Nō mātou te whiwhi! Piri mai ki te whakarongo ki ngā Tumu Whakarae o Māori Television, Te Māngai Pāho me Te Mātāwai. Ka whakaputaina i ō rātou whakaaro e hāngai ana ki te mahi ngātahi mō te rangahau i te reo Māori te kaupapa i raro i Te Papa Kōrero. Nau mai, hono mai rā hei kaupapa whakakapinga mō Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori.
Join our panel of chief executives in a live video webinar session this Friday 18 September at 2pm as they share their ideas about working together for te reo Māori research under Te Papa Kōrero.
On the 31st August, an NPM panel of esteemed Māori researchers met in a live video webinar session to investigate, expose and discuss the ethics of rationing health in a racialised society.
Professor Papaarangi Reid facilitated a discussion between Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Associate Professor Krushil Wātene and Dr Donna Cormack, where they explored the topic of Rationing Māori Life and Well-Being - Who Decides and How?
This week, Māori law academics across six law schools released a report calling for a new vision for how we construct, know and teach law in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Our congratulations go to Paora Crawford Moyle (Ngāti Porou), this year's winner of the annual Wāhine Ora Award supported by NPM and New Horizons for Women Trust: Hine Kahukura!
Rationing Māori Life and Well-Being - Who Decides and How?An Expert Webinar and Panel Discussion brought to you by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa UrūtaWhen: Monday 31 August 2pm - 3.30pm
Panel: Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Associate Professor Krushil Wātene and Dr Donna Cormack with Professor Tahu Kukutai (Facilitator)
Abstracts for our online IIRC20 themed conference "Gathering of Indigenous Minds" (18th – 20th November 2020) have been extended by one week: now due Friday 28th August 2020.
- Erena Wikaire (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Hine, Te Hikutu, Te Kapotai) has been awarded the Fulbright - Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Graduate Award to conduct PhD research into models of Indigenous healing.Erena is a Kaupapa Māori Health Researcher. Her research areas include traditional Māori and Indigenous healing systems, Māori health workforce development, Māori health promotion, health equity, cultural competence, mental health, and cancer in Māori and Indigenous populations.
NPM is delighted to announce 50 tauira (students) as recipients of its new mid-year 2020 NPM internships and scholarships, which have been designed to support tauira and enhance research outcomes in these uncertain times.
In early August many of the confirmed recipients gathered in person at NPM's Waipapa Marae based secretariat, and also online from sites around the country, to be welcomed and meet each other enabling whanaungatanga, connection and the sharing of their stories. This begins their exciting programme of work through to the end of 2020.
NPM's 2019 Annual Report has been published and released to all our partners and network this past week.
Once again NPM demonstrates our considerable contribution to Māori scholarship, Māori communities, and the field and recognition of Indigenous research, as New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence.