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Telling the stories of our researcher whānau – Dr Nadeera Ranabahu

Research needs to have a bigger impact Dr Nadeera Ranabahu has now joined our Researcher Database Whānau. We spoke to her recently about her mahi and her journey as a…

Te Tiriti Resources

“The challenge for us is to step through the [Treaty] door and to discover and recover what’s on the other side.” Mike Smith To accompany our new He Kōrero – Te…

He Kōrero – Te Tiriti Kōrero – Podcast Launch

“Allow the Tiriti to allow us to be Māori, to be safe to be Māori, and to know that you don’t have to do it for us.” Ali Hamlin-Paenga Get closer…

e-News (December 2021) now available

Our December 2021 newsletter was released today. It includes the recording of our last webinar for the year, ‘Oro Atua: Support your hauora – A puoro Māori sound healing experience’,…

Our new kaimahi – Gauri Nandedkar – a wealth of experience and community heart

We welcomed our newest kaimahi – Gauri Nandedkar – to our whānau in November. Gauri takes up the new role of Kaitūhono – Research Sector Engagement and Projects Lead. This role…

Hear from us, not about us: Refugee and Ethnic-migrant Researcher Events 2021

“Honour our voices, validate our knowledge, and let us research ourselves” – this is what Community Research heard loud and clear at our second connecting session in November for researchers…

Telling the stories of our researcher whānau: Cristy Trewartha

Cristy Trewartha has recently joined Community Research’s Researcher Database Whānau. She kindly shared her journey as a researcher with us. Cristy Trewartha is a researcher and change strategist who has…

Annual General Meeting 2021

The Kaitiaki of the Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre (Community Research) warmly invites you to join us at our AGM. Āhea/When: Thursday 18th November 2021 1:00-1:30pm NZ Time Kī…

e-News (November 2021) now available

Our November 2021 newsletter was released today. It includes an invite to our last webinar for the year, ‘Oro Atua: Support your hauora – A puoro Māori sound healing experience’,…

Telling the stories of our researcher whānau: Terryann Clark

Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi – With your kai basket and my kai basket, the people will be well Dr Terryann Clark (Ngāpuhi) is…

Second informal hui for refugee and migrant background researchers in Aotearoa

Following our September webinar, ‘Hear from us, not about us: The power of refugee-background research‘, Community Research is hosting a second online informal networking hui for researchers and evaluators from refugee-background…

Kōrero me te whakarongo (talk and listen)

Recently, we asked social scientist and human rights advocate Dr Jill Chrisp if she would mind sharing the feedback she gave to us, after watching one of our webinars this…

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