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|
|Blowing up the Bamilyan Buddhas : it makes you think||De Bres, Joris||Address at the dawn ceremony on the United Nations Day of Cultural Heritage, 4 December 2002, Civic Square, Wellington. Joris de Bres discusses colonisation in New Zealand, The Treaty of Waitangi, UNESCO, the debate on the Resource Management Act and culture in New Zealand.|
|Current issues in Race Relations||De Bres, Joris||Joris De Bres, Race Relatios Commissioner gives an address at the Victoria University for a Public Law Centre regarding the state of the nation, Public perceptions of discrimination, The foreshore and seabed, international standards for racial equality, The United Nations Committee on the elimination of racial discrimination, the Durban programme of action, the Treaty of Waitangi, special measures, separate or together?, Waitangi Day, the quality of the debate, the future of the debate and Race Relations Day.|
|Implications of the Treaty of Waitangi - Case Study - 568.680 semester 2 2003||Department of Computing and Information Technology||These papers relate to a student assignment. The assignment requires students to demonstrate an understanding Te Tiriti and to apply this understanding to a case study. Task nclude identifying stakeholders, ethical issues and proposing relevant strategies going forward. The case study relates to the use and 'ownership' of information within government information systems. Marking schedules are included.||
Assignment details and questions, Case Study - Rarangi Project, Marking schedule,
|Implications of the Treaty of Waitangi - Case Study - 568.680||Department of Computing and Information Technology||These papers relate to a student assignment. The assignment requires students to demonstrate an understanding Te Tiriti and to apply this understanding to a case study. Task include identifying stakeholders, ethical issues and proposing relevant strategies going forward. The case study relates a situation of a Treaty educated tauiwi worker and his relationship to a project where local hapu are protesting engineering changes to the river. Marking schedule is included.||
Assignment details and questions,Case Study - Taniwha in the River, Marking schedule, Assignment cover sheet, Case Study - Taniwha Trouble.
|Taha Maori in Social Studies - An Introduction for a pilot scheme in selected primary and secondary schools.||Department of Education||Details a proposed school syllabus social studies programme for connecting with Maori culture and practice - the learning objective being how different cultures think, feel and act.||
Introduction, Taha Maori and the Form 1-4 Syllabus, Making Contact with the Local Maori Community, Talking with the Maori Community, The Marae, Visiting the Marae, Some Essential Maori Terms
|Cultural Difference and Racism||Department of Education||A collection of articles on the theme of cultural difference, racism and early childhood education||
Guidelines for those with Maori and Pacific Island Children in Early Childhood Centres, Colour me Human, Racism: The hidden agenda in Eearly Childhood, Catering for Individiaul Difference in the preschool, The pupil and Cultural Difference.
|Maori Persepectives||Department of Education||A collection of essays drawn together by the Department of Education. All articles are fully referenced from their original source.||
My Maoriness, Maori Attitudes to Death, The Maori in the Future: A women's view, Te Aouru The Dawning.
|Department of Health Circular memorandum No. 1986/70 - The Treaty of Waitangi and Maori Health||Department of Health||This circular gives a brief outline of the background to the Treaty of Waitangi and of the work of the Maori Health Project Group and the Standing Committee on Maori Health, in order to assist in understanding the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.|
|New Zealand 1990 Commission - The Patrons||Department of Internal Affairs||A formal document outlining the make up and work of the official New Zealand 1990 Commission.||
The Patrons, The Members of the Commission, The 1990 Year, The Commission Status, The Commission's Funding, The Mission Statement, The Structure, The Standing Committees, The Advisory Groups, The Senior Executives, The Offices
|Treaty of Waitangi Policy Unit||Department of Justice New Zealand||Advertisement for a a new role with Department of Justice in the Policy Unit. Explains the skills needed for the role|
|Frames, Scripts and a Standard Story||Department of Psychology - University of Waikato||This paper provides a discourse analysis of media constructed stories with an examination of the story of the Maori unit in the Lower Hutt DSW.|
|Third year students Kawantanga workshop||Department of Social Policy and Social Work, Massey University||
Some liberation theory; Decolonisation - consientisation of colonised people; Decolonisation - Conscientisation of colonisers; The faces of racism, Puao te ata tu, 1996; Culture; The PCS Model; Commitment ot combat racism; Some personal anti-racism strategies; Cultural safety; Map of North and South Island; Polyesian islands and Island groups in Oceania; The flag of the independent tribes, 1834; He whakaputanga o Te Rangatirataga o Nu Tirene - The Declaration of Independence; Te Tiriti o Waitangi; One Translation of the Maori text; Definition of terms in relation to Aotearoa; What can i do?; Institutional Racism.
|Maori Advisory Unit Report||Department of Social Welfare||
4. Philosophy of MāoriAdvisory Unit
5. Bi-culturalism: Taha Māori
6. Institutional Racism
7. Analysis of Department of Social Welfare: Māori Perspective
8. Practical in terms of phiosophy
|Donna Awatere on Maori Sovereignty||Donna Awatere||Donna Awatere outlines what Maori sovereignty means to her and illustrates the duplicitous nature of New Zealand monoculturalism, and the violence of British/white imperialism. She concludes that there is "no sitting on the fence. For Maori without sovereignty we are dead as a nation. It is not sovereignty or no sovereignty. It is sovereignty or nothing we have no choice".||
The History, Facism, Assimiation means seperate development, White hatred, Eduction, Justice, Integration,
|Double Take - Training Programme for Biculturalism [resource kit]||Double Take||A resource kit for facilitators to help non Maori New Zealanders to negotiate a bicultural future. It aims to help people examine their institutions and work methods. Double Take is structured to give an overall picture as well as being a detailed teaching aid.||
Notes for Trainers using Double Take,The Text of the Treaty of Waitangi,Programme on Racism - common questions and responses, NCC Programme on Racism - Newsletter,Intentions and Outcomes, Statistics, Bibliography.
|Nga Kohanga Reo - A Salvage Programme for the Maori Language,||Douglas, Edward||This paper looks at the philosophy behind the Kohanga Reo programme and the difficulties that its first two years have encountered.||
Language Policy, Who Speaks Maori in New Zealand?, Community Resources for Maori Language Learning, Maintaining Maori Social Cohesion, Language as a Political Objective, Implementing the Programme, Problems encountered, Solutions, References
|Te Kohanga Reo - A salvage programme for the Maori language||Douglas, Edward||This paper explores the philosophical imperatives behind the establishment of Kohanga Reo and the difficulties encountered in the first two years of the Kohanga programme.||
Language Policy, Who Speaks Maori in New Zealand, Community Resources for Maori Language Learning, Maintaining Maori Social Cohesion, Language as a Political Objective, Implementing the Programme, Problems Encountered, Sociological Problems,Philosophical Problems, Solutions, References.
|Valuing ethnic diversity/New Zealand towards 2000||Dr N Rasalingam||Dr Rasalingam, National president of New Zealand Ethnic councils, Auckland Regional Council, discusses the concept of valuing ethnic diversity, a notion relevant to all people, but specifically New Zealand in the 1990s, as we become a more multicultural society, as we move towards the year 2000.|
|The Treaty of Waitangi||Durie, Chief Judge|
|Embarking Together - Libraries in the Life of the Nation||Durie, Chief Judge Eddie TJ||
Speech notes consider the way by which libraries reflect the persona or soul of a community or country. The paper discusses partnership, evokes international historical experiences of records and titles, and looks at current work in Aotearoa for establishing meaningful access to records and data bases for Maori.