TE KAWA O WHĀNAU ORA
SPECIAL EDITION WHĀNAU ORA RESEARCH JOURNAL
Tēnei te whakapāoho atu nei i te reo whaakaaraara ki te tī, ki te tā.
E ngā maunga whakahī, e ngā pari karangaranga, e ngā tai e whā o te motu.
Huri atu ngā mihi ki a koutou katoa e whai kaha ana ki te manaaki i te taha whānau
Ko Whānau Ora te pūtake, ko Whānau Ora te kaupapa, nei rā te torohanga atu o tēnei whakaputanga hou, ko Te Kawa Whānau Ora ki a koutou katoa rā.
Ko te whāinga nui kia whakaemihia ngā kete kōrero o te wā me ngā whakamārama i ngā kauparenga o Te Mate Urutā hei whare whakaruruhau mō o tātou whānau, hāpori anō hoki.
Tēnā tukua mai o kōrero hei whare ako, hei whare kōrero, hei whare wānanga
mō ngā iwi katoa e tau nei.
Nāku noa, nā Professor Meihana Durie (Ētita)
The Whānau Ora partners and their front line kaimahi across the North Island worked tirelessly to ensure our whānau and our communities were safe, fed and had the support they needed to survive through the unprecedented times of COVID-19.
As a Whānau Ora network, we would like to capture your narratives and experiences through your eyes and publish these stories in a peer-reviewed special edition journal. Therefore, we warmly welcome expressions of interest and invite you to tell your authentic stories through written submissions, quotes, videos and/or a series of interviews.
Support will be provided to those who have a story to tell and may require some guidance to help to pull it all together. We hope to compile 20 -25 articles to publish in the journal and online for our national and international indigenous readers.
Let us tell Aotearoa and the world what you did to keep our whānau safe.
For all and any related enquiries and expressions of interest from Whānau Ora providers, please email on: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like further information please contact:
Tanya Kaihe, Senior Project Manager:
Mobile: 021 272 0900
This special edition journal will uphold and explore the principles of whanaungatanga, aroha, wairuatanga, pōhiri, te reo Māori, tautoko, kawa, whakapapa, manaakitanga and kotahitanga through the diverse voices of practitioners, researchers and whānau.
Editor – Professor Meihana Durie
Assistant Editor – Hector Kaiwai