Annual Report 2010 – Electronic Copy Available for Download


2010 has yet again been a busy year in the life of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and here we present the breadth and range of research and activities undertaken, hosted and supported by our Centre over the year. While addressing needs in our communities now, we are also looking firmly to the future, to the far horizon, and supporting research and activities that will transform the research discipline, our communities and society in general.

Below are some of the highlights of the many successes. For more stories and information download the Annual Report 2010

High quality infrastructure developed for indigenous development research internationally.
Our online media centre enabling knowledge sharing across geographical boundaries (; the growing reputation of the AlterNative journal (; Te Pūkenga Tukutuku – our online directory of indigenous scholars (
Eleven new research projects supported, bringing the number of our active research projects to thirty-three.
A hugely successful Traditional Knowledge conference hosted and organised by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, attracting over 400 New Zealand and overseas delegates.
New joint initiative with Fulbright New Zealand enabling indigenous research links with the USA and developing excellence in indigenous development.
Six journal issues successfully published: three issues of AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, and three MAI Review issues.
More PhD students and graduates than ever before supported through our MAI programme: currently over 700 Māori graduated from or enrolled in a PhD programme.
Thirty-two conferences, symposia and events supported by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, reaching large community, national and international audiences.
Our new Pae Tawhiti initiatives developed, and the first launched, highlighting our new research direction.
New strategic plan in place to guide the next phase of our Centre’s research and activities.