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A round up of the community research that you can find on or
‘New Model for Supporting Disabled People: synthesis of Year 1 evaluation findings.’ Evalue Research. This report summarises and synthesises findings from evaluations of components of a New Model for disability support that were introduced by the Ministry of Health in 2011-12. Download here
‘Institutional Racism and the Dynamics of Privilege in Public Health.’ Heather Came. “This study documented the systemic failure of Crown agencies, under different governments to develop inclusive policy and undertake consistent funding practices within the public health sector…it revealed the failure of Crown agencies to detect institutional racism within their own organisation practices.” Download here
The potential for digital storytelling with Kaupapa Māori Research and Whānau Ora.’ Rosalind Dibley. This paper explains the link between indigenous frameworks and digital stories, ending with some of the reasons supporting  the use of digital stories with Kaupapa Māori research. Download here
‘Kei te pēwhea tō whānau? Exploring Whānau Well-being through the Māori Social Survey.’ A, Tibble & S, Usser. This report explains the Māori-centred approach that Te Kupenga takes to understanding whānau and whānau well-being. We also provide a preview of this relatively new approach by presenting data on whānau and whānau well-being from the Te Kupenga field test. Download here
‘Counting in the Community sector: how clients measure success.’ Maxine Campbell. This report reflects on the contributions of Link House clients to a project, which attempted to find ways to measure the various means by which Link House meets its clients’ needs. The primary objective of that project was to derive some useful measures by which to quantify successful outcomes for Link House clients. Download here
‘Time for Change: A framework for community discussion on values-based and Treaty-based constitutional arrangements.’ Peace Movement Aotearoa et al. This research provides a framework for Pakeha / Tauiwi organisations to use for discussion within their organisations, as well as for wider community discussions, on moving towards Treaty-based and values-based constitutional arrangements. Download here
‘Iwi and Māori Provider Success: A research report of interviews with successful Iwi and Māori providers and government agencies.’ Kataraina Pipi, Fiona Cram et al. This research sought the advice of Māori and Iwi organisations from across six sectors (housing, health, employment and training, social services, justice, education), about what had made them ‘successful providers’ of programmes and/or services over the past decade. Download here
‘Community Assets Analysis for Greater New Brighton.’ Sarah Wylie. This research project has been undertaken by on behalf of Renew Brighton for the community of Greater Brighton. It is an Appreciative Enquiry and is to be used to create an asset map and in the development of a community-led recovery plan. Download here
Te Puawaitanga O Te Ngākau.’ Fay Pouesi. A case study of Westside Counselling Services in West Auckland: A ‘Community of Care’ approach to working with Māori Women and their whānau who have been impacted by domestic violence. Download here
Do West Auckland Children who Witness Family Violence get an Adequate Response?’ Deborah Yates on behalf of WAVES Trust Auckland. An assessment of the current situation with suggested strategies for the future. Download here 

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