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|
|Te Tiriti o Wāitangi-based practice in health promotion||Berghan, Grant. Came, Heather. Coupe, Nicole. Doole, Claire. Fay, Jonathan. McCreanor, Tim. Simpson, Trevor.||This report on health promotion research is influenced by activist scholarship. It is based on the notion that as Te Tiriti o Waitangi legitimises settler presence in Aotearoa New Zealand and governance by the British Crown te Tiriti must lie at the heart of ethical health promotion in this country. It explores the ways in which senior health promoters work with the articles of te Tiriti and its aspirations|
|"But - we are all New Zealanders."|
|"You carry your own damn umbrella"||Kaai, TaniaTan||Tania gives a speech about Te Tiriti o Waitangi from her own Maori perspective to view education in this country from its inception.|
|150 years of European laws||Details 150 years of European laws that betray the Treaty of Waitangi from 1840 to 1988|
|1990 a year of opportunity for the Christian Churches: Parish guidelines||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||
Why 1990? ; Why the Treaty? ; Why the Churches? ; Why is 1990 an opportunity? ; Remembering the exodus ; The Jubiliee year ; Jesus proclaims Jubilee ; Salvation and restitution ; Take the initiative ; Take care when invited to share in events planned by others.
|1990 Activities||unknown||A list of activities with title and date expected to occur during the 1990 Sesquicentennial year.||
New Zealand Culture - list of events, Resources - list of events, People and Community Services - list of events, Education and History - list of events.
|1990 Coalition Meeting Minutes - 11 October 1988||1990 Coalition Group||Minutes of meeting including correspondence between Wesley Church,Director of Parks and Te Haahi Weteriana O Aotearoa concerning the development of Te Aro Pa - "Pigeon Park".||
Reporting Back, General Info, Funding,Project Ideas, Copy of Correspondence between Wesley Church,Director of Parks and Te Haahi Weteriana O Aotearoa
|1990 Commission Official Launching - Report and Reflection||Roberts, John||Report by John Roberts representing CCANZ at the official launch of the 1990 Commission.|
|1990 Election roundup||Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches)|
|1990 Kaitaki questionaire||Kaitiaki||
A letter from Pat Shepherd, Kaitiaki o Manukau, to introduce a questionaire seeking a response to questions for 1990 in connection with the celebrations of 150 year of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. Follows with a 10 Question quiz.
|1990 Worship resources 1840 - 1990||Conference of Churches Aotearoa New Zealand||The 1990 Lectionary and worship resources call Christians to honour the Treaty of Waitangi as a joyful covenant responsibility written on Christian hearts.||
1990 worship resources packe one supplement; introduction to pack one with hymn list and book list; A 1990; Commentaries on the bible readings set for "The 1990 lectionary"; Prayers; A peace-war litany for ANZAC DAY; Liurgy for Internationla Women's Day 1990; The 1990 Lectionary bicultural dates
|1993 United Nations Year of Indigenous Peoples||Waitangi Associates||He korero whakaari mai i Te Runanga o Nga Pihopa Katorika o Aotearoa - Niu Tireni (NZ Catholic Bishops Statement). The inauguration of the United Nations International Year of the Indigenous People 1993, provides an opportunity for the international community to focus on and respond to some of the needs of indigenous peoples.|
|4th annual anti-racism and Treaty Workers gathering||AWEA||
Enrolment form; Anti-racism/Treaty Workers gatherings planning group; People attending Treaty Gathering, March 1991; Report from antiracism and Treaty Workers gathering, Tamaki Makaurau, March 20-24 1991; Follow on to Tau iwi gathering 1991 ; Broadast article - Treaty Hui; Treaty Workers gathering 1991.
|5 + 5 Good ideas about Treaty application||Treaty Resource Centre||Educational resource giving ideas for process and practice in applying the Treaty|
|5th annual Anti-racism and Treaty workers gathering Waikanae, April 24-26 1992||AWEA||Annual National gathering of the Anti-racism and Treaty Workers discussing Treaty work, Maori language, Pakeha interdependence, underlying values and stopping the colonising process||
Training for Trainers; Information; Enrolment; Kapiti Network; Map - Waikanae; Summary of workshop; Handwritten notes.
|A Bicultural continuum||Durie, M.H||This continuum explores bicultural expressions of princples, aims, goals and limitations across a range of possible structures from unmodified mainstream institutions to independent Maori institutions.||
Principles, Aims, Goals, Limitations
|A brief chronology of health among Maori and Pakeha||Waitangi Consultancy Group||This resources is reviews Maori and Pakeha health from 1769 to 1980's. It shows the decline of Maori health since colonisation. It is in chronological order.|
|A brief timeline of how the land of Aotearoa/New Zealand came into Pakeha control||Waitangi Consultancy Group||A timeline of colonisation reporting events, legislation, legal findings and protest from 1840-1990.||
A brief timeline of how the land of Aotearoa/New Zealand came into Pakeha control
|A brief timeline of social welfare in Aotearoa/New Zealand||Waitangi Consultancy Group||This paper shows the development of a Social Welfare system in Aotearoa and makes connections between the economic and social policies of today and the policies of the last 150 years. It also explores how the position of Maori people within this system has largely been dictated by those who benefited most from the unjust alienation of Maori land. The timeline ranges from 1846 to 1991|
|A case for Constitutional Reform||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||This paper picks up the debate on electoral reform (MMP and a proposed Senate system) and explores the implication in Aotearoa. CCANZ propose that Constitutional Reform would be a preferable structural change towards tino rangatiratanga o te iwi Maori. Suggestion is made that tauiwi and church organisations raise the issue of honouring Te Tiriti as central in any proposed constructional or governance changes.||
A case for Constitutional Reform, A Tiriti Analysis of the Present System of Representation and Proportional Representation.