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|
|Maori health institutions||Durie, M.H||"The effects of deinstitutionalisation have been recognised as a priority for action in the mental health field. Having concluded that many large institutions for the treatment of the mentally ill were not conducive to good health, treatment within the community was advocated inmost Western countries from 1960 onwards."||
Maori mental health; Cultural change; Land as a basis for mental health; Family integrity and mental health; Language and mental health; The marae; Mental health professionals and Maori health; References.
|Whanau Development and Maori Survival: The Challenge of Time||Durie, Mason|
|Understanding biculturalism||Durie, Mason||"If there is some confusion about the relevance of the Treaty to contemporary New Zealand there is an even greater lack of clarity about the concept of biculturalism. To different agencies and groups it has diverse meanings and there are significantly different understandings between Maori and Non-Maori."|
|Maui Pomare: First Maori Doctor||Durie, Mason|
|Paiheretia: An Integrated Approach to Counselling||Durie, Mason|
|Imprisonment, Trapped Lifestyles, and Strategies for Freedom||Durie, Mason|
|Kaumatuatanga Reciprocity: Older Maori and Whanau||Durie, Mason|
|Contemporary Maori Development: Issues and Broad Direction||Durie, Mason|
|A Framework for Considering Constitutional Change||Durie, Mason||His four assumptions about constitutional change and four steps towards achieving it (involving two commissions reaching agreement).|
|Maori in Governance: Parliament, Statutory Recognition, and the State Sector||Durie, Mason||Maori participation in current national government structures; also discussion of parallel national Maori governance structures.|
|Te Pae Mahutonga: Mentao Health Promotion for Young Maori||Durie, Mason|
|Maori Health: Key Determinants for the Next Twenty-five Years||Durie, Mason|
|Parliamentary Devolution and Maori Self-Governance||Durie, Mason|
|A Strategic Framework for Addressing the Impact of Diabetes on Indigenous Peoples||Durie, Mason|
|Project Waitangi: Public seminar - finding a way forward. The Treaty of Waitangi and constitutional change into the 21st Century||Durie, Mason||Mason Durie gives his Keynote address at a public seminar in Palmertston North on Constitutional Change around the world as well as New Zealand. He discusses the Declaration of Independence in 1835, the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi 1840 and Maori Sovereignty.|
|A Framework for Considering Maori Educational Advancement||Durie, Mason|
|The Hui Taumata Matauranga: Progress and Platforms for Maori Educational Achievement||Durie, Mason|
|Hazardous Environments Old and New: Challenges for Health Protection||Durie, Mason|
|Universal Provision, Indigeneity and the Treaty of Waitangi||Durie, Mason||Emphasis on citizenship rights as individual liberties needs to be addressed in the context of the Treaty and indigenous peoples' rights.|
|Indigeneity: Challenges for Indigenous Doctors||Durie, Mason|