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|
|Letter to Hon. C Moyle Minister of Fisheries - 12 November 1985||Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination||Letters from Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination to Ministry of Fisheries to affirm the rights of Maori people over kai moana as granted in the Treaty of Waitangi.||
Letter dated 25th Feb, 1985 to Mr Jarman General Manager, Fishing Industry Board from Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination by R G Nairn on behalf of ACCORD; Letter dated 12th November to Hon. C. Moyle, Minister of Fisheries from Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination by R G Nairn; Letter from MAF Fisheries Research 19 November 1985 to Ray Nairn; Newspaper article - Tasty Eatin for some; Letter to R Nairn 23 January 1986 from Office of the Minister of Fisheries; Letter to Hon. C Moyle 25th Feb 1986 from Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination by R G Nairn. Letter from Minister of Justice to R G Naiarn 11 March 1986.
|Kina : another case of Pakeha racism||Auckland Committee on Racism and Discrimination; Walker, Dr Michael||This paper draws extensively on the decision of the Waitangi Tirbunal concerning Motunui||
Mo wai te kina? ; The Treaty of Waitangi and views of the Waitangi Tribunal ; Implications for fisheries ; The Cultural value of the seafood resource ; Biological notes on kina ; General biology ; Growth ; Gonad Production ; Recruitment ; Management ; Relevant Scientific Literature.
|Church history - in the main, the Auckland Diocese as specifically related to te Iwi Maori||Auckland Diocese||A timeline of church history from 1838 to 1886.|
|Anaylsis of church history related to Te Iwi Maori and in the main the Auckland Catholic Diocese||Auckland Diocese||
Analysis of church history related to Te Iwi Maori and in the main the Auckland Catholic Diocese - Paper A; Factors influencing the church 1838-1860; Auckland Diocese - the contemporary situation of Te Iwi Maori Katorika - Paper B; The Comtemporary Maori Church scene.
|Green Lane National Women's Hospital - Policy on Bi-culturalism||Auckland Hospital Board||Letter to all staff regarding policy on Bi-culturalism and includes copy of Auckland Area Hospital Board policy on bi-cultulturalism.|
|Discovering Aotearoa, Pacific Canoe Hall, Maori Galleries: Information for Teachers and Parents.||Auckland Museum School Service||Educational background paper on Polynesian sea voyaging in the Pacific leading up to the discovery of New Zealand between AD. 800-1000. Worksheets designed to compliment viewing the Pacific Canoe Hall and Maori Galleries at the Auckland Museum.||
Polynesian Ancestors, The Discovery of New Zealand, Learning Outcomes, Gallery Plan and Itemised Displays, [learner activity sheet]
|Awareness of Racism and Anti-Racist strategies for ECE - A Course Report and outline||Awareness of Racism and Anti-Racist strategies for ECE||The report of the workings of the Awareness of Racism and Anti-Racist strategies for ECE working group. Course outlines.||
Report,What is Racism, Why anti-racsim, Summary of Advice, Anti Racism Guidelines for all working parties to consider when implementing 'before five', Anti Racism considerations for the working party formulating National Guidelines, Charters and Licences, Implementing a anti racist early childhood programme
|Implementing an anti-racist early childhood programme||Awareness of Racism and Anti-Racist strategies for ECE||An outline for implementing anti racism work in an early childhood setting. Offers examples of questions, discussions and covers the considerations required for a successful implementation.||
The Early Childhood Environment, Parents as Partners, Sample Discussion Paper, Administration, Staff and Adults Working in Centres, Staff and Adults Working Together Teaching and Learning Styles, Language, Discussion Starters.
|What is a marae?||Awataha Marae||
The physical structure: The meeting house; the whare kai; other buildings and structures; The human sturcture: The Tangata Whenua; The young children; The Teenager; The adults; The Elders; The manuhiri; Marae procedure (Kawa): the begining of a Marae hui; Karanga (call); Manuhiri movement; Acknowledgement to those who have passed on; Whaikorero procedure; Presenting a koha (money gifts); The hongi; The place of women at a traditional welcome; Marae values: Turangawaewae; Manaakitanga; Aroha; Wairua (spirituality - not religion); Mauri (ethos, life force, life essence); The respect for elders; Maori language.
|Cultural imperialism and the Maori : The role of the public servant||Awatere Huata, Donna||"This paper was prepared for the Public Service in a Multicultural Society conference, State Services Commission, March 1982"--Page 4.|
|Awatere on intellectuals||Awatere Huata, Donna||"The University is built on Maori land, by proceeds taken from Maori land. Our people died defending that land. The University therefore represents the aggression and anti-Maori people hostility of colonial invaders. For Maori people the Auckland University Centennial is no cause for joyous celebration."||
Academic fragmentation or visionary unity; The Pakeha intellectuals; The Maori intellectual; From the past comes the present.
|Challenge in the future||Awatere Huata, Donna|
|Maori Sovereignty - Part Two||Awatere, Donna||Donna Awatere explores allies and alliances with other groups who have a shared experience and interest in shifting colonial white male power.||
Pacific Islanders, White Women, Trade Unions, The Left
|Auckland Workers Education Association - Correspondence||AWEA||Correspondence to and from Auckland Workers Education Association from 1989 to 2015|
|4th annual anti-racism and Treaty Workers gathering||AWEA||
Enrolment form; Anti-racism/Treaty Workers gatherings planning group; People attending Treaty Gathering, March 1991; Report from antiracism and Treaty Workers gathering, Tamaki Makaurau, March 20-24 1991; Follow on to Tau iwi gathering 1991 ; Broadast article - Treaty Hui; Treaty Workers gathering 1991.
|5th annual Anti-racism and Treaty workers gathering Waikanae, April 24-26 1992||AWEA||Annual National gathering of the Anti-racism and Treaty Workers discussing Treaty work, Maori language, Pakeha interdependence, underlying values and stopping the colonising process||
Training for Trainers; Information; Enrolment; Kapiti Network; Map - Waikanae; Summary of workshop; Handwritten notes.
|Sixth annual Treaty Workers and Network Waitangi AGM - September 17-19th, 1993 at Bshy Park Lodge, Kai Iwi, Wanganui||AWEA||Annual antiracism and Treaty Workers gathering, giving feedback on regional groups. Includes Network Waitangi AGM notes.||
Enrolment form; Regional reports; AGM
|Seventh Anti-racism and Treaty Workers gathering and Network Waitangi AGM - February 3rd to 6th 1995||AWEA||
Enrolment form; Network Waitangi; Tritii and antiracism workers conference, suggest actions; Resolutions from 7th Nationa Non-Maori Anti-racism and Treaty workers gathering held at Taurikura, Whangarei Heads, 3-6 Feb 1995; NZ Herald article - Foreign threat to Maori push; Aotearoa Action Coalition; Press release; handwritten notes.
|Eighth National Anti-racism and Treaty Workers Gathering, Whanganui a Tara, 1996||AWEA||
Training for Trainers; Hopes for the conference brainstormed on Friday night; Report from Workshop on Accountability, ethical questions, links to Maori groups, Safety; Summary of the workshop on working with Pakeha men; Resource Managment Act workshop; Press Release July 10 1996; Network Waitangi statement of income and expenditure; The role of tangata Tiriti/Tauiwi activists in the struggle for Tino Rangatirataga; Notes by Moea Armstrong
|Ninth Pakeha Anti-racism and Treaty Workers gathering, 24-26 April 1998||AWEA||
Registration form; Draft progamme for anti-racism workers gathering 1998; Practical notes for Tamaki hosts; Meeting of Network Waitangi Associates, 17 Nov 1997; Prelimanry notice; Programme; Greetings; Where are we at/what have we achieved?; Noticeboard of personal interests, requests...; Network Waitangi AGM; NZQA issues; Letter to the Prime Minister - 2 May 1998 from Joan Macdonald; Copy of Kawanatanga Network correspondence with NZQA 1994; Minutes of social responsibility / workfare meeting, Aotea Chapel, 21 May 1998; 1998 register of Treaty educators availabilty and relevant experience.