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Wai-Research Interview Series
Wai Research has been born out of the historical experience of “being researched on” rather than “researched with and for”, which has meant that there is a disconnect between our community and the understanding of how research can impact best outcomes and tell community stories. The purpose of the Wai Research Interview series is to find ways to bridge the gap between the community and research, to build the profile of research within the community and to build the profile of community research within wider academia.
By interviewing a wide range of indigenous researchers to see the “how and the why” of indigenous research we can start a conversation about the many different methods and approaches that are relevant and effective in research.
Part 4 -Te Kani Kingi
In this installment of the Wai Research Interview Series we talk to Professor Te Kani Kingi, who currently holds the role of Executive Director of Research […]
Part 3 – Professor Malcolm King
Our third video in the Wai Research Interview Series helps to put an international lens on indigenous research, through an interview with Professor Malcolm King—Community Health […]
Part 2 – Whakauae Iwi Research
The second instalment of the Wai Research interview series sees Dr Amohia Boulton and Dr Heather Gifford of the Whakauae Iwi Research Centre talk about the […]
Part 1- Sir Mason Durie
The first interview is with our Wai Research Pou (Patron), Sir Mason Durie, and provided an opportunity for us to ask him all about what constitutes […]