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|
|Gifts of tribal land to the Church: what happens when the tribe wants the land back?||Williams, David V.||In the first two decades of British rule there were a large number of land transactions in many parts of the country whereby Maori gifted pieces of land to Church authorities so that their children could receive an education from missionary ministers or teachers. This paper discusses how the church obtained title and the Crowns part in the transfer of land, and looks at what happened if no school was built, could Maori claim return of these lands, and tribal nature of Maori landholding.|
|Recovery of Mana Māori Motuhake through tribal wananga||Winiata, Whatarangi||This paper explores the development of Te Wananga o Raukawa through a historical perspective and a report on contemporary times.||
A historical perspective; The contemporary context; Course of study; Research; hapū and Iwi planning; Tribal resources and activity; Conclusion
|Reducing the Socio-Economic disparities between the Partners to the Treaty||Winiata, Whatarangi||
Introduction ; Enough is enough ; Two cultures development and partnership ; The Maori Battalion model ; GIRA: Getting it right accidentally ; Tax revenues spent for and on our behalf ; Initiatives of the Hahi Mihinare ; Our dual economy ; Generostiy between the partners ; Setting the Nation alight ; Conclusion ; Appendix 1. The Nation's Budget and the Treaty of Waitangi: A Partial analysis - Whatarangi Winiata ; A possible allocation of selected 1997/98 Appropriations for Maaori to manage and report on.
|The first National Pakeha Anti-racism gathering, 7th -9th December, 1984||Womens Reflection Action Group; Tauranga Mens Action Collective||Gathering set up to invite Pakeha with a need to develop their own identity and own energy to deal with racism issues.||
Interviews with Anti Racism Coalition;Map of venue; Anti-racism gathering, Tauranga; conference notes; National anti-racism gathering register; Poem - It could have been me by Holly Near; Photographs; Handwritten list of things to do.
|Papers related to the development of a unit on cultural sensitivity and safety in a hospital setting||Wood, Earlene||A set of documents including email correspondence relating to the development of a cultural safety component training for clinical administrative support services.||
Email correspondence, Draft Document - Provide Clinical Administrative Support Services to include Cultural Sensitivity and Safety in a Hospital Setting, Possible Assessment
|Chaplaincy Services Under Threat!||Wood, Earlene||An essay detailing the historical background of chaplaincy services and the conflict for future funding. It argues that hospital chaplains are an important part of multi disciplinary care teams and provide an essential spiritual and cultural service.|
|Pākehā Women and the Fiscal envelope||Wood, Marion||Outlines the Fiscal envelope issues and gives the YWCA position with criticisms of the Government's actions and provides a story of a woman that reflects NZ's history of colonisation followed by parallel observations of government actions||
1. Letter to YWCA members from President, Lisa Hayes
|Survey of Services for Maori at Auckland City Libraries||Worth, Heather||A survey aimed to improve services to Maori and to help make the libraries more bicultural.||
Introduction/Mihi, Can you tell us something about your iwi?, Some questions about your use of Auckland Library services, Some feedback on library services, Improvement =ent of services, Can you tell us something about yourself?, For people who have not used the library services, Can you tell us something about yourself?
|Public Pays for Treaty 'separatism'||Young, Audrey||Reported comment made by National Party leader Bill English on Treaty of Waitangi education programmes for state servants. Reference is made to Venn Diagrams which are used in the programme.|
|Rinma Rata and the powers that be: a story of a clash of cultures||Young, Christine||"In April Rina Rata applied for a job with the Auckland Hospital Board. She didn't get it. The job went to a Pakeha male. her subsequent appeal and his withdrawal have caused a furore which has thrown into sharp relief many of the racial stresses in our society. The Auckland Hospital board has been forced to take another look at the way people are selected for jobs - and at some of it's members' attitudes to different cultural values. It has not been a comfortable experience for anyone. The case of Rina Rata raises other questions too. Of the role of the Public Services Association and its pushing for affirmative action, of Maori radicals and of liberal clergymen."|