Partners and friends of Te Atawhai o Te Ao.
To assist Māori to reach their potential by sustainably delivering Māori research founded on academic and research excellence, and mātauranga Māori, in a way that brings together Ngāti Hauiti interests, with the interest of Māori in general.
Māori And Indigenous Analysis provides Kaupapa Māori research, training and production that affirms whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori organisations.
Indigenous Wellness Research Institute.
University of Washington School of Social Work
4101 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105-6299
Māori/indigenous Health Institute (Mihi) represents a major milestone in the development of Māori-focussed teaching and research at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Otago, Christchurch.
Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism (IPCB).
The IPCB is organised to assist indigenous peoples in the protection of their genetic resources, indigenous knowledge, cultural and human rights from the negative effects of biotechnology.
This is a site dedicated to a discussion of issues related to Kaupapa Māori. This website has been established to assist in the development of whānau, hapū and iwi.
This website is part of a larger project called kaupapamaori.com, a collaborative development between Te Whare Wānanga o Awānuirangi, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and Māori and Indigenous Research Institute (IRI) The University of Auckland, and funded by the Tertiary Education Commission.
The film archive is the home of hundreds of thousands of moving images of New Zealand’s past.
Hei mahi māra: A beginner's guide to growing organic vegetables.
Te Puāwai Tapu is an independent kaupapa Māori public health organisation specialising in sexual and reproductive health issues for Māori.
Injury Prevention Aotearoa is a national voice for injury prevention in New Zealand, and brings together the injury prevention sector and advocate for the prevention and reduction of intentional and unintentional injury.
Te Kaahui o Rauru - Ngā Rauru Kiitahi iwi.
A place for all Ngāti Apa descendants to gather.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu (Te Rūnanga), the tribal council, was established by the Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Act 1996 to be the tribal servant, protecting and advancing the collective interests of the iwi. We currently have projects with them.
Whanganui interactive tribal connection.
Ruapehu 91.2 Taumarunui 93.5
As one of New Zealand's leading design firms specialising in Māori stylised design, we offer a dynamic point of difference to the work we produce.
Excellent transcription and secretarial services, who assist with research projects/interviews. Have worked extensively with Māori, based at home office in Whanganui.