Digital Resource Library Search
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|
|Whanaungatanga||Treaty Resource Centre||Provides an explanation of Whanaungatanga.|
|Whanau Development and Maori Survival: The Challenge of Time||Durie, Mason|
|Whakapuakitanga||NZ AIDS foundation||Advertises services for young Māori men who think they may be gay or bisexual (takataapui)|
|Whakapapa||Treaty Resource Centre||Provides an explanation for Whakapapa. Shows how to set our a whakapapa chart, including one for an organisation.|
|We of Project Waitangi want to invite you to a meeting||Project Waitangi||Invite to inform of workshops being organised for the year as part of the Making waves workshop series by madeline McNamara|
|We have reached a turning point in that the observence has moved to Wellington||National Council of Churches||A press release opposing the celebration of Waitangi Day with particular reference to the shifting of the focus of the event to Wellington.||
|We are under siege from all sides, a fourth world people in our own country. Schools and institutions have done what guns normally do.||Tawaroa, Makareta||
Resistance continues: Impact of struggles; Key to real change; Land is life; pressure to colonise; Armed might; Maori resistance; Conquest legalised; The land courts; Injustices continue; Language - heart of a culture; Promises betrayed; The Treaty and the law.
|We all sit under the same stars||Human Rights Commission||Advertises Te Ra whānaungatanga, Race Relations Day, 21 March|
|Washing line Treaty||Huygens, I||clothing garments created for an activity on February 6th 2001 in Aotea Square, Auckland|
|WARC Press Release - Cultural Safety Hui||Humpharies, Maria||This detailed press release is a response by the Waikato Anti Racism Coalition to comments made in the press by Waikato Polytechnic Chief Executive Peter Johnson on the teaching of cultural safety competency to nursing students.|
|WARAG : Women's antiracism Action Group||WARAG||
Contact list for WARC -- Women on the move: you cant stop the spirit - pamphlet -- Order card for book: Paakeha/Tauiwi Seeing the Unseen -- 1981-1983 plastic envelope of resource papers and workshop materials on racism, various authours and sources, WARAG minutes -- 1983-1984 plastic envelope of resource papers and workshop materials on racism -- WARAG Summary of recent events -- 1984 Discussion paper on institutional racism in DSW -- Foreword -- Interim Task Force Institutional Racism in DSW - terms of reference -- Summary of meeting with Director-General held in head Office on 28 February 1985 -- Ideas for consideration by the interim task force -- Commitments made by the Director General -- 30 July 1985: WARAG Report -- 8 May 1985: WARAG Report -- DSW Internal working party institutional racism in DSW terms of reference -- 31 July 1985: Meeting Maori needs in the department -- 7 August 1985: Message from Director-General and Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Maori perspective in the DSW -- Interview with WARAG -- Maori Advisory Unit Report (1985) -- Institutional Racism in the Deparment of Social Welfare Tamaki Makaurau -- Department of Information systems London School of Economics and Political Science: Working Paper Series 105, Erica L. Wagner: "(Inter) Connecting IS Narrative Research: Current status and future opportunities for process-oriented field studies", March 2002 -- Audio files: Women against racism in Government challenged Social Welfare.
|Waitangi? A resource kit||Churches' Action Committee||A series of articles, resources and references to assist Church Leaders and congregations in understanding and engaging with the Treaty of Waitangi.||
How to use this kitset. What the Churches and Church Leaders have said about the Treaty of Waitangi, Studies:Session 1 The Treaty of Waitangi, Session 2 Legislation/Land Issues since the Treaty, Session 3 Pakeha Responbilibyt in 1984, An Introduction to the Debate, Our Own Backyard, The Treaty of Waitangi (R J Walker), Cover Up 1840-1983, Myths Idols and the Treaty of Waitangi, Legislation Betrays the Treaty of Waitangi, Forward - What happened at Waitangi 1983, Beyond the History, A time of Repentance and Hope: A format for worship on the Sunday nearest Waitangi Day, Biblical Study from Galatians, Resources, Order Form.
|Waitangi: Justice and reconcilliation||Durie, Edward Taihakurei||
Introduction; The Treaty of Waitangi - its plae in history; The contemporary importance of the Treaty; The Treaty in the resoulution of land claims and the determination of rights; Legal and political roles in effecting resolutions; Footnotes
|Waitangi Tribunal Publications||Gibbs, Bronwyn||This resource sent via the Waitangi Tribunal to MIT library is a list and order form for publications related to the work of the Tribunal.||
Fax cover page and note,Publications list - Tribunal Reports, Research Reports,Occasional Publications,District Reports, National theme reports,Rangahaua Whanui National Overview report,A timely new Treaty resource
|Waitangi Tribunal - Newspaper Clippings||none||Articles, opinion pieces, advertisements, responses and reports from newspapers on issues relating to the Waitangi Tribunal. A comprehensive collection.|
|Waitangi Hui 1984 - Newspaper clippings||None||Extracts from newspaper articles related to the work and findings of the National Hui on the Treaty of Waitangi held at the Turangawaewae Marae in September 1984.||
Newspaper clippings: Treaty salute will go on -- Hui of reconciliation -- Row over Waitrangi -- Welcome consenus comes from Hui -- Hui wants no treaty ceremony next year -- Views on maori contribution bring flak for Sir Robert -- Hui seeks area of consensus -- Tribal networks may link Marae-Cabinet -- Hui achieves aim - and more Churches criticised -- The making of history on the Turangawaewae marae
|Waitangi Day Hamilton||unknown||White T shirt with small logo and words 'Waitangi Day, Hamilton City', front top right|
|Waitangi Day address - chief Judge Durie - at Waitangi 6 February 1989||Durie, Chief Judge||Judge Durie gives a Waitangi Day address at Waitangi about what the Treaty means for him personally and discusses how we might celebrate the Treaty, especially while moving into its 150th anniversary in 18990.|
|Waitangi Day 1983 as seen from NCC Auckland||Brash, Alan||A report to include a summary of Waitangi Day 1983 events and the role of National Council of Churches.||
Introdcution, Church Caucus Formed within the Coalition, The "Official Celebration' at the Treaty House, The 10am "Ecumenical Service", General, Can Prayer heal Divided House?
|Waitangi Day 1982 Clippings||none||A large number of reports from the New Zealand Herald and the Northern Advocate on Waitangi Day 1982|