State of Volunteering in Aotearoa 2022

By: Tūao Aotearoa - Volunteering New Zealand
Published: 2022-12-01

The State of Volunteering is Volunteering New Zealand’s flagship report on the state of the community and voluntary sector. Over the years, this report has evolved, reflecting the demands of…


Strengths-based resilience intervention for informal carers of stroke survivors

By: Ayesha Qureshi
Published: 2022-09-20

Stroke is considered the most common cause of long-term and complex disability, often resulting in a combination of sensory, motor, and cognitive deficits. Stroke survivors return to live in the…

Law and Justice

Lots of Little Fires

By: Joe Wilson and Muredach Daly
Published: 2023-02-14

Video Story-Telling for The Waikato Wellbeing Project We are embarking on a series of short stories sharing the lives, perspectives and projects of inspiring people living across the Waikato. These…

Ethnicity and Diversity

Perceived Discrimination as Experienced by Muslims in New Zealand Universities

By: Neda Salahshour and Eric Boamah
Published: 2022-09-22

Since the March 15 attacks in Christchurch, there has been raised awareness and new and strong enthusiasm to understand the experiences of the Muslim minority community. This exploratory paper investigates…

Pacific Peoples

Islands of Indigenous innovation: Reclaiming and reconceptualising innovation within, against and beyond colonial-capitalism

By: Suliasi Vunibola and Mathew Scobie
Published: 2022-01-03

From Vision Mātauranga and Callaghan, to Silicon Valley and billionaire space races, ‘innovation’ is becoming a placeholder for particular conceptions of progress. The concept is almost exclusively, however, associated with…


Theorising Māori Health and Wellbeing in a Whakapapa Paradigm: Voices from the Margins

By: Christine Elers
Published: 2023-07-20

This thesis explores communication infrastructures at the margins of Indigeneity to understand Māori health and wellbeing meanings, challenges, strategies and solutions, articulated by whānau whose voices have been ignored, or…


Scouts Aotearoa Healthy Norms Project Evaluation

By: Scouts Aotearoa and Point and Associates
Published: 2023-07-31

In 2021, Scouts Aotearoa, with support from Point, initiated an innovative project to address harmful gender norms within the movement. The impetus for this project was the results of an…

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