Non-profit Sector

The Contributions of Tūao Māori: principles of collective responsibility and self-determination

By: Tūao Aotearoa Volunteering New Zealand
Published: 2023-08-03

Māori are amongst the highest likely to volunteer yet their contributions are under-represented in volunteering research. This gap has been filled by this important work stemming from focus group and…


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…

Critical Tiriti Analysis

Critical Tiriti Analysis – other publications

Published: 2023-05-13

Recent research that is using CTA – published works. These articles are all currently on other websites – Under Review Came, H, Wilkinson, H, Berghan, G & Manson, L. (Under…

Arts and Culture

Manawatahi Participatory City Pilot – Six Month Learning Report

By: Hamish Lindop
Published: 2023-03-10

This is a six month strategic learning report sharing the findings from a pilot to test the Participatory City Approach in the Connected Communities Department of te Kaunihera o Tāmaki…

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…


Māori, pharmacists, and medicines adherence – A mixed methods study exploring indigenous experiences of taking medicines ‘as prescribed’ and mechanisms of support

By: The Māori Pharmacists Association and National Hauora Coalition
Published: 2023-02-01

Background: Medicines are the most common medical intervention and medicines adherence is associated with improved clinical outcomes. Understanding drivers and experiences of medicines adherence is important for optimising medicines use.…


Designing for health equity: A mixed method study exploring community experiences and perceptions of pharmacists’ role in minor ailment care

By: Māori Pharmacists Association and National Hauora Coalition
Published: 2023-02-01

Minor ailments are self-limiting, easily diagnosable and treatable conditions. Funded pharmacist minor ailments services (PMAS) have been posited to improve medicines access equity and, despite ethnic minorities across the globe…

Ethnicity and Diversity

Too many Māori and Asian people are drowning – can better cultural understanding reverse the trend?

By: Belinda Wheaton & Lucen Liu
Published: 2022-12-20

Many New Zealanders consider the beach to be a great place for leisure activities. Despite our love of the water, New Zealanders have a terrible record of drowning deaths. Water…

Law and Justice

Mātauranga Māui and Mōkū Te Ao: An exploration of how NZEI Te Riu Roa member leaders’ perspectives on climate activism align with the union’s philosophy of Mōkū Te Ao

By: Conor Twyford
Published: 2022-09-06

The philosophy of Mōkū Te Ao challenges the New Zealand Educational Institute (NZEI) Te Riu Roa, Aotearoa to centre tamariki Māori (Māori children) in its work. In recent years, NZEI…

Climate Activism Māori

Non-Profit and Community Governance | Mana whakahaere o ngā uepū utu-kore me ngā uepū ā-hapori

By: LEAD Centre for Not for Profit Governance & Leadership
Published: 2022-01-31

We set out to find lessons for good governance for non-profit and community organisations in Aotearoa New Zealand, by focussing on the strengths and capacities, especially of particularly well regarded…


Beyond Pākehā Paralysis; An Exploration of monoculturalism at Coastguard New Zealand and the significant changes required to become relevant and conscious to te ao Māori.

By: Aoife Healy
Published: 2022-01-09

Coastguard is the primary marine search and rescue agency in New Zealand with 2, 000 volunteers around the country. Although Māori have significant cultural connections to the wai (water), as…


Pathways to Mauri Ora

By: Carel Smith - ARO Solutions
Published: 2021-11-30

Whānau experiences of The Pride Project have indicated that whānau have improved social connections through participating in programmes and activities, that trust relationships with Hope Navigators help to breakdown barriers…

Community Development
Sport and Recreation

Te Ora Tinana Project

By: Sport Otago - Sport Waitaki
Published: 2021-11-26

Sport Otago completed a needs assessment to identify the physical activity needs and aspirations of priority groups in the Waitaki District (Waitaki) who have inequitable access to physical activity opportunities…

Disability Māori Pasifika Sport & Recreation
Law and Justice

An Exploration of Kiwi Tahi and Engagement

By: Dr. Liya Anthony and Julie Moore
Published: 2021-11-16

This study of the Kiwi Tahi programme, a life-skill development programme for vulnerable young people (aged between 8-12 years old), was a collaboration between a lecturer in Social Practice at…

Children & Youth Rangatahi Social Services

Being manuhiri

By: Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research
Published: 2021-11-11

Several favourite walking, tramping, cycling, kayaking, and boating spots in Aotearoa NZ are now co-managed by Māori organisations and government agencies. These co-governance and co-management arrangements have been put in…

Advocacy Environment Sport & Recreation Te Tiriti O Waitangi

Enabling narratives for Aotearoa New Zealand

By: Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge
Published: 2021-11-11

Storytelling, as spoken or written narratives, is an effective way to convey complex or abstract ideas. We have developed narratives about different ways of achieving EBM. They are based on…

Environment Māori Sustainability

Kaupapakāinga: The potential for Māori cohousing

By: James Berghan
Published: 2021-09-07

This report explores the potential for Māori to co-opt aspects of the cohousing model. A hybrid approach, combining elements of cohousing and papakāinga (as co-papakāinga, or ‘kaupapakāinga’ (kaupapa-based kāinga)) could…

Te Ao Māori

A Youth19 Brief: Rainbow rangatahi Māori

By: The Youth19 Research Group
Published: 2021-06-18

Most Rainbow rangatahi Māori reported positive family and school environments, high rates of volunteering and moderate or good health. However, members of this group also reported major inequities compared to…

Children & Youth Rainbow/LGBTIQA+
Te Ao Māori

A Youth19 Brief: Rangatahi Māori with a disability or chronic condition

By: The Youth19 Research Group
Published: 2021-06-16

Most rangatahi Māori with a disability or chronic condition reported positive family and school environments, high rates of volunteering and moderate or good health. However, members of this group also…

Children & Youth Disability

E hoki mai nei ki te ūkaipō—Return to Your Place of Spiritual and Physical Nourishment

By: Amohia Boulton, Tanya Allport, Hector Kaiwai, Gill Potaka Osborne and Rewa Harker
Published: 2021-04-30

This paper presents the findings of the Perceptions of Papakāinga project, which explores the connection between place, genealogy, and identity for two Māori (New Zealand’s Indigenous people) communities: one living…

Community Development Housing Māori
Ethnicity and Diversity

Te Kaikiri me te Whakatoihara i Aotearoa i te Urutā COVID-19: He Aro Ki Ngā Hapori Haina, Āhia Hoki. Racism and Xenophobia Experiences in Aotearoa New Zealand during COVID-19: A Focus on Chinese and Asian Communities

By: Nielsen
Published: 2021-02-01

The key research objectives were to understand the following: • The prevalence, nature, and pattern of racism and xenophobia experienced by people in the COVID-19 context, particularly among Tangata Whenua,…

Asian COVID-19 Racism
Te Ao Māori

Mana Whānau Final Evaluation

By: Alex Woodley
Published: 2020-12-01

The purpose of the report is to evaluate the first two years of the Mana Whānau programme, to identify the approach, key components and delivery mechanisms, determine how well it…

Community Development Families, Whānau and Parenting Tamariki

Project Matarau: Many faces, a common vision. 2018-2019. A Community Led Development Project from Potaka to Tokomaru Bay.”

By: Te Aroha Kanarahi Trust
Published: 2020-11-21

This community led development research supported locally based whanau and hapu to interact within their communities, to have dialogue and to draw out the richness of that dialogue, to share…

Action Research Community Development Kaupapa Māori approaches
Te Ao Māori

Whāia te Kitā: Ko te Reo o te Tātarakihi

By: Sam Higgs
Published: 2020-11-05

He kaupapa rangahau tēnei hei tutuki i ngā tikanga o Te Tohu Paerua. I whai tēnei rangahau i ngā tukanga o te rangahau kaupapa Māori kia rongo ai i te…


Time to Shine COVID-19 Impact Community Survey Report

By: Centre for Social Impact, Hui E! Community Aotearoa, Philanthropy New Zealand, Volunteering New Zealand
Published: 2020-08-01

A survey of Aotearoa New Zealand’s community sector on the impacts of COVID‐19: This report details the findings of a national COVID‐19 impact survey carried out across the Tangata Whenua,…

Community Development COVID-19 Māori
Non-profit Sector

Agenda for Change

By: Social Service Providers Aotearoa
Published: 2020-07-31

SSPA has been working with some sector leaders on what a reset of the social services system could look like. We’ve prepared an agenda for change and are now ready…

Community Development Families, Whānau and Parenting

Tangihanga Paper – COVID-19 (Part 1)

By: Che Wilson
Published: 2020-03-27

E ngā tini kārangarangatanga maha puta noa i te motu, tēnā koutou, tēnā tātau katoa. Tēnā tātau me te ngārara nui, a te mate korouna, kua pae mai ki tēnei…

Governance & Kaitiakitanga Māori Whānau Ora
People and Society

Ngā Tau Mīharo ō Aotearoa : Incredible Years Parenting Programme Social Impact Report

By: Sneha Lakhotia
Published: 2019-10-01

This report provides robust evidence of the importance and impact of early intervention and parent management programmes for Māori. It is essential to make social investments into programmes such as…

Children & Youth Families, Whānau and Parenting Social Services

Whai Rawa Whenu: Economics and Financing of Housing for Māori Literature Review

By: Diane Menzies, Jay Whitehead, Grace Walker, John Reid, Angus MacFarlane
Published: 2019-05-31

This literature review has been prepared for the Kāinga Tahi Kāinga Rua research direction as part of the Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge by members of…

Economics & Finances Homelessness Māori


By: Diane Menzies, Jay Whitehead, Grace Walker, John Reid, Angus MacFarlane
Published: 2019-05-31

The Whai Rawa whenu in the Kāinga Tahi, Kāinga Rua research programme explores the regulations, planning and financing rules, governing structures, and leadership styles that shape current Māori housing. Our…

Economics & Finances Homelessness Māori

Homeless and landless in two generations – Averting the Māori housing disaster

By: Matthew Rout, John Reid, Di Menzies, Angus MacFarlane
Published: 2019-05-31

In  1936  71%  of  Māori  lived  in  dwellings  that  the  whānau  owned,  by  1991  the   ownership  rate  had  fallen  to  56%,  by  2013  it  was  at  43%,  and  today…

Homelessness Māori

He Keteparaha Tēnei Mō Te Whare Kaumātua: A Toolkit for Kaumātua Housing

By: Yvonne Wilson
Published: 2019-05-31

The He Kāinga Pai Rawa project (2017-2019) aimed to find out what made Moa Crescent Kaumātua Village a healthy housing community for Kaumātua. The vision for our study was to…

Ageing & Retirement Māori Social Services
Te Ao Māori


By: Tessa Mackenzie on behalf of Katikati Taiao
Published: 2019-05-31

The Hearts and Minds of Katikati research project was conceived by the Katikati Taiao and supported with funding from the Lotteries commission. The Hearts and Minds research aims to provide…

Action Research Community Development Language and Culture

Philanthropy News Zealand Tangata Whenua and Diversity Report

By: Philanthropy New Zealand
Published: 2019-05-22

This research report summarises the findings of Philanthropy New Zealand’s (“PNZ”) Tangata Whenua and Diversity Project (2018–2019). This project was started due to the lack of research on the philanthropic…

Māori Non-profit Sector Philanthropy

Quantifying Māori spend on tobacco, alcohol & gambling

By: Prince Siddharth
Published: 2019-05-13

NZIER report prepared for the Centre of Research Excellence: Indigenous Sovereignty & Smoking as part of a programme of research supported by a grant from the Foundation for a Smoke-Free…

Addiction - Drugs, Alcohol & Gambling Health & Wellbeing Māori

The Complexity of Food Provisioning Decisions by Maori Caregivers to Ensure the Happiness and Health of Their Children

By: Marewa Glover
Published: 2019-04-30

Obesity in children is a global health concern. In New Zealand, one in three school entrant children are overweight or obese. M¯aori, the indigenous people, are disproportionately represented among the…

Children & Youth Families, Whānau and Parenting Health & Wellbeing
Law & Justice

Understanding the barriers and drivers for Māori to undertake succession to ownership of Māori Land

By: Sara Passmore
Published: 2018-09-23

This report focuses on understanding the barriers and drivers for Māori to undertake succession through the Māori Land Court (MLC) to become owners of Māori freehold or customary land (Māori…

Law & Justice Māori Whānau Ora
Te Ao Māori

He waka eke noa: Māori grandparents raising grandchildren

By: Liz Gordon
Published: 2018-07-01

This article analyses data from Māori participants in a large study of grandparents raising grandchildren conducted in 2016 (the overall data was analysed and reported on in Gordon, 2016, 2017…

Ageing & Retirement Children & Youth Māori
Te Ao Māori

Developing Cultural Heritage Management Practice By Understanding Community Relationships to the Preservation of Submerged Cultural Heritage in Taranaki, Aotearoa New Zealand

By: Susanne Grieve Rawson
Published: 2018-05-10

Taranaki has a rich and diverse history related to maritime culture. Located on the lower west coast of the North Island, this region was most notable historically for the Taranaki…

Governance & Kaitiakitanga Language and Culture Māori

Kimihia te Hauora Hinengaro: Pathways to Mental Health

By: Mark Strang, Dr Tanya Allport, Haze White
Published: 2018-04-01

Kimihia te Hauora Hinengaro: Pathways to Mental Health report is on a study conducted by Wai Research which explores the relevance of the inclusion of Māori cultural elements in therapeutic…

Māori Mental Health Whānau Ora

Maori and Indigenous housing annotated biblography

By: Diane Menzies
Published: 2018-01-25

The brief states that the Kāinga Tahi Kāinga Rua Strategic Research Area recognises the dual and complex nature of Māori identities and the many communities in which we construct our…

Homelessness Māori

Kia Pū te Wai o Pareira: Catalysts of Whānau Health and Wellbeing in West Auckland

By: Dr Tanya Allport, Dr John Huakau, Haze White & Donna Te Whiu
Published: 2017-04-01

Kia Pū te Wai o Pareira: Catalysts of Whānau Health and Wellbeing in West Auckland is the technical report following an 18-month study of Māori living in West Auckland. This…

Health & Wellbeing Research & Evaluation Whānau Ora

Final Report for project ‘He ara toiora: Suicide prevention for Ngātiwai youth through the arts’ (LGB-2016-28888)

By: Lily George, Gayle Dowsett, Keri Lawson-Te Aho, Moe Milne, Wi Pirihi, Liz Flower & Rodney Ngawaka
Published: 2017-02-10

Suicide in New Zealand is considered to be a major health crisis, with Māori taitamariki (youth) featuring in disproportionate numbers as more likely to die from suicide than non-Māori youth.…

Children & Youth Māori Mental Health
Te Ao Māori

Making Relationships Count: Measuring Trust In Relationships Between A Catholic Development Agency And Māori Communities – Research Article

By: Gretchen Leuthart
Published: 2016-05-17

Relationships are central to effective outcomes in the international development sector yet, there are very few frameworks or indicators to help measure the quality of trust – as the foundation…

Community Development Partnerships Religion & Spirituality
Ethnicity and Diversity

Making Relationships Count – Exploring how Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand can use monitoring and evaluation to develop trust-based relationships with tangata whenua partners

By: Gretchen Leuthart
Published: 2016-05-12

Relationships are central to effective outcomes in the international development sector yet, there are very few frameworks or indicators to help measure the quality of trust – as the foundation…

Community Development Indigenous Partnerships
Te Ao Māori

Project Whitestreaming: A report on the generalising of Māori specialist staff positions in the tertiary education sector

By: Helen Potter and Lee Cooper
Published: 2016-03-21

This report presents the findings of a Tertiary Education Union Te Hautū Kahurangi o Aotearoa (TEU) research project that sought to investigate “whitestreaming” in universities, and institutes of technology and…

Education & Training Māori

Indigenous communities, disasters, and disaster research: surviving disaster research on, with, and by Māori.

By: Simon Lambert
Published: 2014-12-12

This paper presents insights into the impacts on Māori of the Christchurch earthquakes and draws on personal research experiences to discuss disaster research with impacted minority communities. Three topics are…

Emergency & Disaster Health & Wellbeing Māori

ANZTSR 2014 Indigenous Communities, Disasters, and Disaster Research: Surviving Disaster Research On, With and By Maori

By: Dr Simon Lambert
Published: 2014-11-18

This paper presents insights into the impact on Maori of the Christchurch earthquakes, including the role of Indigenous Knowledge (Matauranga Maori) in disasters, and the role of Indigenous culture in…

Emergency & Disaster Māori Research & Evaluation
Te Ao Māori

Ngā Hua a Tāne Rore The Benefits of Kapa Haka

By: Assoc Prof Leonie Pihama, Dr Jillian Tipene, & Herearoha Skipper, Te Kotahi Resaerch Institute (University of Waikato)
Published: 2014-09-01

Despite the vitality of kapa haka as an art form and its significance to our culture, its value is not well understood or documented. There have been surprisingly few studies…

Arts & Culture Community Development Māori
Te Ao Māori

He Taura Tuakiri; Ko Te Reo Tipua

By: Na Koko Hotere
Published: 2014-04-08

Ko Te Ataarangi te huarahi ki te Reo Maori? He piki me nga heke o etahi o nga tangata kua whakapa atu ki te kaupapa o Te Ataarangi. Na nga…

Language and Culture Māori
Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Bushwhacking for Tiriti Based Justice: 2014 Joan Cook State of the Pākehā Nation Memorial Waitangi Day Essay

By: Heather Came
Published: 2014-02-06

This paper is part of a annual series of essays commissioned for Waitangi Day which explores the State of the Pākehā nation in memory of the late Joan Cook –…

Governance & Kaitiakitanga Māori Peace, Violence & Conflict Resolution Te Tiriti O Waitangi
Te Ao Māori

Te Ako Whaiora- Through learning is well-being

By: Kim Himoana Penetito
Published: 2014-01-14

There are many pockets of work across institutions like Unitec where the community has approached particular people or programmes with a plea to deliver to a specific need. The Graduate…

Education & Training Māori

He Mokopuna He Tupuna: Investigating Traditional Maori Views of Childrearing Amongst Iwi Within Taranaki

By: Ngaropi Cameron, Dr Leonie Pihama, Rawinia Leatherby, Awhina Cameron
Published: 2013-12-15

The phrase ‘He Mokopuna He Tupuna ’ is one that provides a cultural framework for understanding the positioning of tamariki within Te Ao Māori . It is drawn from the…

Families, Whānau and Parenting Māori Whānau Ora
Te Tiriti o Waitangi

A Relationships Framework for working with Te Tiriti/Treaty of Waitangi in the Community and Public Sector of Aotearoa New Zealand

By: Tony Spelman
Published: 2013-12-02

This work focusses on the development and implementation of a Relationships Framework based on Te Tiriti/Treaty of Waitangi. Within that Framework, an original organisation development tool based on a Tiriti/Treaty…

Advocacy Governance & Kaitiakitanga Māori Te Tiriti O Waitangi
Te Ao Māori

Kanohi ki te kanohi – a thing of the past?

By: Acushla Deanne O'Carroll
Published: 2013-10-31

Within Māori cultural tradition there is a strong orientation to the values-based idea that relationships among people flourish and rely on kanohi ki te kanohi interactions in both important and…

Language and Culture Māori
Non-profit Sector

Collective Impact for NGOs and iwi/Māori organisations

By: Community Research
Published: 2013-08-29

This Collective Impact collection gathers resources to assist groups of organisations from different sectors to work together to solve complex social problems through a common agenda, shared impact measures and…


Te Puawaitanga O Te Ngakau: A Case Study of Westside Counselling Services in West Auckland

By: Fay Pouesi
Published: 2013-06-03

Te Puawaitanga O Te Ngakau: 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…

Family Violence & Abuse Māori Social Services Whānau Ora Women/Wāhine

Hauora Kotahitanga – Māori health experiences as models for co-operative co-existence between indigenous and non-indigenous people

By: Lisa Chant
Published: 2013-05-09

The complexities for Māori in creating health and disability organisations based on their traditional knowledge and practices, when the institutions and systems they are dealing with for health developments are…

Health & Wellbeing Māori
People and Society

Vulnerability Report Issue 13

By: New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services
Published: 2012-10-10

NZCCSS’s Vulnerability Report Issue 13 covers the period January – March 2012. The report shows what life is like three years on from the first report done in June 2009.…

Children & Youth Families, Whānau and Parenting Social Services
People and Society

Vulnerability Report Issue 11

By: Phillipa Fletcher
Published: 2012-01-01

NZCCSS’s 11th Vulnerability Report looks at the period October to December 2011 and investigates trends in prices, employment and unemployment, benefits and hardship, housing, children in care, and debt. It…

Children & Youth Family Violence & Abuse Social Services
Te Ao Māori

A Journey through Kaupapa Māori Evaluation

By: Teah Carlson
Published: 2012-01-01

“A Journey through Kaupapa Māori Evaluation” Teah Carlson’s presentation at the 2012 Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association Conference. Teah is a Phd student Te Kupenga Hauora Maori, University of Auckland.

Kaupapa Māori approaches Māori Research & Evaluation
People and Society

Vulnerability Report Issue 10

By: New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services
Published: 2011-09-01

The tenth Vulnerability Report covers September 2011. It illustrates the experiences and pressure points for both families and social service agencies. Data from Christian agencies who are members of the…

Children & Youth Families, Whānau and Parenting Māori
Te Ao Māori

Vulnerability report issue 9

By: New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services
Published: 2011-06-01

This report catalogues how the most vulnerable members of our population are doing. It contains a mixture of official data, and data and anecdotes from NZCCSS agencies regarding prices, wages,…

Employment & Labour Māori Poverty and Inequality
Te Ao Māori

Whanau Ora & Action Research

By: Fiona Cram
Published: 2011-06-01

Action Research is a participatory research method in which esearch is then undertaken to answer the question, with the findings reflected upon for their practice implications. Practice is then changed…

Action Research Māori Whānau Ora

Developing a Kaupapa Maori Framework for Whanau Ora

By: Erena Kara, Veronique Gibbons, Jacquie Kidd, Rawiri Blundell, Kinigi Turner, Wayne Johnstone
Published: 2011-01-01

Te Korowai has been development from seven interconnecting themes raised by hui with kaumatua and represents the concepts and practicalities of whanau ora. Te Korowai looks at the individual while…

Health & Wellbeing Kaupapa Māori approaches Whānau Ora
Te Ao Māori

Hei Tikitiki: Māori Rites of Passage & Youth Development

By: Manu Caddie & Michael Ross
Published: 2011-01-01

Summarises interviews with kaumatua/kuia from different rohe about their experiences of the transition to adulthood. Included in the report is a literature review on the subject of rites of passage…

Children & Youth Families, Whānau and Parenting Māori

Pilot of a tool for Cultural Impact Assessment in local government RMA decisions

By: Stephanie Palmer
Published: 2011-01-01

This research has piloted a tool for assessing the cultural impact of sub-division on ancestral Māori land. Local government authorities have said they often find it difficult to incorporate the…

Government – Central & Local Māori Research & Evaluation
Te Ao Māori

Hauora Kotahitanga for Tangata Whenua presentation 1 December 2010

By: Lisa Chant
Published: 2010-12-01

An outline of a PhD exploring how hauora Maori communities used matauranga and tikanga Maori as constructive engagement mechanisms for practicing co-operative co-existence with non-Maori through creating community unique health…

Community Development Māori

He Waka eke Noa – Health and Disability sector NGOs: Towards a whānau-centred approach

By: Sharmaine Nolan
Published: 2010-10-01

This paper identifies the key strengths of the health and disability sector NGOs (non-government organisations) and the challenges and opportunities ahead for progressing towards a whānau-centred approach.

Disability Health & Wellbeing Non-profit Sector
Te Ao Māori

Te Rarawa Community Research

By: Te Rarawa Iwi Research and Development Group
Published: 2010-01-01

This presentation to the 2010 Community Research Awards provides insight into the approach to community research by the Te Rarawa Iwi Research and Development Group (IRD). Located within Te Runanga…

Community Development Māori Research & Evaluation

2010 The Social Report – Te Purongo Oranga Tangata

By: The Ministry of Social Development
Published: 2010-01-01

The Social Report 2010 provides a picture of progress towards better social outcomes for New Zealanders. It shows how we are faring on a range of important social indicators and…

Families, Whānau and Parenting Health & Wellbeing Social Services

The PATH Planning Tool and its Potential for Whanau Research

By: Kataraina Pipi
Published: 2010-01-01

PATH (Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope) is a research tool that can assist in individual and whānau planning. It uses visual images alongside facilitation that seeks to clarify, research and…

Community Development Families, Whānau and Parenting Whānau Ora

The PATH Planning Tool and its Potential for Whanau Research

By: Kataraina Pipi
Published: 2010-01-01

This paper outlines use of the PATH in Māori communities in Aotearoa New Zealand by Kataraina Pipi over the past eight years, including an examination of: • The foundations and…

Māori Whānau Ora

Facilitating domestic violence programmes: Listening to voices from the field

By: Dr Glenda Dixon and Dr Kay O’Connor
Published: 2010-01-01

Relationship Services Whakawhanaungatanga (now Relationships Aotearoa) undertook an evaluation of 15 years of domestic violence programme facilitation. Ideas were gathered from experienced facilitators, client evaluation forms were analysed and Maori…

Family Violence & Abuse Māori
Te Ao Māori

Powerpoint presentation for Hauora Kotahitanga for Tangata Whenua 1 December 2010

By: Lisa Chant
Published: 2010-01-01

This is a powerpoint presentation for the ‘Hauora Kotahitanga’ paper presented at the Tangata Whenua Community & Voluntary Sector Research Centre AGM, 1 December 2010

Māori Whānau Ora

Old ways of having new conversations: Basing qualitative research within Tikanga Māori (Māori protocol)

By: Bevan Tipene-Matua, Dr Hazel Phillips, Dr Fiona Cram, Dr Murray Parsons and Katrina Taupo
Published: 2009-07-22

This paper explores how Māori cultural processes can guide research processes. Tikanga Māori (Māori ways/traditions) based dialogue processes acknowledge relationships between people and the reasons why they have gathered together.…

Māori Research & Evaluation
Te Ao Māori

Maori Issues for Remediation of Biohazards, Chemo-Hazards & Natural Disasters

By: Chris Webber
Published: 2008-04-01

Masters thesis Through literature review, case studies and semi-structured interviews, a pool of knowledge was identified using a kaupapa Maori approach to draw out a set of themes and indicators.…

Emergency & Disaster Kaupapa Māori approaches Māori
Ethnicity and Diversity

Wellness for all: the possibilities of cultural safety and cultural competence in New Zealand

By: Ruth DeSouza
Published: 2008-04-01

Responses to cultural diversity in nursing need to consider the theory and practice developments of the profession, whilst also responding to broader social and historical process that prevent marginalised groups…

Health & Wellbeing Language and Culture Māori
Te Ao Māori

How news items represent Maori: A checklist for news media consumers to assess news stories.

By: Rankine, J.
Published: 2008-01-01

This four-page resource lists media frames, use of sources and te reo Maori, and absences to indicate whether a news item may be postive, neutral, negative or unbalanced in its…

Māori Media & Communications
Te Ao Māori

Researching as a Maori presentation – The Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre AGM 2007 presentation

By: Dr Lynne Pere
Published: 2007-11-20

The Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre AGM 2007 presentation about researching as a Maori

Kaupapa Māori approaches Māori Research & Evaluation

Code of Practice for the Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre

By: Robyn Kamira for the TWCVRC
Published: 2007-10-02

The Code Of Practice describes optimum practices in community research for the Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre. It is written for the researcher, whether with a tertiary,…

Community Development Māori Research & Evaluation
Te Ao Māori

Tangata Whenua, the Treaty and the New Zealand Digital Strategy

By: Robyn Kamira
Published: 2007-04-02

With the release of New Zealand’s Digital Strategy in in 2005 and its Draft Content Strategy, came the opportunity to identify their potential impact on the Indigenous Peoples of Aotearoa.…

Governance & Kaitiakitanga Information Technology/Internet Māori Te Tiriti O Waitangi
Te Ao Māori

Mahi Aroha: Maori Perspectives on Volunteering and Cultural Obligations

By: Joyce-Anne Raihania, Ann Walker
Published: 2007-04-01

Volunteering for Maori is based on the notion of whanaungatanga (kinship) and the benefits derived from contributing to the common good. Within Maori culture, conceptions of self are linked to…

Kaupapa Māori Volunteering & Mahi Aroha
Te Tiriti o Waitangi

The relevance of the Treaty today

By: Katherine Peet
Published: 2007-04-01

The Treaty is not widely seen as a framework for considering the future – more often it is regarded as the cause of grievances!

Māori Te Tiriti O Waitangi
Non-profit Sector

Our Strategies in Action

By: Tangata Whenua, Community & Voluntary Sector Research Centre
Published: 2007-01-01

The vision of the Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre will be implemented primarily through five key strategies: (1) visibility and access, (2) quality and good practice, (3)…

Community Development Kaupapa Māori approaches Research & Evaluation
Te Ao Māori

Media and te Tiriti o Waitangi 2007

By: Rankine, J., Nairn, R., Barnes, A.M., Gregory, M., Kaiwai, H., Borell, B. & McCreanor, T.
Published: 2007-01-01

This study analysed newspaper and television news items about Maori issues and te Tiriti o Waitangi. It found mass media used persistent negative themes about Maori, Pakeha news frames and…

Māori Media & Communications Te Tiriti O Waitangi
Te Ao Māori

A New Way of Working

By: The Community Sector Taskforce
Published: 2006-11-01

This paper explores three questions: 1. How can the Tangata Whenua, Community & Voluntary Sector think about Te Tiriti/Treaty of Waitangi and work with it positively and productively? 2. In…

Kaupapa Māori approaches Māori Non-profit Sector Te Tiriti O Waitangi

Te Kawai Toro – Report of analysis of expressions of interest 2006

By: Jennie Harre Hindmarsh
Published: 2006-10-02

In 2006 the J R McKenzie Trust invited expressions of interest from Maori community organisations for grants supporting whanau development. This resulted in a large and diverse response. This document…

Families, Whānau and Parenting Māori Philanthropy

Walking a tightrope: Asian health research in New Zealand

By: Ruth DeSouza
Published: 2006-09-01

Interest in how knowledge is constructed in multiethnic, multi-lingual, and multi-faith communities is gaining momentum in countries such as New Zealand as they become more diverse. In turn, this provides…

Asian Health & Wellbeing Migrants and Former Refugees

Kaitiakitanga and Health Informatics: Introducing Useful Indigenous Concepts of Governance in the Health Sector

By: Robyn Kamira
Published: 2006-01-01

Indigenous contributions to governance in health informatics can be drawn from cultural concepts such as Katiakitanga, which implies guardianship, stewardship, governance and responsibility roles. Kaitiakitanga acts as a guideline to…

Governance & Kaitiakitanga Health & Wellbeing Kaupapa Māori approaches
Te Ao Māori

A Research Ethic for Studying Maori and Iwi Provider Success

By: Pipi, K & Cram, F & Hawke, R & Hawke, S & Huriwai, TM & Mataki, T, & Milne, M & Morgan, K & Tuhaka, H & Tuuta, C,
Published: 2004-12-01

This paper explores how kaupapa Maori practices were operationalised within Maori and Iwi Providers. It examined the practices of successful Maori and iwi (tribal) providers of services and/or programmes across…

Education & Training Kaupapa Māori Māori

Giving, Investing and Sharing – approaches to philanthropy

By: David Robinson
Published: 2004-06-01

Charities and philanthropy have come under increasing pressure to become more business-like in the way that funds are raised, managed and distributed. This has resulted in emphasising venture philanthropy, or…

Economics & Finances Māori Philanthropy

Maori organisations and their funding information needs

By: K Haunui
Published: 2004-01-01

This report presents the findings of a study of Maori organisations surveyed on their funding information needs. The purpose of the report is to build a picture of Maori organisations…

Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising Māori
Te Ao Māori

Iwi and Māori Provider Success: A research report of interviews with successful Iwi and Māori providers and government agencies

By: Pipi, K., Cram, F., Hawke, R., Hawke, S., Huriwai, TeM., Keefe, V., Mataki, T., Milne, M., Morgan, K., Small, K., Tuhaka, H. & Tuuta, C.
Published: 2002-12-10

The successful delivery of services and programmes by Māori and iwi providers is key to building Māori community capacity and therefore in addressing Mäori/non-Māori disparities (across, for example, health, education,…

Government – Central & Local Law & Justice Māori
Te Ao Māori

Te Mata O Te Tai – The Edge of the Tide: Rising capacity in information technology of Maori in Aotearoa

By: Robyn Kamira
Published: 2002-08-29

We can extract lessons in the information technology era from our colonial past. One such lesson is to understand how information technologies might further impact our knowledge. Experience has taught…

Governance & Kaitiakitanga Information Technology/Internet Māori
Te Ao Māori

I Sneeze – Therefore I Live!: The Impact of the Internet on the Maori Culture

By: Robyn Kamira
Published: 2001-02-01

Two hundred years ago, English missionaries arrived in Aotearoa, bringing bibles, pens and paper, and thus, for the indigenous people, one of the first great encounters with European technology; namely,…

Information Technology/Internet Māori
Te Ao Māori

The kidZnet project: Guiding cultural and ethical issues for Iwi and Report for Iwi cultural and ethical issues in kidZnet

By: Robyn Kamira
Published: 2000-01-01

A series of hui and interviews to determine the guiding cultural and ethical issues for Iwi were undertaken in Hamilton and Rotorua for the kidZnet projec

Children & Youth Information Technology/Internet Māori

Maori Women and Work: The Effects of Family Violence on Maori Women’s Employment Opportunities

By: Tania Pouwhare
Published: 1999-01-01

This report is on the effects of family violence on employment opportunities for Maori women. Maori women’s employment is affected through their partner coming to their workplace and creating scenes,…

Employment & Labour Family Violence & Abuse Women/Wāhine
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