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Over many years our research work has helped inform us and others on the best ways to support Māori development. In this section you can search our publications by subject matter or publication date.

Hokioi rere po, pekapeka rere ahiahi

The hokioi flies at night, the bat flies in the evening. (The hokioi was a legendary bird that could never be seen, but whose screech could be heard at night.)

Recent publications

  • Evaluation of the Governance Training Trial

    • Published in 2018

    This report outlines key findings and recommendations from the evaluation of the 2016 governance training trial. The training was developed because governance skills, strategic planning, and financial literacy are becoming increasingly necessary for Iwi to undertake their responsibilities within a pre- and post-Treaty settlement environment.

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  • Waikato Region Maaori Economic Action Plan and Agenda

    • Published in 2018

    A Short-term Action Plan and a Long-term Economic Agenda for Maaori in the Waikato Region to work together intended to lift the economic performance of Maaori, and the economies of the Waikato and New Zealand in the process.

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  • Introduction to the Māori Housing Network

    • Published in 2018

    This information is an introduction to the Māori Housing Network. The Māori Housing Network supports whānau, hapū and iwi with information, advice, and practical support to improve and develop Māori housing.

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