Joint COVID-19 Case Study with NIAA
A look into the policy measures adopted by Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand in response to the pandemic and the resulting impact on Indigenous peoples and their communities - March 2020 to July 2021.
Te Piringa: Whānau-Centred Primary Health Care
Te Piringa is the name of an independent body of research that provides key recommendations and findings about using a whānau-centred approach to primary health care services.
Whānau-centred approaches to address family violence
Family violence disproportionately affects Māori, with Māori being more than twice as likely to experience it than other New Zealanders.
Māori Family Violence Infographic
This resource introduces a set of indicators collated from a range of agencies which show that the impact of Māori family violence extends beyond the whānau and has a high social and financial cost to society. The infographic was developed in 2017 for a wider discussion on family violence and uses data from the period 2009-2012. There may be more recent information available from other sources including https://www.hqsc.govt.nz/our-programmes/mrc/fvdrc/