Eight Days of International Indigenous Research ahead

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is on the eve of eight continuous days of intense global sharing of Indigenous-led researched solutions with hundreds of highly experienced Indigenous researchers  arriving into Tāmakai Makaurau Auckland from almost 100 tribal nations, each of them specialists in business, health and medicine, sciences, humanities, languages, the performing arts and many other disciplines.

Commencing Friday 9th November, NPM partner Auckland University of Technology with MAI ki Aronui, will  be hosting one of NPM's annual calendar highlights - the National MAI Doctoral Conference.  For three days Māori and Indigenous post-graduate students will be immersed in celebrating their latest research and achievements.

At the conclusion of the MAI Doctoral Conference the focus will be on a seamless transition into the following week when NPM is for the 8th time hosting the sold-out globally significant 8th Biennial International Indigenous Research Conference from 12 - 16 November.

Eight significant days of sharing of premiere Māori and Indigenous knowledge, research and scholarship where we will all be inspired by excellence, connection, creativity, deep thought and scholar activism.

To access an online version of the substantial and detailed International Indigenous Research Conference programme please link here!

The public is able to attend some of the aligned activities for free. Link below to register.

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga - Fulbright New Zealand “Indigenous Futures’ Forum
- Tuesday 13 November 4-6pm