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.
You can search by keyword or by categories, e.g., Formal group, (groups that feature in the resource); Sector (housing, health, education, media, etc.); Historical period; Format (type of resource, e.g., pamphlet, poster, report, letter, etc.) Your feedback and suggestions are appreciated.
|Title||Primary author||Content description||Table of contents|
|Pakeha Myths and misconceptions: more questions and answers||unknown||
Get the facts right; How can a document nearly 150 years old have relevance today?; Maori people havent done anything before - theyre just jumping on the bandwagon; Why is there so much trouble about the Treaty now?; Why cant we throw it out and start again?; Why cant we just get on with living like one people?; What about separae or parallel development? isnt that apartheid?; What does the treaty have to do with Pakeha and Tauiwi?; Why cant maori people look after their language and culture in the same way that other racial groups do?; Does honouring the Treaty of Waiatangi mean giving Maori all their land back?; Maori people are only 125 of the population, why are we talking about equal partnership?; Is the treaty leagal?; What about the Waitangi Tribunal?; Havent Maori people gained from having Europeans here with modern technology and other material benefits?; Why do Maori say they want their land back when they dont actually use it and just let it go to waste?; Where is the Treaty recognised as important?; Why should we have to do anything?; The Treaty makes everything too complicated and takes up too much time...; Maori people thremselves are divided. Most are content with the status quo. Isnt it just a few radicals strirring up trouble?; The Treaty doesnt apply to me - Im a private individual.
|Instructions for the Simulation Game Majorians/Minorians||unknown||Instructions for a game that explores colonisation, differences and problem solving.||
Some Objectives for Players, Some possible generalisations, Instructions to Majorians, Instructions to Minorians, Cartoon, Quotes, Cartoons.
|Media Release||unknown||Media release announcing that the Governor General has agreed to meet with a Pakeha group attending a Hui at Waitangi to discuss matters concerning the Treaty.|
|The Faces of Racism||unknown||This page names and explores 'the faces of racism' as personal racism, cultural racism and institutional racism. The paper gives examples of the impact of these three forms of racism on Maori.|
|Entry Points Into Constitutional Reform||unknown||A diagram illustrating the issues that lend argument to Constitutional Reform.|
|Role Play 1: Employment||unknown||A scripted role play illustrating racism in employment and the workplace.||
Scene, Characters, Action
|Tractors for Treaty||unknown||Blacked hooded sweatshirt with the words 'Tractors for Treaty' . Created for Agricultural Fieldays, Mystery Creek, Hamilton. 2005 - 2006|
|Background events related to current Foreshore/Seabed issue||unknown||
16th -17th centuries events; Events list from 1763 to 2005; Stakeholders in Foreshore/Seabed issues.
|Te Tiriti O Waitangi - Workshop Readings||unknown||A series of articles, including pointers to further reading, for deepening understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi, to include an analysis of Racism - personal and institutional with focus on the health and eduction sector. The workbook includes a timeline and notes on further action titled 'What can we do?'. Articles included by authors, M.H. Durie, J. Ritchie, E.J. Fuli, K. Irwin and I. Ramsdem.||
Acknowledgements, Recommended Reading, Cultural Differences,Nga Matatini Maori Diverse Maori Realities, Becoming Bicultural, Chronological history of the Treaty of Waitangi, Wananga Tuarua: Mahi Tuatoru - Consultation and the Treaty of Waitangi in the Health Sector, Personal Racism and Institutional Racism,Racism and Education,What can we do? Notes
|Some personal anti-racism strategies||unknown||A guide to dealing with racist comments within a meeting or workshop environment. Points include staying safe, looking for support, offering support, depersonalising and focusing on causes.||
First Document: General Principles 1-13; examples of racist situations and anti-racist responses 1-23; model of separate development
2nd Document: General principles 1-13; What is racism?; Analyising; Policies and practies; Culture; Resources; Strategies for change
|Waitangi Day Hamilton||unknown||White T shirt with small logo and words 'Waitangi Day, Hamilton City', front top right|
|Open Letter To Sir David Converys Regret, Gratitude, Hope||unknown||This report includes an account of the events at Waitangi of the Hikoi organised by Te Kotahitanga approached a meeting with Governor General Sir David Beattie. The article includes an open letter written by Eva Rickard in relation to the missed meeting.|
|Report on Hui for Lecturers Teaching Cultural Safety held at Waikato Polytechnic||unknown||A report of a Hui hosted by Waikato Polytechnic School of Health Studies for lecturers around the country involved in implementing cultural safety teaching. A summary of material by speakers include Rose McEldowny, Charmaine Poutney, AIT Komiti Kawa Whakaruruhau, Amohaere Gardiner, Jasmine Kite. Recommendations from Maori and Pakeha caucus meetings are included.||
Report, Recommendations from the Maori Caucus, Recommendations from Pakeha Caucus
|Comparing Western and Maori Ideas about Professional Ethics||unknown||This table formated document explores two perspectives and ideas related to professional ethics. Concepts explored include stakeholders, relationships, duty, rights, consequences, autonomy, intrinsic good, motivation, accountability, virtues, and rationality. A further table offers examples of similarities and differences.||
Principles/Concepts, Western Perspective, Maori Perspective, Similarities, Differences, Becoming More Similar?
|The Structure||unknown||This diagram is a structural model for bicultural decision making. It shows separate Maori and Pakeha mechanisms for representation (selectional and electoral) and decision making with a common place for korero and dialogue leading to social impacts that target Maori and Pakeha separately.|
|Two blankets and a fiscal envelope||unknown||
What is a fiscal envelope?; How did it emerge?; Why is the fiscal envelope a Rip off?; Negotiators; The myth that things have improved for Maori.
|Opinion: Sharon Crosbie's Programme||unknown||An opinion response on the arrests of nine Christian protesters charged with disorderly behaviour during the Ecumenical Service at Waitangi Treaty House ground 1983. Written for reading on radio.|
|Hikoi - Māori Seabed Foreshore||unknown||Advertises a march on October 16, 2004|
|Kawa Whakaruruhau - Culture Safety - Resource Book||unknown||A series of articles contributing to a Kawa Whakaruruhau - Cultural Safety resource book.||
A. Kawa Whakaruruhau - Cultural Safety 1. Teaching Cultural Safety - Irihapeti Ramsden (NZ Nursing Journal June 1992) 2. Cultural Safety - Irihapeti Ramsdem (NZ Nursing Journal Dec 1990) 3. How can you teach Cultural safety? Isabelle Sherrard (NZ Nursing Journal Oct 1991) B. Community Health Issued 1. Health Care Plans - A key alternative for Maori - Juliet Ashton (Health Vol 40:17 Spring 1991) 2. Public Health Nurse - Thea Roorda (Health) 3. Important Improvements in Maori Health (Health Vol 40:5 Spring 1988) 4. Community Health Communities - Anne De Lacey (Health, Vol40:10 Summer 1990) 5. Priorities for Child Health (Health Vol 40:10 Spring 1990) 6. The Challenge of Community Health Care (Health Vol 40:10 Summer 1990) 7. Untrained Hands (NZ Nursing Journal July 1991) 8. Health for the People - Union Health Service (NZ Nursing Journal June 1991) 9. New Choices in Childbirth - Thea Roorda (Health Vol 40:9 Spring 1989) C. Cervical Smears 1. A Continuing Smear Campaign ((NZ Nursing Journal Feb 1991) 2. Major New Campaign to Prevent Cervical Cancer - Diana Burns (Health Vol 40:16 Winter 1991) D. Cot Death 1. Cot Death - What is Being Done? (Health Vol 40:7 Autumn 1989) 2. Cot Death Study Pinpoints Risk Factors (Health Vol 40:14 Summer 1991) 3. Dramatic Drop in Cot Deaths - Lesley Patston (Health Vol 40:17 Spring 1991) 4. Preventing Cot Death - The Role of the Nurse ((NZ Nursing Journal July 1991) 5. Infant Death Rates Drop - Health Vol 40:12 Winter 1990)
|Questions - Decision Making, Resources, Values||unknown||Each section has questions and related activities which aim to explore how responsive the organisation or institution is to working in partnership and biculturalism.||
Decision making (Politics), Resources (Economics), Values (Culture)