Māori and Indigenous Demography
Lead by Dr Tahu Kukutai, Te Para One E Tū Mai Nei: Māori and Indigenous Futures is a forward-looking research programme that addresses the opportunities and challenges attendant with Māori and indigenous demographic change. The complexity of contemporary indigenous realities, in Aotearoa New Zealand and globally, demands a new approach to demography that is critically informed and grounded in indigenous perspectives and aspirations. Māori and Indigenous Futures leverages local and international expertise through inter-disciplinary collaborations that utilise diverse theories and methods to do research that makes a positive difference. The programme has four distinct components: Māori in Aotearoa New Zealand; Iwi and Communities; the Global Māori Diaspora; and Indigenous Peoples and Population. Click on the graphics below for more detailed descriptions.
Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The Australian National University
Centre for Sami Research (Cesam), Umeå University
Māori and Social Issues
An edited collection that looks at Māori research in areas that are critical for Māori and for broader society.