• 2020 Mar 26 10:00 AM

    READ -> Ruānuku Emeritus Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku.  In this commentary, Ngahuia reflects on the Māori practice of Kawemate as a way through and beyond Alert Level 4 Aotearoa National State of Emergency, a time when we are unable to give full effect to our Maori grief rituals. Ngahuia along with Prof Linda Waimarie Nikora lead the Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga project titled: Aituā: Death in a changing Māori World.

  • 2020 Feb 10 1:00 PM to 2020 Feb 10 4:45 PM

    Hosted by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, Waipapa Marae (University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa)

    16 Wynyard Street, University of Auckland Auckland Central.

    Human Rights Dialogue with Taiwanese Delegation 

    Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is pleased to welcome to Waipapa and the University of Auckland a delegation of academics and office holders from Taiwan curious to share and learn about Māori and New Zealand’s pursuit of excellent human rights outcomes.

  • 2017 Sep 05 8:30 PM to 2017 Sep 07 5:00 AM


    Venue: Waikato Tainui College for Research and Development, Ngāruawāhia, Waikato, Aotearoa New Zealand

    Indigenous Data Sovereignty ‘What Works’ Workshop, hosted by Te Mana Raraunga, the Māori Data Sovereignty Network.

    This two day workshop brings together a diverse group of speakers from Aotearoa NZ and overseas to share examples of how Indigenous data sovereignty is working in a range of local and national settings.  The focus is on 'by Indigenous, for Indigenous' data-driven solutions and innovation. The interactive format encourages small group discussions and collective strategising.

  • 2017 Aug 30 8:30 AM

    Through its MAI Te Kupenga network, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and Te Kotahi Research Institute are currently providing a series of free wānanga and webinar events, which are hosted and organised through MAI ki Waikato.

  • 2017 Aug 16 6:30 PM to 2017 Aug 16 9:30 PM

    Owen G. Glenn Building,
    Building 260 Room 098,
    ​The University of Auckland
    ​Auckland CBD

    Starting in April 2016, thousands of people, led by Standing Rock Sioux Tribal members, gathered at camps to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), creating the #NoDAPL movement. The movement temporarily blocked pipeline construction, though the Trump administration in 2017 reversed this decision, permitting DAPL's construction. #NoDAPL has mobilised Indigenous peoples and allies everywhere through the philosophy of "Mni Wiconi" or "Water is Life."

    In this seminar, Dr. Whyte will tell some of the story of the #NoDAPL movement, cover the politics of U.S. colonialism that pushed DAPL's ultimate construction, and close with a discussion of recent legal outcomes and the future of what the movement means for Indigenous environmental justice on Turtle Island and globally.

    The event is for anyone, and will be informative for students and faculty, activists and concerned citizens in Aotearoa/NZ.

    Kyle Whyte (Potawatomi) holds the Timnick Chair in the Humanities at Michigan State University. He is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Community Sustainability. His primary research addresses moral and political issues concerning climate policy and Indigenous peoples and the ethics of cooperative relationships between Indigenous peoples and climate science organisations. He is an enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. His website is kylewhyte.cal.msu.edu.

  • 2016 Sep 14 9:00 PM to 2016 Sep 15 1:00 AM

    We have a planned web outage for required maintenance upgrade 15th September from 9pm-1am 16 September.

    No Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga web services will be available at this time, includes maramatanga.ac.nz; alternative.ac.nz; journal.mai.ac.nz; mai.ac.nz; mediacentre.maramatanga.ac.nz; indigenousresearch2016.ac.nz

    A notification will be sent to advise our users and network of this scheduled outage. 

  • 2016 Aug 25 12:30 PM

    On Wednesday 26th August and in the sixth of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga’s (NPM) Horizons of Insight Seminars for 2015, Professor Helen Moewaka Barnes, presented a professorial lecture on Māori and Research Advancement and Managing with the Minimum.

  • 2016 Jun 24 12:30 PM to 2016 Jun 24 1:30 PM

    In the fourth of our Horizons of Insight seminars for 2015, and as part of our celebration of Matariki 2015, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM) presents Insights from the Maramataka & Science, with Professor Mike Walker and Dr Pauline Harris.

  • 2016 May 04 2:00 PM

    Room 206, Level 2, Owen G Glenn Building
    Business School, 12 Grafton Road
    The University of Auckland

    The modern Māori economy is a dynamic, deep-rooted, complex and ever evolving space.

    Kaitiakitanga of natural resources, issues around intergenerational wealth, maintenance of cultural identity, and the wellbeing of iwi, hapū and whānau all play an important part in future strategic
    development of tribal resources and business opportunities. 

  • 2016 Mar 30 12:00 PM

    Moot Court, 10th Floor
    Faculty of Law
    Richardson Building
    University of Otago

    Ko te Māori e arataki ana i a Aotearoa ki te ao kei mua 
    Māori leading New Zealand into the future

    This is the new vision for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and our first Horizons of Insight Seminar for 2016 will consider the role of law in achieving this vision.