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Resources and Papers

Links to papers and resources are listed below.

‘Suing Robert Muldoon and doing time’: From anti-apartheid to Project Waitangi - 2014
Robert Consedine - The Rona Bailey Memorial Lecture, 13 February 2014

State of the Nation Forum- Reflections for Waitangi Day 2009
A speech delivered by Robert Consedine at Waitangi on 6 February 2009

The Treaty in the Trenches - Treaty Education in Practice
A paper delivered by Robert Consedine to the Association For Canadian Studies Australia New Zealand (ACSANZ) Biennial Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand 11-13 April 2006

White Privilege - The Hidden Benefits
In response to significant public interest and many requests for Chapter Ten of the updated version of Healing Our History - The Challenge of the Treaty of Waitangi, Robert has decided to offer White Privilege - The Hidden Benefits as as a separate paper.

Alternatively, view the Mana Magazine Article, White Privilege: The Hidden Benefits
(scanned with permission from Mana Magazine). Note that this file is large and may take some time to download.

Tribute to Dr Irihapeti Ramsden
The Waitangi Associates team pays tribute to our colleague and mentor Dr Irihapeti Ramsden, Ngāi Tahu, Rangitane, 1946 - 2003

Parallel Treaty of Waitangi Workshops
Since the inception of Treaty education in 1986, there has been continued debate about the process of providing parallel Treaty workshops for Māori and Pakeha. This debate has ranged across all cultural lines as we continually struggle with radically different ideas about dealing with issues emerging from our colonial history. The writer has been part of the evolution of this process and has led every conceivable combination of workshop during the past eight years. From this experience, and in constant dialogue with Kai Tahu, a policy of providing parallel Treaty workshops for Pakeha and Māori emerged.

A paper by Robert Consedine

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