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|
|Principles and guidelines for the protection of the heritage of Indigenous peoples||unknown||A comprehensive set of guidelines relating to the protection of Indigenous peoples culture and heritage. Guidelines are drawn with reference to UNESCO and the relevant conventions established on cultural property. The principals include as its base the notion of self determination and guardianship.Principals of transmission, recovery, legislation and commercial use are described.||Principles, Transmission of heritage, Recovery and restitution of heritage,National programmes and legislation, Business and industry|
|Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and a bicultural continuum||Durie, M.H||Copies of charts reflecting bicultural and structural arrangements for applying the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.|
|Programme on Racism - Newsletter||NCC Programme on Racism||The newsletter for the Programme on Racism includes articles of discussion as well as report on activity related to the Kaupapa of the group.||
The Language We Use, Whakarewa - A Step in the Right Direction, Update Tauranga - Ngai Tamarawaho Claim, The Shape of 1990, Exploring the Idea of Sovereignty, Status of Indigenous Women, Resources.
|Project Waitangi and 1990||Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau||Record of Project Waitangi engagement with the 1990 Sesquicentennial.|
|Project Waitangi Legal Structure||unknown||A discussion document exploring the options and question of legal status for Project Waitangi work||Do you need a legal structure? If so, what type? Do you want to be charitable?|
|Project Waitangi Meeting with Community Organisations to Discuss 1990||Project Waitangi||Notes from the meeting bringing together Pakeha organisations to explore and organize with a focus on the Treaty for events in 1990.||
Introduction, Overview, Options, Discussion, Plans for 1990, Feedback from Groups, Discussion
|Project Waitangi Newsletter - April 1988||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi.||
Funding, 1990 Update, Regional news, Resources
|Project Waitangi Newsletter - December 1986||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Projet Waitangi includes organising suggesions and resources.||
Editorial, Travel, Wellington Plenary, Consultation, Approaches to National Organisations, Resources, How to get started, Project Waitangi Leaflet,Waitangi Day 1987,Synergy Survey, Media
|Project Waitangi Newsletter - February 1987||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi||
Clippings, Resources, What's Happening, Focus Week,
|Project Waitangi Newsletter - March 1987||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi||
National Focus Week, Evaluation, Press Release, Regional news, Project Waitangi introduction
|Project Waitangi Newsletter - March 1990||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi includes articles and contacts, speeches from 1990 Waitangi Day. Reference to colour photo supplement not included.||
Contact details, Waitangi Day 1990, Perspectives of the day, Nexus Reporter bnned, Bishop Whakahuihui Vercoe's speech, The Queen's speech, Okain's Bay, Whakatane (Waru), Sesqui who did they think they were fooling?, Nga Paiaka, Mana Tiriti, Haylen Poll, PW Groups
|Project Waitangi Newsletter - November 1986||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi including reports and regional updates||
Editorial, Launching, Governor General Speech, What's Happening,Resources, National Coordinators Report
|Project Waitangi Newsletter - October 1986||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Prject Waitangi||
Report from coordinator, Agenda for 6 months, Backgrounder to the Project,Focus Week.
|Project Waitangi Newsletter - September 1988||Project Waitangi||Newsletter of Project Waitangi includes articles, resources, reports and updates||
Maori Fisheries Bill - response and articles,1990 Update, Media hui,Project Waitangi national office, Subscriptions, Regional Groups
|Project Waitangi Open Letter To All Members of the 1990 Commission||Project Waitangi||Open letter to the 1990 Commission seeking an audience with the Commission includes a time line of history between Project Waitangi and the Commission.|
|Project Waitangi Pakeha Debate the Treaty||Project Waitangi||Pamphlet format outlining the kaupapa of Project Waitangi. Also included is call to action 'focus week', contact information and a resource list.||What is Project Waitangi, Focus Week 6-12 April 1987, Getting Involved, Resources Available|
|Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau||Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau||A pamphlet outlining the kaupapa and contact information for Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau. Includes a short reading resource list.||What is Project Waitangi?, Suggested Reading|
|Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau||Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau||This draft like pamphlet outlines the kaupapa of Project Waitangi and includes contact information. Not all sides of the flyer are printed.|
|Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau Inc. Archives Project||Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau Inc.||Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau Inc Archives Project meeting notes include a brief summary of the history of the group, discussion on the question - Who are the archives for? and the format of the proposed archive. A letter invites feedback from other Project Waitangi Tamaki Makaurau members, and a contract document describes the terms and conditions of work.||Meeting notes, letter, contract|
|Proposal for Delivery of Bicultural Training for Auckland City Libraries||Martin, Betsan||A letter of introduction and background precedes the content proposal for bicultural training in Auckland City Libraries. The proposal includes a time frame, management and staff training suggested programmes, invited speakers, follow up sessions and costings. Suggested content includes an understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi, bicultural development in the library workplace, and an implementation review.||Cover letter, Proposal for Bicultural Training - Auckland Libraries, Stages 1-8|