In Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, one of NPM Principal Researchers in Te Reo me ngā Tikanga Māori, Dr Rachael Ka'ai-Mahuta of Te Ipukarea, published an article in The Conversation highlighting her current NPM research and Making te reo Māori cool: what language revitalisation could learn from the Korean Wave – check out this article here in both te reo Māori and
NPM Researcher Dr Dan Hikuroa has contributed to the recently published book Communicating Science: A Global Perspective. This book includes a chapter on Aotearoa New Zealand, entitled “Participatory science and bicultural knowledge communication” and documents the global emergence of modern science communication.
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Join our panel of chief executives in a live video webinar session this Friday 18 September at 2pm as they share their ideas about working together for te reo Māori research under Te Papa Kōrero.
On the 31st August, an NPM panel of esteemed Māori researchers met in a live video webinar session to investigate, expose and discuss the ethics of rationing health in a racialised society.
Professor Papaarangi Reid facilitated a discussion between Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Associate Professor Krushil Wātene and Dr Donna Cormack, where they explored the topic of Rationing Māori Life and Well-Being - Who Decides and How?
Erena Wikaire (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Hine, Te Hikutu, Te Kapotai) has been awarded the Fulbright - Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Graduate Award to conduct PhD research into models of Indigenous healing.
Erena is a Kaupapa Māori Health Researcher. Her research areas include traditional Māori and Indigenous healing systems, Māori health workforce development, Māori health promotion, health equity, cultural competence, mental health, and cancer in Māori and Indigenous populations.