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Wānanga Paetukutuku Session 1

REGISTER HERE: Wānanga Paetukutuku | May 3rd, 1-2pm

In this quarterly webinar series NPM Co-Directors Professors Linda Waimarie Nikora & Tahu Kukutai will be leading a discussion on high quality research and evidence for interventions and policy.
For the first wānanga, Tahu will be taking a long term view over the pae (horizon) with some of NPM’s senior research leaders and discussing what needs to be done to realise the vision of flourishing Māori future.

Wāhine Ora: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga New Horizons for Women Trust Research Award 2022 
This co-funded research award between Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM) and New Horizons for Women Trust: Hine Kahukura (NHWT: HK) is for Wāhine Māori researchers. The award aims to support research that benefits Māori women, girls and/or whānau in Aotearoa New Zealand. This award is made annually and is a one-off grant to assist this research and/or living expenses while conducting the research.

Value of the award
One award of $10,000

This response to the issues raised in Te Ara Paerangi Future Pathways green paper comes on behalf of Rauika Māngai, Māori leaders across the 11 National Science Challenges and Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Responses were developed through discussions within and across Challenges, and wānanga of kairangahau Māori across the science sector.

Te Pūtahitanga - a nationwide collective of Māori scientists and researchers responded to the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment's (MBIE) Te Ara Paerangi - Future Pathways Green Paper  - a multi-year programme focused on the future of New Zealand’s research system. The programme seeks to start an open and wide-ranging conversation on a range of issues facing the research system, how these issues might be addressed, and how to take advantage of emerging opportunities. 

Te Ara Paerangi Submission Te Pūtahitanga.pdf

The University of Canterbury Mauriora Platform Research Team, in conjunction with Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is hosting a one-day, online symposium to celebrate the culmination of two and a half years research by the Te Rū Rangahau team

This is an open invitation to attend the Kia Puāwai – Māori Flourishing Symposium being held Thursday, 21 April 2022 from 09:00AM to 03:15PM

To contribute to increasing Māori postgraduate scholarship in law, the Borrin Foundation has partnered with Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. A pool of $80,000 is available annually to support a Māori scholar to pursue a post-graduate degree in law at a New Zealand university or at an overseas institution.

The 2nd research profile in our Spinoff partnership series features a project led by Dr Shaun Awatere of Manaaki Whenua and an interview with Zak Horomia who speaks about the impacts he's observed from climate change to Hinemaurea Marae in Mangatuna, Uawa.  Read the article here: "A threat to our identity: The impact of climate change on Māori"

This year's 2021-2022 New Horizons Raumati (Summer) Internship Programme is about to start with another outstanding group of aspiring emerging Māori researchers.

This summer they will be working with NPM Researchers from around the country engaged in an exciting range of projects that align to the NPM Matakitenga research programme and contribute to the mission of NPM which is to create the foundations for flourishing Māori futures.

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga has partnered with the team at The Spinoff to bring an exciting new series that shares our research and shows how Mātauranga Māori is shaping the future of Aotearoa.

Congratulations to the recipients announced in today's Royal Society Te Apārangi awards list with a special mention to our preeminent Māori scholars (see list below) who've been recognised for their outstanding research achievements.
 
- Professor Linda Nikora FRSNZ (Tūhoe, Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti)
- Dr Amohia Boulton (Ngāti Ranginui, Ngai te Rangi, Ngāti Mutunga, Te Āti Awa o te Waka a Māui)
- Dr Karen Brewer (Whakatōhea, Ngaiterangi)
- Ocean Mercier (Ngāti Porou)

Savvy for Māori researchers is a fees-free workshop aimed at increasing the visibility of Māori researchers and impacts from their work in both mainstream and Māori media outlets.

This application is for upcoming sessions of the Media SAVVY workshop for Māori researchers, facilitated by the Science Media Centre, in partnership with Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga.

Entry is by selection.

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