RANGAHAU & AROMĀTAI Research & Evaluation

Sharing new insights and perspectives arising from research and framed by a values-based practice enhancing the mana of whānau, hapū, iwi and hapori across Aotearoa.
Featuring peer reviewed articles reflecting on indigenous practice, case studies from the frontline and also from partners working within the Whānau Ora sphere, it is intended that this will be a source of community-relevant findings to further inform future research.
Initiating in-depth conversations across the wider Māori community around some of the key themes and outputs arising from research and practice, we will uphold and explore the principles of whanaungatanga, aroha, wairuatanga, pōhiri, Te Reo Māori, tautoko, kawa, whakapapa, manaakitanga and kotahitanga through the diverse voices of practitioners, researchers, and whānau.