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|
|Developing a bi-cultural model for working in a women's refuge||Van Der Schoot, Jenny||The author presents a personal perspective about the growth of bi-cultural system in a small community.||
Her story; Challenge; Transition; Action; Righteousness; Anger and indignation; Mistrust; Today
|Unprecedented Te Maori art exhibition||US World Journal||Advertising supplement to the New York TImes. The US World Journal has devoted this entire supplement to a comprehensive survey of New Zealand. This supplement includes an article on the Te Maori Exhibition tour to New York.|
|A declaration of the Independence of New Zealand||unkown||A copy of the wording of the 1835 Declaration of Independence in both English and Te Reo.|
|General Principles for Settlement of Treaty of Waitangi Claims||unkown||An appendix from an unknown primary document relating to the basis of the principle considerations for Treaty claims and settlement. Format is delivered in line by line account with coding criteria.||
Settlement Principles, Settlement Criteria,Key Points, 'Historical' versus 'Contemporary' Claims, Cost which may be Included in the Envelope, Cost which may be Excluded from the Envelope, Article III Expenditure, Treaty Claims to Land Gifted to the Crown, Key Points, The Scope of Treaty Claims to Gifted Lands, Reasons for Settling Treaty Claims to Gifted Lands,
|Indigenous Peoples Earth Charter||unkown||An indigenous Peoples Charter asserting the rights and protections of indigenous peoples everywhere. Produced in Kari Oca, Brazil in May 1992||
Declaration, , Human Rights and International Law, Land and Territories, Biodiversity and Conservation, Development Strategies, Culture, Science and Intellectual Property.
|Possible Relationship||unkown||Differing relationship types illustrated with the use of diagrams.||
Integration, self determination, partnership, sovereignty: assimilation/domination, sovereignty with sub autonomy, sovereignty with some hybrid
|Project Waitangi Legal Structure||unknown||A discussion document exploring the options and question of legal status for Project Waitangi work||
Do you need a legal structure? If so, what type? Do you want to be charitable?
|Graphics - Illustrating Racism||unknown||Two advertisements of a similar time period (c1950s)that use racist and stereotyping images of Maori as primitive to promote products. Adverts are promoting tea and an oven.||
Oh, That Tiger, Py Korry! If we only had a 'champion"
|immigrant||unknown||Displays one word on the front: 'immigrant' and on the back are the words 'Where do you stand on Māori land?'|
|Notes of Evidence and Judgement of H.R.H Paul, D.J. and Lawyers Submissions||unknown||Transcript of the court case held in the Kaikohe District Court 23 March 1983. Police versus Russell Victor Cook charged on disorderly behaviour relating to an action at Waitangi Day 1983.||
|The effects of the Treaty upon a race of people||unknown||
Invisible people; Maori activists - resistance; Maps - Maori land 1860, Maori land 1960; a brief history of New Zealand land occupation; The Treaty of Waitangi; How was New Zealand different from East Polynesia?
|Race Relations||unknown||Brief summaries with further references and study questions on issues realted to New Zealand Race Relations.||
Social Change and Race Relations, Conflict and Race Relations, Continuity and Race Relations, Short History of Race Relations in New Zealand, Sociological Perspectives on Race Relations, Approaches to Studying Race Relations.
|Waitangi - Ka whawhai tonu matou||unknown||The word 'Waitangi' sits above design, with the words 'Ka Whawhai tonu matou' below|
|What is Kawanatanga?||unknown||A briefing paper on Kawanatanga as defined and understood by attendees of a hui held in Turangi in January 1995. Reference made to the Kawanatanga Network.|
|Māori Sovereignty now - honour the Treaty||unknown||Words on front 'Māori Sovereignty now'; on the back 'Honour the Treaty'|
|Churches' Action Committee||unknown||Notes and supporting materials from the Church Action Committee.||
Sharing the Questions, Poneke Wellington Inhabitants, Money, Priorities, Herald Article,Church Action Committee Notes 1982, Why are we protesting against the Treaty? What is our stance? Short term goals, Long term goals, Vision, Draft Press Statement, Graphic
|Formal version of the draft referred to as the English Version||unknown||English version of the Treaty of Waitangi||
Preamble; Article the first; Article the second; Article the third
|Māori Sovereignty now||unknown||The words 'Māori Sovereignty now' front and centre; small logo top front right; the words 'Join the Struggle on the back.|
|Separation||unknown||This page addresses questions raised around the fear that bi-culturalism will separate Maori and Pakeha. It reports the findings of an unknown committee addressing questions of bi-cultural development.|
|Cartoons - Te Tino Rangatiratanga with biblical references||unknown||Cartoons raise the issue of Tino Rangatiratanga utilising biblical references to the Pharoahs, liberation, Exodus and Kings.|