In this recording, Dr Leonie Pihama, Dr Jillian Tipene and Herearoha Skipper of the Te Kotahi Research Institute present the 2014 research Ngā Hua a Tāne Rore The Benefits of Kapa Haka describing the rich contribution that kapa haka makes to health, wealth and social cohesion in Aotearoa New Zealand.
They are joined by Carl Ross, CE of Te Matatini and Ripeka Evans, Manatū Taonga – Ministry for Culture and Heritage for a discussion about the research agenda for kapa haka in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Resources shared during the webinar
- Ngā Hua a Tāne Rore (The Benefits of Kapa haka)
- He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference, 6 – 8 March 2017, Hamilton
- Creative New Zealand, ‘The Evidence to Inform Your Advocacy’ – the social impact of the Arts
- Creative New Zealand, Health of Māori Heritage Arts
- Kaupapa Māori Research methods
- Rangahau and Kaupapa Māori website
- Community Research Code of Practice
- Using Research Evidence for Success
About the Research
Manatū Taonga – The Ministry of Culture and Heritage Te Matatini Kapa Haka Aotearoa published Ngā Hua a Tāne Rore The Benefits of Kapa Haka in 2014 to develop a programme of potential research that will enable a better understanding of the contribution Kapa Haka makes to NZ Society.