Network Waitangi Wellington: Training resources – box 2



A collection of resources used by Network Waitangi, Wellington for training resources relating to The Treaty of Waitangi workshops.

Table of contents

Cultural Synergy: Managing the impact of cultural diversity — Thomas, Gordon: the Trial — Hoani Te Heuheu’s case in London 1940-1941 — The Pakeha Anti-hero (Newspaper article) — Tino Rangatiratanga: overview October 1999, issue 67 — The tragedy of the commons and the comedy of community: the commons in history by Bruce levine — Truth and reconciliation commission, South Africa, Tihoki Mofokeng (notes from notes of workshopa ttended) — Hon Tariana Turia, 29 Aug 2000: Speech to NZ Psycohological Society Conference 2000, Waikato University, Hamilton — Speech to Network Waitangi conference: The Whanganui River claim – the cultural and spiritual significance to the iwi of the Awa, Palmerston North — Email correspondence – Anne Wells and Karena Way: State of the settlement process talk by David Williams — Republicanism and the treaty – are they mutually exclusive? Waitang day panel discussion — Hon Tariana Turia: Speech to the 9th annual Australasian Society for traumatic stress studies, “Trauma and colonisation’, Waipapa Marae, Auckland University 2002. — Multiculturalism and the constitution by Caren Wickliffe — Building the constitution: conference 7-8 april 2000- thematic summary — Can or should the treaty be replaced? – Denese Henare — Indigenous rights and the consitution by Professor Raj Vasil — Where does sovereignty lie? by Moana Jackson —  Te Tiriti o Waitangi: a vision of respect of civilisations and culutures by Annette Sykes — The Treaty in the constituion by Justice Edward Durie — A frameworkfor considering constitutional change and the position of Maori in Aotearoa by Professor Mason Durie — Waitangi Day address – Chief Justice: E Durie – 6 Feb 1989 — Kotare Trust: te Tiriti Exercise: the seven myths of colonisation — The Treaty and the response of the 1988 conference — The Treaty an the Methodist response — Animal to human transplants: is this the way to go? (Broadsheet issue 101, April 2005) — The Kimberley declartion: International Indigenous Peoples Summit on Sustainable Development, Khoi-San Territory, 20-23 August 2002 — A constitution for our nation: a discussion document for use in groups and gatherings in the Church and the wider community — Ngai Tatou 2020: Indigenous peoples and justice – Tangata Whenua i roto i te tika, edited by Edward Douglas and Mark Robertson-Shaw — Another view is that NZ be state of two nations: Maori and Government in parallel — 28th Oct 1999: Mason Durie – Palmerston North: Debate 28th Oct more important that 6 Feb? — The Timeline module — Maori women: caught in the contraditions of a colonised reality by annie Mikaere — The Treaty of Waitangi: source of disunity or template for cultural inclusion: a public talk at St Benedicts, Newton, Auckland on Sunday 29 Feb 2004 — Pakeha women and the fiscal envelope: a story — Marion Wood’s story, the fiscal envelope — Sovereignty: the Debate 1996 — Some liberaton theory — He whakaaro noa: Trevor Mallard, Indigeneity and the Treaty of Waitangi — Nature: our cultural assumptions by Elizaeth Dodson Gray — Resource kit for understanding the effects of Pakeha culture and for reducing reacism — The big fat historical (economic) backgrounder puple pocke: a reviw of historical information sources for thinking about racism and economics — The way to Ratana: in 1918, the Holy Ghost appeatd to save the Maori peopole.  the message endures by Peter Malcouronne (NZ Listener July 31, 1999) — Soverignty claims flawed — Maoris explain soverignty claim — Wiatngi Tribunal celebrated 25 year milestone (Te Manutukutuku) — The conept of ‘tangata whenua’ and collective interests by Jeremy McGuire — Crossing cultures – People of the spirit: April 1985 — To each according to their need – NZ Education review, Feb 2004.

Primary author: Network Waitangi, Wellington

Author biography: Corporate/institutional, Māori, Pākehā

Publisher: Network Waitangi

Publication place: Wellington

Publication status: Okay to copy

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: Network Waitangi Wellington: Training Resources – Box 2

Content type: Explanation of Treaty, History, Policy, Report, Treaty generally

Sector: Education – Treaty

Informal group: Indigenous peoples, Māori, Migrant, Pākehā

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

General related topics: Colonisation, Equity/justice/fairness, First Peoples' rights

Historical period: 20th

Resources: Culture