Network Waitangi Wellington: Training resources – box 1

DIGITAL LIBRARY

Description

A collection of Treaty training resources collated by the Wellington branch of Network Waitangi.

Table of contents

A church leader’s statement for 1990: a backgrounder — constitutional change studies — Discovering your land story — What land are we looking at — A position paper on the ‘principles for crown action on the Treaty of Waitangi’ — Notes from the bicultural networkers gathering 10 – 15 November 2000 — Methodist Maori division — Memorandum to: Participants at the Network meeting/work groups June 28 1990 — Bicultural Network – July 24, 2000. Issue 3 — In the presence of all peoples: celebrating cultural diversity-No. 10 — Anglican Diocese of Auckland, November 2004: Treaty and Constitutional change newsletter — Politics not justice: an overview and critique of the governments treaty settlements policy by John Roberts — Towards a bi-cultural church – Newsletter No. 18, August 1991 — We have not honoured each other’s promises – Bishop Whakahuihui Vercoe — A race to get ourselves together- The Dominion, Friday Feb 23, 1990 — French witness to Waitangi debate – The Press, Saturday, Feb 3, 1990 — Te Ara Tika: the way ahead — The battle for our society by Jim Delahunty — Power and control wheel — The Treaty of Waitangi: Pakeha face the issues – Journal of the Christian Brethren Research Fellowship — The church the peace movement, and Aoteaora/NZ in 1990 – some prelimanary observations — Manilla Folder: an invitation Wellington District bicultural workshop — Envelope assorted resources: Contents: 1990 worship resources 1840-1990; What did you hear?; A litany for our land; The living creed; Purple paper – prayer; Paper – himene; Blue paper – poem; He karakia; Paper – karakia — Envelope – Te Haahi W. Contents: The bicultural journey: ten years on; Towards a bi-cultural church newsletter No. 15, Dec 1990; Towards a bi-cultural church newsletter no. 16, marc 1991; The choices of Mary Anna Bumby by Paul Prestidge — Envelope – Te Wero etc. Contents: Our alnd story; The treaty is moving as surely as the tide; Te Wero; Three studies on the Treaty of Waitangi 1840-1990 and beyond — Folder – Workshop resources: a collection of useful documents. Contents: Report to the forum on the bicultural input and group discussion; Address list of participants; Forum of cooperative ventures; Report; Wellington CVs Te Tiriti opting in group; Minutes Wellington CVs Te Tiriti opting in group; Te Tiriti o Waitangi; The translation of the Maori text; The Treaty of Waitangi Bicultural Journey since 1983; Handwritten notes – Ngaio Union Parish; Handwritten notes – Cooperative ventures; WCC team visit – Ecustics newsletter of the Conference of Churches in Aotearoa new Zealand, No. 41, April 1996 — He whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni — Worship for Cooperative Venture — Video: The length of a memory — Audio Tape: a history of peace making in New Zealand, parts 1 & 2 —  Audio Tape: a history of peace making in New Zealand, parts 3 & 4 — Audio Tape: The weaving together of people (He raranga tangata) 1. Birth, naming & naming of objects — Audio Tape: The weaving together of people (He raranga tangata 2. Language — Audio Tape: The weaving together of people (He raranga tangata 3. Arts — Audio Tape: The weaving together of people (He raranga tangata 4. Hospital — Audio Tape: The weaving together of people (He raranga tangata 5. Festivals, Death rituals — Audio Tape: Beyond guilt: nga aureretanga o Parihaka — Audio Tape: Beyond Guilt: side one – Wally Hirsh – Race Relations Officer, 30 mins; Side two – Richard Campion discusses his play “Waitangi” 20 Mins.
 

Primary author: Network Waitangi, Wellington

Author biography: Pākehā

Publisher: Network Waitangi

Publication place: Wellington

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: Network Waitangi Wellington: Training resources – box 1

Content type: Explanation of Treaty, Treaty generally

Sector: Education – Treaty

Resources: Culture