Groups and media

These two topics might seem unrelated, but many groups have very helpful websites and social media. Using these an other news platforms, try to read and watch journalism by Māori and Pasifika communities, not just about them. If you can't find a group on the list below, make your own!

News and media

 

Building a stronger Māori and Pacific presence in New Zealand media. Brilliant essays, interviews and other kōrero.

The Spinoff is a New Zealand online magazine covering politics, pop culture and social issues. Their Ātea section focuses on te ao Māori.

Media focusing on young people in Aotearoa with great content on te ao Māori, racism and decolonisation, especially the series Rediscovering Aotearoa. 

Wesbites and blogs

 

Supports the development of a multicultural, Treaty-based society. Provides access to many amazing resources and educational content.

A great blog from Tina Ngata, author of Kia Mau: Dismantling Frameworks of Domination, Rematriating Ways of Being.

Resources from the Treaty and anti-racism movements, events and actions from the 1960s to today.

Organisations

 
Across Aotearoa, there are various amazing groups fighting for decolonisation and doing anti racism work. If any of the below groups are based where you live, reach out and get involved. If there aren't any near you, you can start your own group or ask around in your community.  Check out their social media too. 

This groups main purpose is to help build a bridge and connect Māori and Asian communities.

Transforming beliefs, behaviors, and results so people of all races can achieve at their highest levels and live their most empowered and powerful lives.

Groundwork works alongside organisations wishing to improve their understanding and application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We are invested in creating systemic change and addressing systemic injustice. We work with organisations that are ready to take on the challenge of organisational transformation based on Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Building a social movement that creates lasting change by enabling each person and community to claim their place in Aotearoa New Zealand, while recognising the right of others to do so too.

Kōtare’s vision is of a future with economic, social and environmental justice in Aotearoa based on Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Supports the development of a multicultural, Treaty-based society. Provides access to many amazing resources and educational content.  

A nationwide network of public health professionals and activist scholars committed to ending institutional racism within the administration of the public health sector.

We are a network of young Indigenous people from Aotearoa working to support the kaupapa of decolonisation. We do community organising, professional services, and social media outreach.

A forum for building the movement of tauiwi (non-Māori) supporting treaty-based constitutional transformation as envisaged by Matike Mai Aotearoa.

A facilitation and workshop service offered by cross-cultural Tauiwi facilitators based in Otepoti (Dunedin). We have worked as facilitators since the 1980's and are skilled and experienced Treaty of Waitangi educators.

Te Pumaomao is tikanga-based and presents strategies to develop a holistic understanding of cross-cultural relationships today. Te Pumaomao critically examines the on-going impacts of colonisation on Māori and other Indigenous Peoples in a way that empowers participants toward creating positive social change. 

Resources from the Treaty and anti-racism movements, events and actions from the 1960s to today.

This groups main purpose is to help build a bridge and connect Māori and Asian communities.

Facilitates open discussion about race and racism here in Aotearoa New Zealand. Watch this space to hear how race and racism has impacted tertiary youth.

A network of groups and individuals in Tāmaki-makau-rau who affirm Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the basis for the future of Aotearoa.