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|
|Economic globalisation, indigenous peoples and the role of indigenous women||Harawira, Makere|
|Education and Racism: some recent contributions||Gabriel, John||This essay is a review of publications - the titles of which are listed in contents.||
Language in a Black Community, Education for All, Racism Education and the State, Education and Vocational Experiences of 15-18 year old Young People of Minority Ethnic Groups
|Education and Te Tiriti o Waitangi - A course application and outline||Herzog, Christine||Several different documents collectively related to gaining course approval for a short course titled 'Education and Te Tiriti o Waitangi' to be run through Te Tari Matauranga Maori (MIT). Documents include course description, planning and assessment criteria.||
Course Cover Sheet, Application for Course Approval, Short Programme Approval Checklist Summary,Course Descriptor (2 copies)
|Effective practice policies for Pākehā Tiriti o Waitangi workers||Way, Karena and Yukich, Diana||Document drafted in May 1996 to guide Pākehā Treaty workers in safe education and training practice.||
Consultation with tangata whenua; Monitoring; Supervisors of Pākehā Tiriti workers; For people being supervised; Checklist for effective Measurement of performance of Pākehā Tiriti workers; Treaty workers who are responsible for facilitating/organising education/training programmes; Supervisors, facilitators, tutors who are external to the organisation; Practice policy for Pākehā Tiriti o Waitangi workers
|Effects of Colonisation||Treaty Resource Centre||A diagram showing the effects of colonisation|
|Eighth National Anti-racism and Treaty Workers Gathering, Whanganui a Tara, 1996||AWEA||
Training for Trainers; Hopes for the conference brainstormed on Friday night; Report from Workshop on Accountability, ethical questions, links to Maori groups, Safety; Summary of the workshop on working with Pakeha men; Resource Managment Act workshop; Press Release July 10 1996; Network Waitangi statement of income and expenditure; The role of tangata Tiriti/Tauiwi activists in the struggle for Tino Rangatirataga; Notes by Moea Armstrong
|Election Boycott: Maori Council of Churches||Auckland Catholic Diocese Justice Peace and Development Commission||Press release in support of Te Runanga Whakawhanaunga i Nga Hahi (Maori Council of Churches) encouraging Maori withdrawal from voting and signing the Tino Rangatiratanga Register. Criticism is pointed at Pakeha politicians and a lack of commitment to the Treaty relationship.|
|Elections background packet : A CCANZ Kitset - programme on racism||CCANZ; programme on Racism||These resource sheets offer, from the perspective of the Programme on Racism, some lines of questioning or listening so that you can critique the candidates in your head, or take part in discussions when things come up on television or at dinner.||
The areas - Treaty of Waitangi settelements; Introduction; Treaty of Waitangi - settlements; Treaty of Waitangi - constitutional matters; Restoration of the productive sector; Restorative justive and prisons; Telling the truth to immigrants; APEC Maori & the Treaty fact sheet 3; Restoring the balance? Punishing crime?; Auckland coalition against APEC; A Church leaders' statement for 1990.
|electoral Reform Bill||Kia Mohio Kia Marama Trust||A question and answer paper critically exploring the implications for Maori of the Electoral Act as it describes the MMP system.||
Part Two Electoral Act (1993), What happens to the Moari Seats, Voting Papers, What does that mean? What does MMP mean for Maori?
|Electoral Reform Coalition||Electoral Reform Coalition||Newsletter articles include arguments for proportional representation as well as further reading and Electoral Reform Coalition organisational notices.||
No Alternative to MMP, AGM, Time for Action, Maori Voters, Party List Votes, Booklists, Anderton Puzzle, Registration
|electoral Reform Referendum Part 2||Kia Mohio Kia Marama Trust||Question and answer sheet that explores the options being presented at the September Referendum on electoral reform.||
MMP - Mixed Member Proportional System, PV - Preferential Voting System, SM - Supplementary Member System, STV - Single Transferable Vote
|Embarking Together - Libraries in the Life of the Nation||Durie, Chief Judge Eddie TJ||
Speech notes consider the way by which libraries reflect the persona or soul of a community or country. The paper discusses partnership, evokes international historical experiences of records and titles, and looks at current work in Aotearoa for establishing meaningful access to records and data bases for Maori.
|End the Waitangi Farce - Drop the Charges!||Waitangi Action Committee||A call to action in support of those arrested for protesting at Waitangi in 1980. Outlines the argument that the Treaty is a fraud and the state has no right to impose its systems on Maori.|
|End the Waitangi Farce - drop the charges!||Waitangi Action Committee||1 page panui protesting in defense of 7 people arrested during protest action against waitangi celebrations 1981|
|Engineers Haka Newspaper Clippings||Various newspaper clippings, articles regarding the Auckland University Student Engineers controversial Haka and the concerns raised.|
|English Schools and Maori Students||Gadd, B||This paper explores how the structure and assumptions that set within the framework of teaching English Language alienates and creates a disfranchisement across culture and class.|
|Entry Points Into Constitutional Reform||unknown||A diagram illustrating the issues that lend argument to Constitutional Reform.|
|Essential elements of genuine consultation as defined by Mr Justice McGeehan||unknown||This handout is made up of three bullet points drawn from a legal finding considering what constitutes a genuine consultation process.||
Sufficient information, Sufficient time, Sufficient consideration.
|Ethnic Bias in School Certificate||Gadd, B||This paper illustrates how the School Certificate system is a central element in the maintenance of institutional racism in New Zealand.||
Introduction, Evidence for Ethnic Bias in School Certificate, Why Ethnic Bias Occurs, Table of Schools
|Exciting racial disharmony||Human Rights Commission||A Discussion paper on section 9A of the Race Relations ACT 1971 which makes it unlawful to excite racial disharmony||
1. Section 9A (Racial Disharmony); 2. International covenants and international situation; 4. The extent to which section 9A inhibits freedom of speech; 5. General Comments; 6. Public Opinion;