In this 30-minute recording, Martin Kaipo, (Ngāti Kuri, Te Aupōuri, Te Rarawa) Chief Executive of Otāngarei Trust, shares more than fifteen years’ experience of strengthening whānau aspirations in Northland.
In conversation with Kaye-Maree Dunn (Te Rarawa, Ngā Puhi, Ngāti Mahanga, Ngāi Tamanuhiri and Ngāi Te Rangikoianaake), Martin talks about the Whānau Ora Community Clinic, the Corrections Out of Gate Reintegration for Northland programme, and other whānau-led initiatives in Northland.
Martin shares his experiences of his work with Te Hau Awhiowhio o Otāngarei, a large, multi-agency service provider in Northland. He describes how ‘strengthening whānau aspirations’, and ‘empowering people to bring about social change’ looks in his community.
- Whānau Ora Research website – www.whanauoraresearch.co.nz: This is the place to find research and resources to assist Whānau Ora practice. Launched in November 2012, it was developed by Steering Group members Kataraina Pipi (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hine), Fiona Cram (Ngāti Kahungunu) and Nan Wehipeihana (Ngāti Porou).
- The Community Research Code of Practice (2007): This document provides benchmark principles and standards for undertaking community research, as described by researchers and leaders from community, government and academic sectors in Aotearoa New Zealand. Author: Robyn Kamira.
- View the new Community Research Code of Practice, updated in 2020