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This page includes links to websites and resources out about Te Tiriti o Waitangi, it’s history and implications.
In August 2018, Stuff published Nā Niu Tireni – New Zealand Made, a special project on the Treaty of Waitangi.
The project aims to explain the history of how New Zealand was settled to become the country we know today. It specifically addresses how the Treaty of Waitangi was breached over many decades, linking those wrongs with the attempts at redress through the modern Treaty settlement process.
Stuff drew on public resources and carried out independent analysis to create the database at the centre of the project. It also published a collection of news stories, analysis, opinion, special features and short oral essays as part of the project.
View links and resource documents on The New Zealand History website Treaty of Waitangi page.
You can also click on the following book covers for treaty information.
The All about the Treaty booklet by the State Services Commission was published in 2005.
Tangata Tiriti – Treaty People is an education programme on the Te Tiriti o Waitangi: the Treaty of Waitangi.
Treaty 2 u is a website with resources from the 2006 Touring exhibition designed by Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Archives New Zealand and the National Library of New Zealand.
The Treaty of Waitangi Questions and Answers booklet was created by Network Waitangi Otautahi.
Groundwork provide workshops and resources about the Treaty of Waitangi.
Page authorised by Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori
Last updated on Tuesday 02 October 2018