This paper examines the interface between science and policymaking and calls for a policy approach that is enabled by, and responsive to, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Mātauranga Māori. For a science sector to have its greatest reach and impact for all citizens, it must demonstrate relevance, accessibility and inclusion. In Aotearoa, there has been concern about the exclusion of Māori and Pacific expertise from science advice and key decision-making roles.
He Mangōpare Amohia: Strategies for Māori Economic Development was launched at Mātaatua, Te Mānuka Tūtahi, in Whakatāne on Thursday, May 21, 2015 and the publication identifi es critical success factors for Māori economic development.
Emerging out of the three-year NPM research programme Te Tupunga Māori Economic Development, He Mangōpare Amohia details the findings of the ground-breaking research undertaken which has a vision of transforming Māori/iwi economic development. A copy of the report can be accessed on our website:
Te Kura Roa: Whaihua
Rāwinia Higgins, Poia Rewi and Vincent Olsen-Reeder launched this series of reports from the Te Kura Roa research programme in June 2017. The reports were presented to Te Kōhanga Reo and Te Ataarangi, with findings from the ‘Whaihua’ research project which was first initiated in 2010.
Download the report series below: