Here are a range of helpful links around Whānau Ora Research

Whānau Ora

Te Puni Kōkiri Whānau Ora pages – Te Puni Kōkiri have a good amount of information including news, presentations, press releases, speeches, events, cases studies and publications specific to Whānau Ora.

Ministry of Health- Māori Health pages – The Ministry of Health is working with Te Puni Kōkiri and the Ministry of Social Development to implement government decisions on Whānau Ora, in response to the Report of the Taskforce on Whānau-Centred Initiatives.  This link takes you to the Ministry of Health web pages on Māori health.

Ministry of Social Development – Whānau Ora pages – The Ministry of Social Development have some information on their website on Whānau Ora: Taskforce on Whānau-centred Initiatives – for Kaitiaki Māori working on behalf of whānau, hapu and iwi on environment and resource management issues.

Kaupapa Māori – Nau mai ki te pae tukutuku o Kaupapa Māori he wahanga tenei hai whakawhitiwhiti korero, whakaaro hoki mo nga take katoa e hangai hito ana ki te Kaupapa Māori. He mea whakarite tenei pae tukutuku hai awhina i te whanaketanga o nga mahi a nga whānau, hapu, iwi. This is a site dedicated to a discussion of issues related to Kaupapa Māori.


Rangahau – Rangahau represents a Māori determined engagement with research. As more Māori conduct and participate in research in a range of disciplines, ‘new’ ways of researching that protect and extend whānau, hapu, iwi, and community and their knowledge, are being developed.

NZ – a gateway to open access research documents produced at universities, polytechnics and other research institutes in New Zealand. Administered by the National Library of New Zealand.

New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse – the national centre for collating and disseminating information about domestic and family violence. Specialises in NZ material but some international material also included.


Office for the Community & Voluntary Sector – provides information about the OCVS, its work and the community and voluntary sector. Go to Publications to find papers, policies and reports. Administered by the Ministry of Social development.

CommunityNet Aotearoa New Zealand – an information sharing resource for NZ community and voluntary groups. It has guides, news and tools for and by clubs, groups, charities, trusts, hapu and iwi.

Sport NZ – Sport and Recreation Knowledge Library – for all those working or interested in sport and recreation in New Zealand – practitioners, researchers, students, policy makers and planners.

Te Kete Ipurangi – The Online Learning Centre – commonly known as TKI. A bilingual portal and web community that provides quality-assured educational material for NZ teachers, school managers and the wider education community. Administered by the Ministry of Education.

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