NPM completed our 2019-2020 Summer Internship Summary Report Competition with short online presentations from the three finalists on Tuesday 19 May.

The finalists were:

Kelly Mitchell (Waikato-Tainui) from Victoria University of Wellington. Her supervisor was Dr Vini Olsen-Reeder also from Te Kawa a Māui – School of Māori Studies. Project: Te Whare Kōrero o Te Ure Tārewa.

Māori researchers from across the country have been making considerable contributions to current national discussions around the response to Covid-19 and what the future holds. Just a few of these contributions are as follows:

In our most recent Te Arotahi Paper (link to paper here), NPM researchers are calling for our policy-makers to recognise and respect Māori concepts of wealth in advancing Māori financial literacy, in the face of the additional challenges now in front of our communities in this fast changing world.  

As part of our Tautoko Strategy, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is committed to ensuring that our researchers have a platform for communicating their expertise and insights into Covid-19 and the wider implications it may have on whānau and Indigenous communities.

Tomokanga Rauemi Reo Māori, is a new online digital Māori language portal which was developed out of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga's Te Whare Matihiko o Te Reo Māori Foundational Research Project led by Professor Tania Ka'ai, the late Professor John Moorfield (Te Murumāra) and the team at Te Ipukarea Research Institute.