What is whānau research, and how is whānau research being conducted?

 What is whānau...

What is whānau research in the context of marae/ hapū-based archives? A literature review for the Whakamanu Research Project 

What is whānau research in the context of marae/ hapū-based archives?

Whakatika International Literature Review

This literature review examines how racism impacts on human health. Drawing on a va...

Whakatika National Literature Review

This literature review examines the health impacts of racism on Māori within the co...

Rangatiratanga: Narratives of Racism, Resistance, and Well-being

The Whakatika Research Project is a four-year project, undertaken by Independent Mā...

Whakatika Report

This report aims to do justice to the over 2,000 Māori who comp...

He Rau Murimuri Aroha

This publication includes contributions from several Māori women scholars active in research a...

He Ara Uru Ora: Traditional Māori understandings of trauma and well-being

This publication was written by master carver and teacher of traditional Māori navigation, Dr ...

Positioning historical trauma theory in Aotearoa NZ

This article explores the relevance of historical trauma theory for Māori research. In explori...

Māori cultural definitions of sexual violence

Exploring definitions of sexual violence in Aotearoa highlights that on the whole such definit...

Understanding Māori ‘lived’ culture to determine cultural connectedness and wellbeing

Māori tribal authorities have sought to measure the well-being of their people as a baseline f...

Towards a social-structural model for understanding current disparities in Māori health and well-being

Colonisation has resulted in Māori occupying a vulnerable position in Aotearoa/New Zealand soc...

Grow your own kai

Written by passionate gardener and cook, this book is an introduction into the distinctive met...

Traditional Māori growing practises: a literature review

This report analyses the literature and stands as an introduction to growing, harvesting, cult...

Tupuna – Ngā Kaitiaki Mokopuna: A resource for Māori grandparents

A resource for Māori grandparents is the outcome of qualitative research led by Dr Cherryl Smi...

Kohikohia Te Ora: Māori Healers Report. Perspectives on Involuntary Chemical Exposures and Environmental Pollution

The report looks at how Māori healers perceive toxic exposures and how they believe that they ...

The Gift of Children: Māori and Infertility

This book explores infertility from Māori perspectives and provides insights into Māori concep...

He Ringa Raupa: Māori Sawmill Workers Report

Existing reports provide ample evidence of the health impacts of chemicals used in the sawmill...