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|
|Toward biculturalism : a model for moving from monocultural to biculturalism and racism intervention||Karena Way||
Acknowledgement of present situation; motivation; gather data and information; instigate educative process wih management; bicultural action stages one to four; bicutltural outcomes; Treaty of Waitangi honoured
|Kawanatanga Network, Network Waitangi, Not in Our Name (NION)||Kawanatanga Network||Treaty education and activist groups report on issues including the government proposed 'fiscal envelope' and proposed constitutional change. Mention is made of the Whanganui Iwi occupation of Pakaitore (Moutoa Gardens.||
Kawanatanga Network Meeting held in April, Network Waitangi, Not in Our Name.
|Kawanatanga Network - Workshop resources||Kawanatanga Network||
Tutor payment letter to Mitzi Nairn; Handwritten letter to Mitzi Nairn from Sarah Laurenson; Assumptions about Te Tiriiti o Waitangi; Te Tiriti o Waitangi - Te Reo Maori version; Te Taha Maori: Te Hahi Weteriana mission statement and goals brochure; Cultural Justice by Ray Nairn; Rangatiratanga, rationalism and the immigration Act by Moana Jackson; 1.4 The Treaty of Waitangi: our bicultural commitment; Parallel development in Refuge: a model for complementary service delivery; Partnership etween Maori and Tauiwi; Cultural safety: implementing the concept by Irihapeti Ransden; Racism: international trends-implications for CCANZ programme on racism; a literal English translation of the Maori text; Tools for Diplomacy; Map of South Pacific; One translation of the Maori text; Patterns of Colonisation; Te Ara aku whakamua by Mason Durie; International Conference of Women Judges, Wellington, 14 Sep 1993 - "The outstanding business": the Waitangi Tribunal and Maori treaty claims by Chief Judge Eddie Durie; Kawanatanga Network: a Paakeha-Tauiwi proposal to promote discussion on Kawanatanga responsibility; Some useful books; Culture by Cheryl Glensar and Marion Wood; Thriving in a changing environment; Lectionary task - Hermeneutics of suspicion; Learning identity; How do our children learn prejudice?; Handwritten paper - science theology: kaupapa Maori; The Iwi and the constitution; The bicultural journey
|Kawanatanga Network Information and Papers||Kawanatanga Network||A collection of correspondence, newsletters, press clippings and briefing papers related to process and consultation for Treaty Settlement. Material focused also on challenging the proposed fiscal envelope.||
Copy of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA, 28 January 1994 to Mr Hood from Waikato Anti-Racism Coalition; Copy of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA, Copy of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA, 16 May 1994 to Monte Ohia; 18 May 1994 to David Hood; Copy of Kawanatanga Network's correspondence with NZQA, 18 September 1994 to David Hood; Letter to Monte Ohia from John Kirton 16 May 1994; Letter to David Hood from John Kirton 18 September 1994 including a response from David Hood to John Kirton, 19 Oct 1994; Letter to Hon. Douglas Graham 9 Oct 1994 and 25 October 1994 and all Treaty Workers from Kawanatanga Network; Letter to Members and Supporters of Kawanatanga Network, 18 Nov 1994; Letter to Hon. Dourglas Graham, 28 Nov 1994, 2 Dec 1994, 13th December from Kawanatanga Network; Letter to Networkers from Kawanatanga Network 8/12/94; Letter to John Kirton from Douglas Graham 16 Dec 1994; The Maori law review Decc 1994-Jan 1995 p 13; Letter to Hon. Douglas Graham, 8 Jan 1995 from John Kirton; Letter to John Kirton from the University of Auckland, 10 Jan 1995; Press release from Kawanatanga Network on the Crowns proposal of settlement of outstanding Treaty Claims; Letter to Network Members from John Kirton – 11/02/95; Resolutions from the 7th National anti-racism workers’ gathering held at Taurikura 3-6 February 1995; Letter to JH Clarke Race Relations from Gwenda Monteith Paul; Letter to Network members from Linda and Trish, 2/3/95; Letter from Hon. Douglas Graham to Gwenda Paul, 21/4/95; Submission to Maori Affairs Committee considering the Maori Purposes Bill from Kawanatanga Network, 27/4/94; Meeting at Pirongia; Letter to Network members from Kawanatanga Network, 25 June 95; Letter to Office of Treaty Settlements regarding submission of Crown proposals for the settlement of Treaty of Waitangi Claims; Letter to John Kirton from Office of Treaty Settlements, 7 July 1995; Letter to Project Waitangi rom Kawanatanga Network 18 June 1996; Some Pakeha Tauiwi suggestions for Aotearoa's constitution; Preamble to constitution; Suggested Pakeha Tauiwi constitution articles; Political options facing Maori; Bringing about the constitutional change
|Gathering at Priongia, April 2-4, 1995||Kawanatanga Network||
Recipe; Letter from Maria Humphries rearding the meeting notes; Agenda - Sovereignty-kawanatanga, Education, Local Bodies, How to support particular jounalists/media personal, Action Asia Dev Bank, Networking.
|A Paakeha - Tauiwi proposal to promote discussion on Kawanatanga responsibility||Kawanatanga Network - Waikato||This document presents ideas for deepening discussion on kawanatanga and pakeha/tauiwi responsibly in Te Tiriti partnership. Ideas promote a transformation of social structures rather than reform.||
A Paakeha - Tauiwi proposal to promote discussion on Kawanatanga responsibility, Te Tiriti o Waitangi - the Basis for developing a formal Constitution, Background, Paakeha/Tauiwi discussion paper on future constitution, 1. Preamble - A setting for Paakeha/Tauiwi discussion,2. Suggested Processes , structures and/or actions, 3. Suggested constitutional principles.
|Expression of Taha Maori Through Art||Kawharu, F. V||This paper details the richness and role of Maori Art in expressing Taha Maori and the responsibility and sensitivity required within the education programme in the use and exploration of Maori art.|
|The Treaty of Waitangi 1840 - Translation of the Maori text by Prof. Sir Hugh Kawharu||Kawharu, H||This is a translated version of the Maori text printed from a Government website. It includes footnote references.||
The Treaty of Waitangi 1840 - Translation of the Maori text by Prof. Sir Hugh Kawharu, Footnotes
|Listen to the taniwha: the challenge of lore||Kelly, Te Tuhi; Dreyer, Wayne||"This article is a result of many years of observation of Pakeha ignorance and Maori intransigence with regard to definitions and understandings around tikanga. Tikanga Maori aims to provide guidelines and standards of behavior through lore, which is followed even today on a daily basis both at work and in non-work situations by Maori."|
|The mystery envelope: what is the Government up to?||Kelsey, Jane||Jane Kelsey gives a Pakeha perspective on the Fiscal Envelope.|
|Free market "Rogernomics" and Maori rights under the Treaty of Waitangi - an resolvable contradiction?||Kelsey, Jane||Considers that the only concerted resistance to economic changes effected by the Labour Government has come from Maori and been sourced in the Treaty of Waitangi. Discusses labour policy and the Treaty of Waitangi, the Waitangi Tribunal, corporatisation, fisheries, redefining Treaty obligation, dismantling state capitalism and the welfare state, the function of law and lawyers, the role of the academic activist and strategies for the future.|
|Tino Rangatiratanga in the 1990s - potential for alliances||Kelsey, Jane||"Discusses the shift in Pakeha thinking and understanding of the Treaty, which has occurred over the past decade. Backgrounds the involvement of Pakeha in the anti-racism struggle in the 1970s and early 1980s. Argues that Pakeha need to rethink their role and attitudes in relation to the Treaty. Suggests that a disciplined and systematic analysis of all aspects of the Treaty debate is needed to identify cultural barriers and to exercise 'tino rangatiratanga', sovereignty. Talks about biculturalism, the understanding of the future direction of the economy, the Maori dynamic and complex interaction of gender, class and culture with Tauiwi, colonisers."|
|Devolution and Iwi Runanga Bill - economic framework, historical perpsective||Kelsey, Jane||Hand written notes outlining an historical economic framework of colonisation and tino rangatiratanga in relation to policy from 1840 to 1990.|
|Globalisation and the demise of the colonial state options for decolonisation in Aotearoa/New Zealand||Kelsey, Jane||This paper explores three interrelated developments in New Zealand in the 1990's; globilisation, republicanism; and decolonisation.|
|Summary of Jane Kelsy's talk "Aotearoa/NZ today and Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Kelsey, Jane||"What we are seeing today is based essentially on the same contradictions existing here since 1840. What we essentially have had and still have is a contradiction between the interests of A. Settler Colony, B. Te Iwi Maori".|
|Māori sovereignty: what does it mean for Pākehā?||Kelsey, Jane||Historical background and discussion of events from 1984 to 1995 with government responses and a discussion of the concept of sovereignty — what do we mean by it?||
|The Project Becomes A Network||Kenrick, Karen||Inaugural newsletter of Network Waitangi includes an explanation of the changes to structure from Project Waitangi. Other content includes resources available for purchase and subscription details for the newsletter.||
Editorial,Development Education Trust, Project Waitangi Resources, Reflecting for a moment on 1990
|The Treaty of Waitangi: a panel discussion on its importance for the future of multi-ethnic New Zealand||Khouri, Philip; Kawharu, Sir Hugh; Rikys, Peter; Jenkins, Kuni||
Philip Khouri, President of the Auckland Ethnic Council - The Treaty of Waitangi and its importance for the future of multi-ethnic New Zealand ; Sir Hugh Kawharu ; Peter Rikys ; Kuni Jenkins ; Philip Khuri ; Cam Bui - Vietnamese Community
|Ka awatea: a new dawning?||Kia Mohio Kia Marama Trust||A discussion about the background on the Ka Awatea report, an overview on the current situation of Maori, as a new approach to policy, education, employment, health, economic development proposals and change, how it will be put into effect, Labour's Devolution policy, the Treaty of Waitangi and settlement claims, and the National Governments policy.|
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Kia Mohio Kia Marama Trust||Te Tiriti o Waitangi accompanied by an explanation in English.|