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Over many years our research work has helped inform us and others on the best ways to support Māori development. In this section you can search our publications by subject matter or publication date.

He muka no te taura whiri a Hine Ngākau

A thread from the woven rope of Hine Ngākau (Many sub-tribes are her descendants from Wanganui, even north as far as Taumarunui)

Recent publications

  • Māori cultural revitalisation in social media

    • Published in 2017

    Dr Acushla Deanne (Dee) Sciascia is of Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāruahine Rangi, Te Atiawa descent. She was awarded the Fulbright Harkness New Zealand Fellowship where she disseminated her doctoral research findings throughout the USA. More recently, her research has extended into online Indigenous citizenship and the expression and actions of tino rangatiratanga (self-determination) by Indigenous communities through socially mediated spaces.

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  • Cultural Revitalisation and the making of identity with Aotearoa New Zealand

    • Published in 2017

    Donna Matahaere Atariki is of Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Ruanui, Ngā Rauru and Te Atiawa descent, has a background in Māori development and is engaged in roles at national, regional and local levels, including the Chair of the Ōtākou Rūnanga, a member of the University of Otago Council, and a Gambling Commissioner.

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  • Cultural Revitalisation: One Pasifika Perspective

    • Published in 2017

    Anne Moefa’auo is an educator, having taught migrants, refugees, Pasifika and Maori students for more than 20 years.

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