He Kōrero – Podcast Collection (Pakihere Rokiroki)

Community Research is proud to bring to you our podcast channel – He Kōrero.

Our podcasts elevate specific voices. These voices share unique experiences and knowledge to be validated, shared and actioned.  

Our podcasts share insights, ideas, new ways of thinking and action. They support the important mahi that community researchers, practitioners and organisations are doing to create more equitable outcomes for communities and whānau in Aotearoa.
Our first podcast series is Te Tiriti Kōrero.
To accompany these podcasts, we have gathered Te Tiriti resources to help you put Te Tiriti into action.

Our second podcast series is Hoki Whakamuri – Haere Whakamua – looking back to go forward.
We went back to our best and brightest past webinars, and recreated them as podcasts.

Our third series ” Te Tiriti 2024 and Beyond”. We take a deep look into the history of our foundational documents, and kōrero about our constitution, He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni and Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We are so privileged to have such meaningful kōrero shared with us from across the motu by esteemed Māori leaders, rangatahi, Tangata Tiriti and Tangata Moana. 

The first episode features Pita Tipene, offering reflections on the historical context of Te Tiriti and the Waitangi Tribunal’s affirmation of Ngā Puhi sovereignty! First episode drops soon – follow us on your favourite podcast channels to catch it!

Ngā mihi nui and a huge thank you to Kaye Maree Dunn and her team at Making Everything Achievable.

If you would like to collaborate on a new podcast, please email research@communityresearch.org.nz 

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Community Research podcasts are about listening to the aspirations of our communities and whānau and illuminating different perspectives.

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