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|
|Stuff the fiscal envelope - Support Māori sovereignty||unknown||T-shirt with lettering on front: 'Stuff the fiscal envelope - Support Māori sovereignty', with design showing a warning sign superimposed over an envelope|
|Legislative Violations of the Treaty: 1840-1990||unknown||This timeline resource covers legislative violations of the Treaty since 1840. It includes land ownership figures stating that in 1840 Maori owned 66,400,000 acres of land and in 1975 Maori land was reduced to 3,000,000 acres. The chronology of settlement includes early Maori settlement from c800AD through to the 1986 census records reflecting an ethnic diversity and total population figure.||
Legislative violations of the Treaty, Chronology of Settlement
|Te Tiriti o Waitangi A broken contract||unknown||Image of a document ripped in half vertically with the words TE TIRITI O WAITANGI above and A BROKEN CONTRACT below|
|No title||unknown||This page includes a quote from the chief Nopera Panakaraeo at Waitangi, where he stated "the shadow of the land passes to the Queen, but the substance remains with us". Mention is made of the role of the missionaries in interpretation and the application of the Christian understandings of the governance relationships in the Middle East at the time of Jesus as an analogy for understanding Treaty.|
|Aotearoa is Māori Land - Honour the Treaty||unknown||double koru design enclosing the words: Aotearoa is Māori Land, Honour the Treaty, Stop the Celebrations|
|Māori at Work||University of Auckland: EEO||Promoting fairness at work for Māori|
|Pacific Peoples at Work||University of Auckland: EEO||Promoting fairness at work for Pacific peoples|
|Maori Education Development Conference||University of Auckland Centre for Continuing Education||A series of articles written for presentation at conference on Maori education development. Each article is described in detail within the catalogue under the content title. Conference held at Turangawaewae Marae 23-25th March c1984||
The Maori Response to Education, The Ideological Rationale for the Denial of Maori tanga, A Philosophy of Education, Expression of Taha Maori Through Art, The Frustrations of Being Maori Language Teacher, Proposal to the Education Department for the New Opportunity School, Report on the Opportunity Class 1975, Kohanga Reo, Maori Examination Failure, English Schools and Maori Students, Ethnic Bias in School Certificate, The Inclusion and Exclusion of Maoris in the Technical Institute System, Wa Tatou Kura Maori (Maori Education in Church Schools),Nga Kohanga Reo - A Salvage Programme for the Maori Language, Marae as a Learning Environment in Secondary Schools, Recovery of Mana Maori Motuhake Through Tribal Whare Wanganga.
|The fiscal envelope: economics, politics & colonisation||University of Auckland||
Nga Patai -- The Fiscal Envelope and the Treaty Settlement proposals : an analysis -- The Fiscal Envelope : an interview with Annettel Sykes -- The mystery Envelope : what is the Government up to? /Jane Kelsey -- Crown Treaty Settlement Proposals : given by John Luxton / Leonie Pihama -- Twenty-one ways to take away Treaty rights / Cherryl Waerea-I-Te-Rangi Smith -- New formations of colonisation / Graham Hingangaroa Smith --Constitutional reform and mana wahine / Annette Sykes -- Where to from here?Nga Patai -- The Fiscal Envelope and the Treaty Settlement proposals : an analysis -- The Fiscal Envelope : an interview with Annettel Sykes -- The mystery Envelope : what is the Government up to? /Jane Kelsey -- Crown Treaty Settlement Proposals : given by John Luxton / Leonie Pihama -- Twenty-one ways to take away Treaty rights / Cherryl Waerea-I-Te-Rangi Smith -- New formations of colonisation / Graham Hingangaroa Smith --Constitutional reform and mana wahine / Annette Sykes -- Where to from here?
|United Peoples Movement - letter of support||United Peoples Movement||United Peoples Movement, a group formed from solidarity while marching from Whangarei to Waitangi to protest against the Treaty. This letter is to protest against Racism, Sexism and Capitalism. It includes past and future activities. Includes a panui regarding 139 years of exploitation.|
|The Methodist Church and the Treaty Journey timeline||Turner, Brian||A timeline from 1822 to 1994 regarding the Methodist Church and the Treaty||
Recent Methodist Conference decisions on Treaty issues
|Race Relations or saving oneself from the grip of the devouring serpent||Turia, Tariana||Tariana Turia speaks to the National Press Club about 'Maori issues' but in particular Race Relations.|
|Maori families: the support system||Tukukino, Hana||Hana discusses the differences of post figurative, Cofigurative and Prefigurative phases within Maori society, child abuse, confronting the adult, remove 'at risk' children, release pressure points for the adult, realising separation is a drastic step and a loss to both child and adult, developing support systems, affirming positive aspects of the relationship, treatment plan and education.|
|Why the Maori Fisheries Settlement Assets Must Be Allocated Now.||Treaty Tribes Coalition||"This document tells you a little about the Treaty Tribes Coalition. It backgrounds the fisheries settlement, explains how there is now only one way in which to allocate the fisheries assets and tell you about the cost of delay in transferring to Maori what today is about $700 million in fisheries assets" (pg 4).|
|Ikanui News||Treaty Tribes Coalition||News and information including a message from the Chairperson, report and analysis from Seafood Week, dates for meetings, Korero Kaweka (jokes), Panui Tangata (profile) and contact details.|
|Millions of Dollars of Maori Wealth Being Destroyed: NZIER||Treaty Tribes Coalition||This media statement reports the findings of New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER). It relates the economic cost of non allocation of fishing assets and reports the address by the chair of the Treaty Tribes Coalition, Harry Mikaere, at a Maori Commercial Fisheries Conference in Nelson.|
|The Optimum Allocation Model||Treaty Tribes Coalition||This background paper outlines the allocation model as it was developed by the Treaty of Waitangi Fisheries Commission. It concludes with a brief statement on the model having not yet been implemented.||
|The NZIER Report||Treaty Tribes Coalition||This background paper outlines the findings of an independent study by the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) into the costs associated with the the non allocation of Fisheries due to unresolved legal disputes.||
|The Treaty Tribes Coalition||Treaty Tribes Coalition||This background paper is a brief on the make up and background of the Treaty Tribes Coalition, it includes a list of members, iwi affiliations and the Coalition's purpose for securing allocation of fisheries held by the Treaty of Waitangi Fisheries Commission.||
|Tom Te Weehi||Treaty Times||Biographical information about Tamati Paku (Tom) Te Weehi, committed to the betterment of Maori people regardless of their Iwi affiliations.|