May 16, 2021

Maori News & Indigenous Views

Kei tua o te pae: the challenges of Kaupapa Maori research in the 21st century

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This hui will reignite the debate and help shape the future direction of kaupapa Maori research in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Listen to leading Maori researchers discuss their experiences and get the chance to engage with them and each other to collectively build and contribute to shaping the next stage of development of kaupapa Maori research.

Be part of this important korero.

As well as keynote speakers and panel sessions, the hui will include workshop sessions to explore the issues you tell us youre interested in (see registration form). This hui is for Maori researchers, policy makers, decision-makers and community leaders.

It has a particular focus on Maori education and wellbeing. We have a limited number of funded places available for Maori tertiary students email Katrina Taupo on [email protected]

Speakers include:

  • Dr Kathie Irwin
  • Moana Jackson
  • Ani Mikaere
  • Professor Wally Penetito
  • Dr Leonie Pihama
  • Aneta Rawiri
  • Professor Linda Smith
  • Percy Tipene

This event is hosted by Te Wahanga, New Zealand Council for Educational Research in partnership with Ako Aotearoa. We will be posting more details about the hui on our website leading up to the event.


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