Maori

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Maori people
NARROWER TERMS


Working paper

Effective pathways through education to good labour market outcomes for Maori: literature summary

This literature review provides background for a forthcoming empirical investigation of the pathways through education that lead to successful labour market outcomes for Māori students with different aptitudes in high school.
Conference paper

Te Tiriti o Waitangi and housing in Aotearoa

This paper briefly summarises the author's master's research project 'He Rautaki Whakatauria Whare o Te Tiriti o Waitangi: Treaty Anchored Housing Strategies,' which explored what a Te Tiriti-anchored housing strategy might look like for Aotearoa. This includes a review of current housing and economic policy...
Report

Review of the Ministry of Health-funded Rongoā Sector

The rongoā Māori health sector provides a unique, Indigenous health service to New Zealanders, based on mātauranga Māori and Māori approaches to health. This review explores the current state of rongoā services and identifies some challenges it faces.
Report

Wānanga hauora 2021: summary report

As part of the ongoing commitment to Whakamaua: Māori Health Action Plan 2020-2025, Manatū Hauora held five Wānanga Hauora for District Health Boards (DHBs). This report provides a high-level summary of the topics and key themes from conversations captured from the wānanga.
Report

Māori Māmā views and experiences of vaccinating their pēpi and tamariki: a qualitative Kaupapa Māori study

This report explores the complex social and cultural reasons that Māori may be less likely to engage with childhood vaccination services
Briefing paper

Cycling amongst Māori: patterns, influences, and opportunities

This research describes Māori cycling patterns and explores enablers and barriers for cycling amongst Māori.
Report

Our kind of school

This report explores why some schools and kura are good at bullying prevention. The purpose of this project was to collect examples of good practice and identify the barriers and enablers schools face when seeking to create safe and inclusive environments.
Report

Māori involvement in State care 1950–1999

This research uses data from several locations and agencies about Māori who were abused in State care between 1950 and 1999.
Report

Mana wāhine: a history of Te Ohu Whakatupu

This document provides a history of the Ministry for Women (NZ) that primarily focuses on the story of Te Ohu Whakatupu, the Māori Women's policy unit established immediately after the foundation of the Ministry to serve the interests of wāhine Māori.
Report

Māori economy emissions profile

This report shows how the Maori economy is overrepresented in the New Zealand emissions profile. It outlines the risks and opportunities that the Maori economy faces in the transition to a low emissions economy.
Report

Oranga tamariki urgent inquiry

This document presents the findings of the Oranga Tamariki Urgent Inquiry. It acknowledges that tamariki (children) Māori were suffering or likely to suffer significant and irreversible prejudice as a result of the current or pending actions of Oranga Tamariki, for which there was no alternative...
Report

Kia manawanui Aotearoa: long-term pathway to mental wellbeing

This document presents the New Zealand Government's high-level plan for transforming the mental health system. It outlines the next steps for further implementation of the changes required to support the mental wellbeing of New Zealanders.
Report

Well Child Tamariki Ora review report

This review report identifies the changes that are needed to the design, delivery and resourcing of the Well Child Tamariki Ora (WCTO) programme.
Report

Negotiating multiple identities: intersecting identities among Māori, Pacific, rainbow and disabled young people

In this report, the authors use Youth19 data to explore the wellbeing of Aotearoa New Zealand secondary school students with multiple social identities.
Report

Reconnecting with a Mana based economy

This report sets the conditions, context and parameters for re-linking with Māori and tribal economies founded upon a unified socio-spiritual-ecology framework.
Discussion paper

Government policy statement on housing and urban development

This document is designed to outline New Zealand's Policy Statement-Housing and Urban Development (GPS-HUD) which will be published in October 2021.
Report

A tiriti-led science-policy approach for Aotearoa New Zealand

This report examines the interface between science and policy-making, and calls for a policy approach that is enabled by, and responsive to, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Mātauranga Māori.
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

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.
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...