Te Atawhai o Te Ao is an independent Māori research institute for environment and health. Our purpose is to be a community-led, globally recognised, indigenous research institute that generates and rediscovers knowledge focused on health and environment for the benefit of our people. Based in Whanganui, we whakapapa to our immediate environs, but embrace uri of all iwi and nations. We acknowledge the national and metaphysical identity markers that define our people and place.
E te whānau! The 25 June 2021 symposium registrations are now open.
The scholarships and fellowships applications to be given by June 2021 are now open and close 31 May 2021.
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Find more info on submitting an abstract for the Symposium
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Nau mai, haere mai!
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