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READINGS & ACTIONS

There’s a wealth of useful resources out there about Te Tiriti of Waitangi and it can be difficult to know where to begin. We have compiled a brief list (by no means exhaustive) of the key texts, websites and other media we at Groundwork draw on to inform our workshops. This list is also presented below.

We’ve also have these suggestions for personal actions people might take in response to Te Tiriti.

(A) = article (B) = book (D) = documentary
Other resources are links to websites that have a mix of resources.

 

Organisations:

Aotearoa New Zealand history:

      • How finance colonised New Zealand (A) Cumming, C. (2019). Outlines the role of finance in the
        colonisation and gives context and detail on the actions of the New Zealand Company.
      • Ka Whawhai Tonu Matou: Struggle without End (B) Walker, R.J., (2004). A history of Aotearoa New
        Zealand, from creation and Polynesian migration through to the present.
      • No Māori Allowed (D) Residents of Pukekohe, including kaumātua, share their personal stories and
        confront the town’s racist past.
      • Origins (D) Explores who the first people in Aotearoa were, where they came from and how they got here.
      • Speak No Māori (D) Unpacks the history of te reo Māori in Aotearoa, from its dominance to its gradual
        decline and modern-day revitalisation efforts.
      • Tangata Whenua: an illustrated history (B) Anderson, A. Binney, J. Harris, A. (2014). 5000 years of
        history.
      • Te Kāhui Whakatau Government website with details of Treaty settlements.
      • Waitangi Tribunal In-depth reports and information on Tribunal inquiries.

Te Tiriti o Waitangi specific resources and research:

Current responses:

Current affairs and other resources:

I want to:
LEARN ABOUT TE TIRITI O WAITANGI
GET GUIDANCE AND TOOLS FOR UPHOLDING TE TIRITI IN OUR ORGANISATION
KNOW MORE ABOUT THE WORK OF HAUMI / ALLIES

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