Over the lifetime of each research project, we develop:

Community resources

Community resources are created to support people working in the topic area or to provide further information about the research. These free resources are available for immediate download, and include:

  •  Digital storytelling
  •  Monthly ePanui (eNewsletter)
  •  Annual magazines
Academic resources

Academic resources discuss the research framework, content, findings and recommendations. These resources are for community and academic use, and include:

  •  Journal articles
  •  Literature reviews
  •  Information pamphlets
  •  Findings and recommendations

There is a Publications list within each research project, which provides a link to where you can view, borrow or purchase the resource. At this stage, we can not offer online purchasing. Alternatively, please contact us to request a resource, or to subscribe to our ePanui mailing list.

Digital Storytelling - Latest Items

Magazine - Latest Items

  • Te Panui Tuawhitu - Puanga 2013 - 2014

    Te Panui Tuawhitu - Puanga 2013 - 2014

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  • Te Panui Tuaono - Puanga 2012 ki 2013

    Te Panui Tuaono - Puanga 2012 ki 2013

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  • Te Panui Tuarima - Puanga 2011 ki 2012

    Te Panui Tuarima - Puanga 2011 ki 2012

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  • Te Panui Tuawha - Puanga 2010 ki 2011

    Te Panui Tuawha - Puanga 2010 ki 2011

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Publications - Latest Items

  • Intergenerational transmission of gang involvement and incarceration

    Intergenerational transmission of gang involvement and incarceration - Review of clinical practice

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  • Māori cultural definitions of sexual violence

    Māori cultural definitions of sexual violence

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  • Understanding Māori 'lived' culture to determine cultural connectedness and wellbeing

    Understanding Māori 'lived' culture to determine cultural connectedness and wellbeing

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  • Historical trauma, healing and well-being in Maori communities

    Historical trauma, healing and well-being in Māori communities

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