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Report

He Manukura: insights from Māori frontier firms

This report explores the opportunities and challenges facing Māori businesses in relation to innovating, growing and lifting productivity. It summarises the findings of in-depth interviews with 17 experienced iwi and Māori business people.
Discussion paper

Te Ara Pounamu: A Tiriti-dynamic system

On 26 November 2020, Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency hosted a national virtual hui that brought together public and population health leaders and practitioners to connect and reflect on proposed system changes, challenges and future opportunities in Aotearoa New Zealand. The themes and views from...
Discussion paper

Review of Succession Law: rights to a person’s property on death

This document identifies issues with the current New Zealand succession law and presents detailed proposals for reform.
Report

Aotearoa New Zealand people living with HIV stigma index

This report explores the health and wellbeing of Māori people living with HIV – as individuals and as members of whānau, and the extent to which they are supported and resourced to live healthy lives and achieve their potential as Māori.
Report

Inspiring national Indigenous legal education for Aotearoa New Zealand’s Bachelor of Laws Degree

This report is the result of the first stage of a multi-year, three-phase national project. It contains a review the literature and some of the preliminary opportunities relevant for the teaching of Māori law as a foundation source of the Aotearoa New Zealand Bachelor of...
Report

Ethnic differences in the use and experience of child healthcare services in NZ

This research explored the underlying mechanisms behind ethnic differences in the use and experience of child healthcare services via econometric approaches.
Report

Honour Project Aotearoa

This report investigated Kaupapa Māori strengths-based understandings of health and wellbeing in relation to takatāpui/Māori LGBTQI-plus communities. The study and its findings are important because little research has been conducted by takatāpui researchers and community collaborators about takatāpui experiences, wellness and wellbeing.
Report

Seclusion and restraint: time for a paradigm shift

This research has found high use of seclusion and restraint in prisons, children and young people’s residences and health and disability units, particularly of Māori and Pacific Peoples, prompting calls from the NZ Human Rights Commission for detention agencies to shift their practices. This report...
Working paper

Challenges and opportunities with native forestry on Māori land

The authors explore the decision-making processes of a sample of Māori landowners in Te Tairāwhiti to understand the extent to which funding programmes and afforestation incentives from the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) enable them to meet their own aspirations for their land. Semi-structured...
Report

Te Kuku O Te Manawa: Moe ararā! Haumanutia ngā moemoeā a ngā tūpuna mō te oranga o ngā tamariki

For this report, the authors examined the experiences and outcomes of pēpi (young children) in the statutory care and protection system; and conducted an environmental scan of relevant rangahau and mātauranga Māori to provide a te ao Māori perspective on this issue.