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Network Waitangi wishes to acknowledge the following groups that have produced valuable resources on the Treaty. of Waitangi and related issues with apologies for those we have missed. Aotearoa Educators Kia M hio Kia M rama Trust Koha television programme Te Whakakotahitanga o. ng Iwi o Aotearoa The M ori Congress M ori Women s Welfare League New Zealand Council Ng. Kaiwhakam rama i Ng Ture Ng Tamatoa Te Ahi Kaa Te Kawariki Waitangi Action Committee Action. acknowledgements, For an Independent Aotearoa arc Aotearoa Reality Check Anti Racism Crew Auckland Committee on. Racism and Discrimination Citizens Association for Racial Equality Conference of Churches of New. Zealand Programme on Racism Double Take Halt All Racist Tours Justice and Peace Office and. Bicultural Desk of the Auckland Catholic Diocese K wanatanga Network Methodist Bicultural Desk New. Perspectives on Race P keh Treaty Action Pax Christi Aotearoa Peace Movement Aotearoa Playcentre. Treaty Education Team Project and Network Waitangi national and regional groups Tamaki Treaty. Workers Te Tari M tauranga M ori Manukau Institute of Technology The Rowan Partnership Theology. and Racism Collective Treaty Resource Centre Waikato Anti Racism Coalition Waitangi Associates. Waitangi Consultancy Group and the YWCA,2012 edition Amendments to pages 2 3 6 and 45. The 2015 edition incorporates information from evidence presented by Ng puhi Nui Tonu at the hearing. of their initial claim to the Waitangi Tribunal Wai 1040 The evidence provides completely new insight. into He Wakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu T reni the Declaration of Independence and Te Tiriti o. Waitangi and is encapsulated in the independent report Ng puhi Speaks 2012 and He Whakaputanga me te. Tiriti The Declaration and the Treaty the Waitangi Tribunal Report on Stage 1 of the Te Paparahi o Te Raki. Inquiry WAI 1040 2014, The 2016 edition updated the expression in English of Te Tiriti o Waitangi on page 54. The 2018 edition also updated the expression in English of Te Tiriti o Waitangi now on page 53 amended. pages 6 and 55 and added the section on the two conflicting documents on page 55. Design by Jenny Rankine Contributors, Words Pictures Auckland with funding 1989 edition National Committee Project. support from Corso Inc Waitangi, First published 1989 1993 edition Network Waitangi Jane.
Cooper and Karena Way,Second revised edition 1993, Third revised edition 2008 2008 edition Moea Armstrong Edwina. Fourth revised edition 2012 Hughes Ingrid Huygens Joan Macdonald. Fifth revised edition 2015 Katherine Peet and Averil Williams with. Sixth revised edition 2016 special thanks to Moana Jackson and David. Seventh revised edition 2018 Williams Thanks to Heather McPherson. for proof reading, Published by Network Waitangi 2015 edition Additions and editing from. Network Waitangi Otautahi Christchurch Ng puhi Speaks authors Susan Healy and. Community House 301 Tuam Street,Ingrid Huygens and from Joan Macdonald. Christchurch 8011 organisers nwo org nz Carl Chenery Edwina Hughes Rachael. phone 03 365 5266 Harris Moea Armstrong Katherine Peet. Network Waitangi Whangarei email,and Averil Williams who also proof read. reotahi2 gmail com phone 027 319 7234,Cover image New Zealand Listener used.
with permission,Back cover image Design by Lisa Williams. Copyright Fineline Studios lisawilliams zfree co nz. Permission is given for this publication,to be copied distributed or transmitted. providing it is properly attributed not,altered in any way and is not sold for. TREATY OF WAITANGI,Questions and,Network Waitangi,ISBN 978 0 473 31471 2. Introduction 6 22 What is aboriginal native title 21. Questions and answers 7 23 What about lands that were not. 1 What contact was there between M ori perceived as physically occupied by M ori. and P keh before 1840 7 tribes 22, 2 What were early relationships like 24 How did M ori understand land.
between M ori and P keh 8 sales 22, 3 What other countries were interested in 25 How can a document signed in 1840. New Zealand 8 have relevance for today 23, 4 How did authority and laws operate for 26 Is M ori concern about the failure to. M ori and P keh in these early years 8 honour the Treaty something new 24. 5 What was Te Wakaminenga the 27 Why is there so much trouble about the. Confederation of Chiefs 9 Treaty 25, 6 What was British policy before 1840 9 28 Why can t we throw it out and start. 7 What is the Declaration of again 25, Independence 10 29 Why can t we just get on with living as. 8 Who controlled the country around one people 26,1840 11 30 What about separate or parallel.
development Isn t that apartheid 27,9 What led to the Treaty 12. 10 What is the Treaty of Waitangi 13 31 Why are there separate parliamentary. seats for M ori 27,11 Who wrote Te Tiriti o Waitangi 14. 32 What is the M ori Option 28,12 Are Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Crown s. 33 What does the Treaty have to do with,English language version the same 14. P keh and other Tauiwi 28,13 What are the similarities and differences.
between Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the 34 Did the Treaty allow for immigration. Crown s English language version 14 from other countries apart from Britain 29. 14 Which Treaty is the right one 15 35 What is the place of other peoples. apart from M ori and P keh in relation to, 15 Why are there differences between Te the Treaty of Waitangi 29. Tiriti o Waitangi and the Crown s English, language version 16 36 But haven t other ethnic groups apart. from M ori also suffered from racism 29,16 What did M ori intend in entering into. the Treaty agreement 16 37 Why can t M ori look after their. language and culture in the same way that,17 Why was the British intention to. other ethnic groups do 30,gain sovereignty not explained at Treaty.
signings 18 38 Does honouring the Treaty of Waitangi. mean giving M ori all their land back 31,18 Where was Te Tiriti o Waitangi signed 19. 39 M ori are only about 15 percent of the, 19 What was the status of the Treaty in the population why continue with the Treaty. early years 19 32, 20 How did the Crown gain control of 40 What does the Waitangi Tribunal do 32. Aotearoa 20,41 Haven t M ori gained from having, 21 The Treaty is sometimes called a European technology and other material. covenant What does that mean 21 benefits 33,4 TREATY OF WAITANGI QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
42 What are the difficulties Maori face in What can I do 49. regard to Maori land 34 Appendices 51, 43 What is being done to recognise and 1 He Wakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga. apply the Treaty 34 o Nu Tireni The Declaration of. 44 Why should we do anything now 35 Independence of New Zealand 28. 45 Doesn t the Treaty make everything October 1835 51. complicated and take up too much time 36 2 Te Tiriti o Waitangi The Treaty of. 46 Most M ori are happy with the status Waitangi 52. quo Isn t it just a few radicals stirring up 2A An expression in English of the text in. trouble 36 Te Reo 53, 47 What does cultural safety mean 37 2B Te Tiriti meaning in plain English 54. 48 What are the principles of the Treaty 3 An English version from March 1840. of Waitangi 37 54, 49 What was the foreshore and seabed 4 There are two conflicting documents. legislation about 37 55, 50 Isn t it best to have the foreshore and 5 Historical events and laws which breach. seabed in public ownership 39 te Tiriti o Waitangi 56. 51 What have United Nations human 5 Further reading and websites 64. rights bodies said about the foreshore and,seabed legislation 40.
52 What else did the UN Special,Rapporteur on Indigenous Peoples Rights. 53 Why are UN human rights bodies,interested in the Treaty 42. 54 What is the UN Declaration on the,Rights of Indigenous Peoples 44. 55 What does Treaty based constitutional,change mean 45. 56 Are there any examples of Treaty based,co governance 46.
57 What have Tauiwi done to change the,situation 47. Waitangi February 2006 Photo Gil Hanly,TREATY OF WAITANGI QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 5. Network Waitangi However this has not been so on the. introduction,Crown s side of the agreement breaches. etwork Waitangi is a non,were reported only days after its signing. governmental organisation NGO,Claims and petitions based on breaches.
which evolved from Project Waitangi,of the Treaty have been made repeatedly. Project Waitangi was launched in 1986 to,by M ori to the British Crown and New. raise awareness of the Treaty among non,Zealand governments for more than 160. M ori Then Governor General Sir Paul,years and more recently to the United. Reeves was its patron,The Network now links regional groups of.
The introduction of the Treaty of Waitangi,independent mainly non M ori educators. into the public arena particularly since,Through educational workshops study. the establishment of the Waitangi Tribunal,groups resource material public seminars. in 1975 has led not only to a heightened,and submissions we assist P keh and. awareness of this country s history but also,other Tauiwi as tangata Tiriti people.
to a sense of confusion and sometimes fear,of the Treaty to honour our Treaty. about what it all means,responsibilities Our workshops also study. the effects of colonisation institutional and The old idea of New Zealand as a country. personal racism and aim to support tangata with the best race relations in the world. Tiriti to implement creative and equitable has been seriously questioned but some. Treaty based relationships with tangata people would like to go back to the days. whenua We are committed to structural when the Treaty was not generally part of. and institutional change based on the M ori non M ori consciousness. language text of the Treaty of Waitangi,To understand our present situation we. We acknowledge M ori as tangata whenua must journey back and re learn our history. We recognise the Treaty as the basis of our to understand the effects of the decisions. nationhood it was and is an invitation made by those who lived before us We. to enter into a relationship with M ori to can then move forward with a shared. govern the country together understanding and a renewed confidence. The Treaty underpins P keh culture it is in our abilities to resolve the problems we. one of the things that makes that culture have inherited. unique and different from British or We invite readers to put aside their. other European peoples Though P keh anxieties and discover what the promise. recognise those people as ancestors the of the Treaty is really about Non M ori. Treaty adds a crucial dimension which have nothing to fear and much to gain. accepts and welcomes P keh as citizens in from acknowledging the M ori text of the. a Pacific nation Treaty that clearly shows M ori would. T his book has been produced for retain their sovereignty while allowing. people who want to gain a basic the Crown to exercise a limited form of. knowledge about the Treaty of Waitangi self governance. and its implications,Since it was signed in 1840 the Treaty has. been seen by M ori as an essential part of,their understanding and ways of operating.
6 TREATY OF WAITANGI QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, What contact was there Next came the missionaries and their. questions and answers,families A northern rangatira Ruatara. between M ori and,invited Samuel Marsden to establish. P keh before 1840 the first base of the Church Missionary. B y the time the Treaty was signed in,1840 British and M ori were no. Society Anglican in the Bay of Islands,in 1814 The Wesleyans Methodists.
strangers to each other The visitors found followed in 1822 and the Catholics in. a highly developed sustainable civilisation 1838 Missionaries set up schools to teach. in which autonomous tribes hap literacy and Christian teachings as well. as cultivation of European crops While,operated their own systems of health. education justice welfare and spirituality missionaries were heavily involved in. Hap practised a particular relationship trading and gardening activities the actual. with each other the land and environment rate of conversion to Christian practices. and all was interwoven by a common and beliefs was slow Literacy however was. language quickly adopted and by 1840 more M ori,than P keh per capita were literate in. After the European explorers like Abel,their own language. Tasman 1642 James Cook 1769, and Jean de Surville 1769 British and M ori economic development expanded. American sealers and whalers became rapidly from the 1820s including. active in this region of the Pacific By 1800 commercial gardening and farming and a. about 50 whalers and sealers were living ship building industry Hap bought ships. here mainly on off shore islands After and commissioned ship building to create. 1800 contact became more regular with an inter coastal and trans Tasman transport. M ori supplying visiting ships with fresh network exporting wheat potatoes and. water fish and meat kumara flax and logs butter Agriculture flourished through to. to make ships masts Hap in the north the 1850s with M ori exporting to Australia. and elsewhere established large commercial and other countries around the Pacific. trading gardens to supply European ships M ori also travelled overseas on diplomatic. 4 TREATY OF WAITANGI QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS contents Introduction 6 Questions and answers 7 1 What contact was there between M ori and P keh before 1840 7 2 What were early relationships like between M ori and P keh 8 3 What other countries were interested in New Zealand 8 4 How did authority and laws operate for M ori and P keh in these early years

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