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|
|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
|Examples of organisational responses to Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Treaty Resource Centre||
If Maori text; Article 1 and 2: authority (Kawanatanga & rangatiratanga); Article 2: Land sales; Article 3: Maori have rights of English people; Article 4. Maori culture will be protected.
|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;
|Expression of Taha Maori Through Art||Kawharu, F. V||This paper details the richness and role of Maori Art in expressing Taha Maori and the responsibility and sensitivity required within the education programme in the use and exploration of Maori art.|
|Fair shares for all - fishing, finance and favours?||Public Eyes||
The Round Table thilts at the Commerce Act; Assets for the boys; Caveat vendor - let the seller beware; Selling the geese that lay the golden eggs; Maori fishing rights - what's the catch?; The sharks move in; ITQs and TACs - a story of efishency; Return of the living dead; Cuts & Trucks.
|Fear and loathing on the beaches||Davies, Joe||"The issue of Maori 'customary' rights to own the seabed and foreshore is marked by two outstanding features: unanimity - or something very near it - on the Maori side, and rank hypocrisy on the other." Joe Davies discusses the hypocrisy of the National Government with their insistence that the Pakeha law should apply to everyone equally. They rail against the "special treatment" afforded Maori under the Treaty of Waitangi. Yet the law that grants Maori customary ownership of the seabed and foreshore does not rely on the Treaty.|
|Fish 1990 : the final confiscation?||Kia Mohio Kia Marama Trust||Governments principles for Crown action on the Treaty of Waitangi||
Part one: The state of the Fisheries; Part 2: The Governments scheme; Part 3: The Effect of the deal; Part 4: The decision makers; Part 5: Sharing out the cash and quotas; Part 6: victory in the courts; Part 7: Courts sell out the Treaty - again; Part 8: Governement Cements 10 % deal; Part 9: The Future of Maori Fisheries.
|Fitting into Pakeha society||Nairn, Mitzi; Laidlaw, Chris||A booklet written to give other people in the world some idea of Pakeha culture?||
Fitting into Pakea Society; POW Waitangi forum, Pakeha vision - looking ahead and learning to look back - Mitzi Nairn; Ethnic identity in New Zealand - Christopher Laidlaw
|Foreshore and Seabed Korero - Taupo hui, 19 July 2003||Mikaere, Harry||Harry speaks about a hui held in Haruaki at Ngahutoitoi Marae to discuss foreshore and seabed issues and where we need to go in relation to the issues.|
|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
|Frames, Scripts and a Standard Story||Department of Psychology - University of Waikato||This paper provides a discourse analysis of media constructed stories with an examination of the story of the Maori unit in the Lower Hutt DSW.|
|Free market "Rogernomics" and Maori rights under the Treaty of Waitangi - an resolvable contradiction?||Kelsey, Jane||Considers that the only concerted resistance to economic changes effected by the Labour Government has come from Maori and been sourced in the Treaty of Waitangi. Discusses labour policy and the Treaty of Waitangi, the Waitangi Tribunal, corporatisation, fisheries, redefining Treaty obligation, dismantling state capitalism and the welfare state, the function of law and lawyers, the role of the academic activist and strategies for the future.|
|From here to there: a resource pack||John, Gwyn; McBride, Kevin; Smith, Rodger; Tutty, David||This pack is made up of a number of modules that can be done in any order. The material could occupy 1-6 sessions. The Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand has encouraged the Programme on Racism to produce resources for the discussion of Constitutional change||
Frome here to there, core module folded A3; Who are we module; Timeline module; Kawanatanga and Te Tinorangatiratanga module; Case studies and models module; What is a constitution?; It sounds like Apartheid!; Vocabulary; Useful Books; Worship Resources
|From the fire into the frying pan: on feminists, anti-racists and Maori nationalism||Elvidge, Jo|