangi and corporatisation||
Part 1. What is corporatisation?; Part 2. The coroporations, what they own and who they sacked; Part 3. The state owned enterprises ACT 1986 and the Treaty of Waitangi; Part 4. The court case; Part 5. The 'Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi'; Part 6. The duty of Government and Maori under the principle of partnership; Part 7. Wha else the court said about the Treaty of Waitangi, the S.O.E ACT and the Waitangi Tribunal; Part 8. The court of appeal's decision; Part 9. What does this case really mean for Maori as Tangata Whenua.
|Anti racism resources - folder 2||
|Anti-racist movement fallacies||Sets out list of Anti-racist movement fallacies and replies.|
|Brokies view - cartoon||Two cartoons related to racism|
|Py Korry! if we only had a "Champion"|
|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.|
|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.
|Te Maori: Maori art from New Zealand collections to be shown at: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, St Louis Art Museum, St Louis, M H De Young Memorial Museum of Fine Arts, San Francisco||
"Te Maori" Prayer; Te Maori exhibition: fact sheet; ''Te Maori" - into the world of light; From the far North to Southland; Committee chaired by head of Maori Affairs; handwritten notes
|The Pakeha and the treaty: Signposts||Church and Society Commission of the National Council of Churches in New Zealand||
|Minutes of 1990 coalition meeting - 30 August 1988||1990 Coalition Group||Minutes of meeting of the 1990 Coalition for action. Includes input from Project Waitangi, Methodist and CCANZ, Depot Theatre, HELP Foundation, Corso, Race Relations office.||
Introductions, Updates, Coalition Role Purpose, Tasks
|1990 Coalition Meeting Minutes - 11 October 1988||1990 Coalition Group||Minutes of meeting including correspondence between Wesley Church,Director of Parks and Te Haahi Weteriana O Aotearoa concerning the development of Te Aro Pa - "Pigeon Park".||
Reporting Back, General Info, Funding,Project Ideas, Copy of Correspondence between Wesley Church,Director of Parks and Te Haahi Weteriana O Aotearoa
|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.
|The souvenir trade: debasing a culture||ACORD - Auckland Committee on Racism & Discrimination||
Earlt souvenirs; Exploitation of Maori culutre; debasing a culture; racist souvenirs; tapu of the head; noa of food; insulting stereotypes; attitudes to Maori women; Hei tiki & weapons; Distributors and/or manufacturers of racist souvenires; circular to all HART: NZAAM Branches from Northern Region Office re: Exhibition of racist souvenirs.
|Testing ... Testing||ACORD - Auckland Committee on Racism & Discrimination||This paper focuses to NZCER about TOSCA and alternative methods of assessment||
Tosca Decile Percentages; tests of scholastic abilities in general; TOSCA: test of scholastic abilities; Learning and achieving; Implications for NZCER
|Before the broadcasting tribunal||ACORD - Auckland Committee on Racism & Discrimination||The Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination objects to the renewal of the broadcasting warrant for TVNZ and Radio NZ. ACORD contends that the structure and control of TVNZ and Radio NZ are based on White male values which emphasise individual initiatives.||
Before the Broadcasting tribunal. In the matter of an applicaton by the Broadcasting Corporation of New Zealand for the renewal of the television transmission warrants held by the corporation and In the Matter of submissions by the Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination.
|Comments on the proposals of the 1986 curriculum review||ACORD - Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination||This paper is a response to the the 1986 draft report on the Curriculum Review Committee and includes a history of discrimination in education in New Zealand.||
Introduction, Evaluating the Proposals, Proposals arising from the History, Statements of Principle, Racism, Bicultural Initiatives, Support for Maori Students and Teachers, Organisation and Practice.
|Some questions about teachers.||ACORD - Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination||This paper focuses feedback to the 1986 Draft Ciriculum Review Committee report on the issue of teacher selection, recruitment and training.||
Selection of Teachers, Training of Teachers, Practices of Teachers, Community,
|The Law and Education||Ahi Kaa||Examines law and education as two primary tools of colonisation.|
|Treaty and Constitutional change education newsletter||Anglican Diocese of Auckland||
Editorial ; Material that might be useful: The following letter of Te Taha Maori Weterians o Aotearoa (Maori structure of the Methodist Church) was sent to all members of Parliament regarding ownership of the foreshore and seabed-reproduced with permission ;The length of a memory ; Other articles about the seashore and seabed issues ; A prayer for use at this time ; Voices past and present: new forms of old issues ; Government and some media ; Churches ; Maori and other indigenous voices ; Pakeha voices committed to Te Tiriti Waitangi ; A brief history of this education work?
|Treaty and constitutional education newsletter - February 2003||Anglican Diocese of Auckland||
Greetings from Jean and Pip ; Editorial ; Clarification - the kits ; Treaty consititutional change material ; Other resources, Videos