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.
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|Title||Primary author||Content description||Table of contents|
|Waitangi - Ka whawhai tonu matou||unknown||The word 'Waitangi' sits above design, with the words 'Ka Whawhai tonu matou' below|
|Waitangi||Nairn, Mitzi||A series of articles aimed to support discussion in the classroom on the Treaty of Waitangi.||
Treaty Text, Hone Heke - the first to sign, Questions Pakeha often ask, Day off or ripoff, Follow up.
|Wa Tatou Kura Maori (Maori Education in Church Schools)||Curtis, Toby||This paper looks at the history and current situation for Maori student achievement within Maori Church Boarding Schools.||
Preamble, Research in Maori Eduction, Current Position - 1984, Some misconceptions and objectoins, Reasons for Success, Possible Directions
|Valuing ethnic diversity/New Zealand towards 2000||Dr N Rasalingam||Dr Rasalingam, National president of New Zealand Ethnic councils, Auckland Regional Council, discusses the concept of valuing ethnic diversity, a notion relevant to all people, but specifically New Zealand in the 1990s, as we become a more multicultural society, as we move towards the year 2000.|
|Urban Maori Claims-Fisheries Commission||Walker, Ranginui||The submission outlines the historical and social history of iwi as a political base, arguing that land alienation and other forces of colonisation destroyed, all but ideologically, the links for Maori with tribal resources. It outlines the emergence of urban Maori development and groupings as the meaningful and legitimate voice for Maori and goes on to outline the flawed nature of the Maori fisheries claim through the Sealords deal both as a global solution and in the division of benefits. A summary article for publication in Metro is also attached.||
Cover letter,Submission to Waitangi Tribunal on Behalf of the Waipareira Trust, Introduction, Auckland Metropolitan Marae,The Sealords Claim, Maps - Crown Lands acquired from Ngai Tahu and Maori Land 1960, Metro article.
|Unsung heroes of Titokowaru's war||Belich, James||"Only three out of 150 first-year Victoria history students knew who Titokowaru was when asked earlier this year. Yet Titokowaru of Ngati Ruanui was the best military leader New Zealand has ever produced, according to the author of the New Zealand Wars, a history due out later this month which radically reinterprets the Anglo-Maori conflicts of the last century. In the first of three specially adapted extracts for The Dominion, James Belich recalls the Maori chief who never lost a battle against the British."|
|Unprecedented Te Maori art exhibition||US World Journal||Advertising supplement to the New York TImes. The US World Journal has devoted this entire supplement to a comprehensive survey of New Zealand. This supplement includes an article on the Te Maori Exhibition tour to New York.|
|Universal Provision, Indigeneity and the Treaty of Waitangi||Durie, Mason||Emphasis on citizenship rights as individual liberties needs to be addressed in the context of the Treaty and indigenous peoples' rights.|
|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.|
|Unite to fight racism||unknown||T shirt with the words 'Unite to fight racism' on the front and 'Aongatete 1984' on the back|
|Understanding Waitangi Seminar resources||A collection of resources regarding understanding Waitangi.||
Understanding Waitangi (Claudia Orange) -- The Treaty of Waitangi (Claudia Orange) -- Treaty of Waitangi - Te Tiriti o Waitangi -- The role of culture in the struggle for liberation: Palmerston North, July 7, 1986 -- Bishop Jean Baptiste Pompallier and the Treaty of Waitangi (Manuka Henare) -- The Treaty of Waitangi: official English text -- The Treaty of Waitangi: International law -- Part II and clause 26 of the Draft New Zealand BIll of Rights (Chief Judge E Durie).
|Understanding the Library Needs of Maori Residents||Research Solutions Ltd||The document reports the survey results of Maori users and non users of library on needs, barriers and experiences of Library services in the Manukau area.||
Background and Objectives, Methodology, Executive Summary
|Understanding biculturalism||Durie, Mason||"If there is some confusion about the relevance of the Treaty to contemporary New Zealand there is an even greater lack of clarity about the concept of biculturalism. To different agencies and groups it has diverse meanings and there are significantly different understandings between Maori and Non-Maori."|
|Two blankets and a fiscal envelope||unknown||
What is a fiscal envelope?; How did it emerge?; Why is the fiscal envelope a Rip off?; Negotiators; The myth that things have improved for Maori.
|Twenty-one way to take away treaty rights||Waerea-i-te-rangi Smith, Cherryl||"This article was written by Cherryl Waerea-i-te-rangi Smith of Ngati Porou, Ngati Apa. It was inspired by a similar list written by Jerry Gambill, a Mohawk Scholar, in 1968, titled "Twenty-one ways to scalp an Indian". It highlights many of the ways in which the Crown has sought to undermine our rights under Te Tiriti o Waitangi, over the past 155 years. It shows how there are many ways that the Crown are attempting to do this and that in order to stop this we must e aware of the ways in which they do it. This list provides us with examples of some of the ways in which the Crown works to deny us our rights and the rights of our tamariki and mokopuna".|
|Turangawaewae||Herzog, Christine||Provides an explanation of Turangawaewae, includes an article by Timoti Karetu "The clue to identity"|
|Treaty-Related reading plus Treaty-Related reading (Cultural Competence), (Education) and (Local Government)||Treaty Resource Centre||Lists of resources for further reading||
Treaty-related reading; Treaty-related reading (education); Treaty-related reading (health); Treaty-related reading (local Government); Treaty at work resources; Reading: Treaty and cultural Competence
|Treaty workshops for community groups and members of the public||Treaty Resource Centre||Advertising brochure to promote Treaty workshops for community groups and members of the public by the Treaty Resource Centre.|
|Treaty Workshop Outline||Herzog, Christine||Detailed content notes and "facts" with time frame and headings for running a four part Treaty workshop. Reference made to materials such as the wave, quiz and timeline.||
An Historical Perspective, Treaty of Waitangi - a document analysis, Land violations, Settlements, Future framework, Models
|Treaty Workshop - Warkworth Women's Centre||unknown||A brief workshop plan for a proposed Treaty workshop to be run through the Warkworth Women's Centre.||
Introductions, The Wave, Treaty Quiz, History, Implications for workplace, Models for future, Evaluation