MAORI CAUCUS FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
Rukuhia te mātauranga ki tōna hōhonutanga me tōna whanuitānga.
Pursue knowledge to its greatest depths and its broadest horizons.
MAORI CAUCUS LATEST NEWS
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN NORTH AMERICA CONFERENCE 2017
Members may be interested in the inaugural conference of North American Center for Collaborative Development (NACCD), Connecting Indigenous peoples in North America: Crafting a community of shared knowledge, to be held in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada in June2017. For more information refer to the International Confernces page
Latest NZARE publication
The latest in research in te reo, published as Te Mauri o te Whare was released in November 201. Read more here
Māori Caucus met to share status of key research, identify any issues for NZARE to promote in the new year and for networking.Click here to download a list of papers in Māori & Indigenous and Pasifika categories. Full abstracts are held on the Conference 2016 page
Held at Whakatāne this was very well supported by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi (host campus) and Māori researchers throughout the Waikato and Bay of Plenty. Click here to download a list of papers in Māori & Indigenous and Pasifika categories. The full list of abstracts is held on the Past Conferences page
TOI TE KUPU, TOI TE MANA, TOI TE WHENUA
Symposium: 26 - 27 September, 2014, Whakatāne
The three streams represent our indigenous world:
- Toi te Kupu – research and project in community and education
- Toi te Mana – research and perspectives of Pasifika
- Toi te Whenua – research and ongoing developments of tō tātou reo Rangatira
» Download Toi te Kupu Panui abstracts for more information (1500 kb)
CURRENT NEWS FOR MAORI EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
THE CRITICAL ISSUE FOR THE MĀORI CAUCUS
Māori Caucus supports the Association’s membership Māori and the interests of the members. The dual Māori Caucus representation on NZARE Council ensures a continuity of Kaupapa from one year to another plus nurtures capability and builds capacity in the membership.
The past few years have seen an extension and strength of the capability of Māori caucus through the first conference at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi in 2015, a Maori/Pasifika symposium in 2014, plus monographs published by Māori Caucus in Te Reo Māori. Keep your membership up to date to ensure you receive panui from your Māori Caucus representatives:
- Miriama Postelthwaite, Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi
- Rachel Martin, University of Canterbury
NZARE Group Award
The NZARE Group Award alternates between quantitative, Māori and Pasifika group research. The award comprises a written citation and a cash prize of $1000. More about the NZARE Group Award...
Te Tohu Pae Tawhiti Award
Te Tohu Pae Tawhiti Award for research in Māori Education recognises researchers who have made a significant contribution to Māori education by conducting high quality research over an extended period of time. The Award comprises a written citation, a taonga and cash prize of $1500. More about the Te Tohu Pae Tawhiti Award...
CLICK HERE for a summary of past events and news items 2013-15
CLICK HERE for a summary of past events and news items 2008 - 2012