Story: Ngā uniana – Māori and the union movement
Page 6 – External links and sources
More links and websites
The website of the body which represents Māori workers in unions affiliated to the Council of Trade Unions.
A video with information about Māori unionists.
More suggestions and sources
Martin, John E. The forgotten worker: the rural wage earner in nineteenth-century New Zealand. Wellington: Allen & Unwin/Trade Union History Project, 1990.
Martin, John E. Tatau tatau: one big union altogether: the shearers and the early years of the New Zealand Workers’ Union. Wellington: New Zealand Workers’ Union, 1987.
Murray, Tom, and others. ‘Towards a history of Maori and trade unions.’ In Culture and the labour movement: essays in New Zealand labour history, edited by John E. Martin and Kerry Taylor, 50–61. Palmerston North: Dunmore, 1991.
Roth, H. Trade unions in New Zealand past and present. Wellington: Reed Education, 1973.
Ruawai-Hamilton, Brian W. Ally yourself with those who have already banded together – ki nga whakaeke haumi: Maori participation and influence in unions. Wellington: CTU, 1994.