Embedding whakamāori research
The Growing Up in New Zealand study has been rolling along for 12 years now, taking a close look at the lives of more than 6,000 New Zealand kids, aiming to carry on doing that until they’re 21, and publishing the findings as the interviews proceed.
It’s interesting data — and influential, too, because the information and insights are helping shape how we look after the wellbeing of our children.
That national project, conducted by the University of Auckland and directed until recently by Dr Susan Morton — is now led by Dr Sarah-Jane Paine (Tūhoe).
Link to article and kōrero with Dale Husband: Sarah-Jane Paine: Embedding whakamāori research - E-Tangata