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|
|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.
|Why does equity matter?||AWEA, Treaty Resource Centre||
Why does equity matter?; Terms used in discussing equity; Terms used in discssing responses to cultural diversity; Kawa Whakaruruhau: Cultural safety; Equity (and equality); In 1956 Horace Miner worte an article called Body ritual among the Nacirema and shared it with the anthropolgy community; Some notes on culture
|Introduction to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and cultural competence||AWEA, Treaty Resource Centre||
The treaty is the wave; Treaty-related reading (health); Te Tiriti o Waitangi: Quiz; Main points about the Treaty; Government breaches of Te Tiriti o Waitangi (health); Recent Government activity (health); Personal treaty-relate responses; The Treaty of Waitangi and Health; Reading: engaging with cultural differences; Some notes on culture; Kawa whakaruruhau: cultural safety; Providing culturally safe/inclusive spaces; Step3: working with 'other'.
|Cultural Safety Values Difference||Benham, Susan||An article exploring key concepts in cultural safety including the importance of understanding ones own values and beliefs and how this affects relationships with clients. Article mentions the dynamics of power and includes a cross cultural look at colonised people and references.||
Viewpoint, Colonise An article exploring key concepts in cultural safety including the importance of understanding ones own values and beliefs and how this affects relationships with clients. Article mentions the dynamics of power and includes a cross cultural look at colonised people and references. d people, References