Professor Helen Moewaka Barnes

Ngāti Wai, Ngāti Hine, Ngāti Manu
Director of Whāriki and Co-director of the SHORE and Whariki Research Centre
Massey University

Professor Helen Moewaka Barnes is based out of Massey University and is currently Director of Whāriki and Co-director of the SHORE and Whariki Research Centre. She has worked on research in many areas; more recently relationships between the health of people and the health of environments, sexual coercion, alcohol and youth well-being and identity.

Associate Professor Mānuka Hēnare

Ngāpuhi, Te Aupouri, Te Rarawa, Ngāti Kuri
Director of the Mira Szászy Research Centre for Māori and Pacific Economic Development
The University of Auckland

Mānuka joined the University of Auckland Business School in 1996 and is Associate Professor in Māori Business Development in the Department of Management and International Business and recently completed (December 2014) a twelve year term as Associate Dean (Māori and Pacific Development). Mānuka is also the foundation Director of the Mira Szászy Research Centre for Māori and Pacific Economic Development and leads a number of multidisciplinary research project teams.

Professor Papaarangi Reid

Te Rarawa
Tumuaki
The University of Auckland

Papaarangi is Tumuaki and Head of Department of Maori Health at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, New Zealand.  She holds science and medical degrees from the University of Auckland and is a specialist in public health medicine. She has tribal affiliations to Te Rarawa in the Far North of Aotearoa and her research interests include analysing disparities between indigenous and non-indigenous citizens as a means of monitoring government commitment to indigenous rights.

Economic Development
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Annual Report 2014 : Ongoing Impact and Research Excellence

The Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga 2014 Annual Report highlights the ongoing impact of our research for individual Māori communities across the motu and indeed the nation as a whole. This past year we launched a series of new projects focused on Māori economic performance, published our research widely and produced research outputs that directly influenced the day to day lives of local communities.

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