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|
|Treaty settlements process||Harawira, Hone.||Outlines concerns about the process and suggests steps that should be followed to achieve fairness in the process for Māori.|
|Treaty related strategies||Treaty Resource Centre||The Treaty of Waitangi protected Maori culture and power in relation to all that they valued. Tauiwi organisations have responded to the challenge of honouring the Treaty with a variety of strategies.|
|Treaty Principles||Manukau Institute of Technology||
The kawanatanga principle; the Rangatiratanga principle; The principle of reasonable co-operation; The principles of redress.
|Treaty People re the Governor General [GG]||Peet, Katherine||An email letter from the official Secretary to the Governor General explaining how she assents to legislation with particular reference to the Foreshore and Seabed Bill.|
|Treaty past, treaty present||Temm, Paul||"Maori rights in New Zealand are inextricably connected with the Treaty of Waitangi. Former Waitangi Tribunal member, Paul Temm QC, pinpoints where he considers the implementation of the treaty went wrong."|
|Treaty of Waitangi: Royal Commission||Royal Commission on Social Policy||This document contains parts of information taken from the Royal Commission on Social Policy, June 1988 regarding the Treaty of Waitangi.||
New Zealand today -- Participation -- Conclusions -- Encouraging independence -- Participation and representation -- Inforamtion -- Power sharing -- The Maori view -- Co-ordination -- Elimination of inequalities -- Equality of the races -- Goals for equality -- Pacific Islands peoples' perspectives.
|Treaty of Waitangi: a literal translation of the Maori text||Treaty Resource Centre||Explains literally the Maori text of the Treaty of Waitangi|
|Treaty of Waitangi Policy Unit||Department of Justice New Zealand||Advertisement for a a new role with Department of Justice in the Policy Unit. Explains the skills needed for the role|
|Treaty of Waitangi National Hui Programme - September 1984||Te Runanga Waitangi Hui||Programme outline including days and times, and registration form for the Treaty of Waitangi National Hui at Turangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia September 14-16, 1984.|
|Treaty of Waitangi nation's keystone||Taylor, Graham||This article discusses Chief Judge Eddie Durie, Chairman of the Waitangi Tribunal's briefing, tracing the history of the Waitangi Tribunal setting out his interpretation of the treaty provisions, and commenting on the way ahead,|
|Treaty of Waitangi Hui Programme 4-6 February 1985||Steering Committee - Waitangi National Marae||A programme brief and camping guide for attendees of the Treaty of Waitangi Hui held at the Waitangi National Marae 1985.||
Programme, Steering Committee, Objectives, Future Commemoration, Follow up recommendations from Ngaruiawahia, Treaty of Waitangi Amendment Bill, Guide Times.
|Treaty of Waitangi for introduction to Social sciences||Radford, D; Daley, G; Herzog, C||Essay assignment to describe your personal view on how the Treaty relates to Aotearoa New Zealand today. Treaty quiz contains 14 questions.||
Essay criteria; Treaty quiz
|Treaty of Waitangi exhibition - April-June 1990||Project Waitangi|
|Treaty of Waitangi Application course information||AWEA, Treaty Resource Centre||The course is comprised of two 3 hour courses - it reviews the Treaty basics and an introduction to Treaty application models; and participants may choose amongst three options: Treaty and equity; Treaty and cultural competence; Treaty relationships.||
Treaty of Waitangi application course information -- Equity and the Treaty course information -- Treaty and equity better relationships for all -- Equity in relation to Treaty -- Equity (and equality) -- Why does equity matter?; Terms used in discussing equity; Terms used in discssing responses to cultural diversity; Kawa Whakaruruhau: Cultural safety; Equity (and equality); In 1956 Horace Miner worte an article called Body ritual among the Nacirema and shared it with the anthropolgy community; Some notes on culture -- Terms used in discussing equity -- Equity circles -- Equity resources -- equity matters handouts.
|Treaty of Waitangi and Maori health||Salmond, George||
Call for Maori representatives on Health bodies - Val O'Sullivan -- Critical appraisal of the new Zealand Athma hedalth Goal with respect to Maori health -- What is the Maori Asthma situation at present? -- Asthma helath goal -- Asthma mobidity -- Strategies for achieving the health goal -- Management and treatement -- the targets -- Acknowelegment -- Conclusion -- Asthma -- Asthma mortality -- Asthma morbidity -- Astma management plan -- References.
|Treaty of Waitangi and its implications for the health services: Nga ahuatanga mo te hauora o Te Tiriti o Waitangi||Salmond, George - Director General||"In its recently published discussion paper "Partnership perspectives (He Tirohanga Rangapu) the Government set out its principal objectives in the Maori affairs area. They include: Honouring the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi to protect the Maori interests specified in the Treaty; Eliminating the gaps which exist between the educational personal, social, economic and cultural well-being of Maori people and that of the general population; Dealing fairly, justly and expeditiously with breaches of the Treaty of Waitangi; Providing for Maori language and culture to receive an equitable allocation of resources and a fair opportunity to develop; Promoting decision making which provides opportunities for Maori people to participate on jointly agreed terms in such policy formulation and service delivery; Encouraging Maori participation in the political process."||
1. Preamble -- 2. Introduction -- 3. Treaty of Waitangi -- 4. Department of Health response -- 5. Proposed area Health Boards' response -- 6. Conclusion.
|Treaty of Waitangi - application course information||Treaty Resource Centre||This workshop is for people who are ready to start thinking about how to apply the Treaty in their work at the Council.||
Purpose of this course; Course content; Kawa; Queries, problems etc.
|Treaty key to NZ human rights||Tremewan, Chris||"A conference on human rights opens in Wellington tomorrow. Chris Tremewan argues that we need to set our own house in order before making judgements about the standards st by our neighbors." "Until the treaty is observed, the only right of Pakeha to live and govern here is the right of conquest, the fact that sufficient numbers of Maori were cheated, killed or culturally neutralized to enable the usurpation of Maori sovereignty by Pakeha power. Today, the international community questions the legitimacy of such governments in Afghanistan, Cambodia, New Caledonia, Hong Kong and East Timor."|
|Treaty in policy as ideological myth: a critical analysis conclusion||Herzog, Christine||Christine analyses the aspects of the Manukau Institute of Technology charters which explicitly refer to the Treaty of Waitangi.||
Introduction; New Right impact on education policy; Tertiary education policy and the Treaty; Critical theory analysis of policy; Applying the analysis; Analysing the policy at MIT; Conclusion; ENDOTES; Reference list
|Treaty implementation homework to do before session on ----||Treaty Resource Centre||A series of questions to be answered prior to attending a workshop.|