The News and musings from the yards, barrel halls and tasting panels, and from on the road traveled between.

Archive for October, 2013

What can Pākehā learn from engaging in Kaupapa Māori research?

Te Wāhanga,  New Zealand Council for Educational Research, has just released a working paper titled ‘What can Pākehā learn from engaging in Kaupapa Māori research?’. “For Māori, this inquiry offers


Talking with Kataraina Pipi Part-1

Kataraina Pipi - Whānau Ora

Kataraina Pipi, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hine, has been working in the field of research and evaluation for more than fifteen years. She is currently based in Auckland running  independent company


What Works for Maori

The purpose of this review was to study evidence from five major domains of endeavour to identify a common set of interventions, initiatives, approaches and practices that increases understanding of


Colonialism as a Broader Social Determinant of Health

“…..there are real health effects of social, political, and economic marginalization embodied within individuals, which can collectively affect entire communities.” This paper, written by Karina Czyzewski, University of Toronto,  explores


Social well-being in New Zealand – Workshop

Social well-being in New Zealand – Workshop on insights from the General Social Survey 2012 Wellington – 6 November 2013, 2pm – 4.30pm With the recent release of the findings


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