Conceptual development background resources




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1x folder manila of resources, tools on and conceptual background materials of interest to resource development that can provide useful foundations for further resource development and searches: contains: The Declaration of independence; Tiriti o Waitangi mind map; Map – Te ika a Maui and Te Waka a Maui ; Handwritten paper – Pakeha culture; Pre-European Aotearoa; untitled document starts Treaty Minister Doug Graham ran the same line as Upton; Glossary; Culture definitions; Racial definitions; Multiculturalism is the network of completed bicultural negotiations; Some thoughts for Pakeha’s working against racism; NZ Governments role in ethnic communities; Some of the laws that breach the Treaty of Waitangi; 
A brief chronology of health among Maori and Pakeha – Waitangi Consultancy Group; A bicultural continuum – Mason Durie; A ladder of citizen participation – Shery Arnstein; Social worker attitude survey – Tony Rea; Translation is at best an echo – Shama Ahmed; The genesis of Maori Activism – R J Walker; Map, Te Waipounamu tribal regions in the South Island and North tribal boundaries; Map – North Island location of Maori land1814,  c1909, ,c1960, 2000; North Island land in Maori ownership 1960; What’s wrong with stereotypes – Race Relations Office; 
Environmental issues – Moea Armstrong: Kaitiaki – New Zealand Environmental Law Reporter – July 1994; Policy statement on Involvement of Tangtawhenua in resource management; Tangata whenua issues; Principles for new multi-ethnic NZ; The Mataatua declaration on cultural and intellectual property rights of Indigenous peoples – June 1993; Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples;
Statutory betrayal of Treaty; The Treaty of Waitangi – Richard Bennett; 150 years of European Law
Betsan Martin – Samoa and Colonisation: Samoa Timeline; Futher Palagi responsibilities of Pakeha colonisation.
Bicultural therapy and other papers: Letter to Karen – 27 December 1997; Workshops with Dept of corrections with Pakeha Treaty action; Psychological service psychologists being able to interface and work with Maori providers; Pakeha process in the bicultural therapy project – Margaretanne Roger and Bridget White; Pakeha looking at Maori – Pakeha looking at themselves; Te Tiriti o Waitangi; Cognitive behaviour therapy and the Maori client – Garry Huingahau McFarlane-Nathan; Principles of cultural justice and ethics in practice.
New Zealand Playcentre Federation: Te Tiriti o Waitangi audit of the NZ Playcentre Federation

Primary author: Project Waitangi

Author biography: Māori, Pākehā

Publisher: Project Waitangi

Publication format: Education hand-out, Education resource

Publication place: Auckland

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: APW-2A

Content type: Explanation of Treaty, History, Legislation, Policy, Report, Responses

Sector: Community, Education – tertiary, Education – Treaty, Social services

Informal group: Indigenous peoples, Māori, Other ethnic, Pākehā

Culture related topics: Bi-cultural, Multi-cultural, Racism

General related topics: Colonisation, Equity/justice/fairness

Historical period: 20th

Resources: Culture