Rukuhia te mātauranga ki tōna hōhonutanga me tōna whanuitānga.
The critical issue for the Māori Caucus
Māori Caucus supports the Association’s membership Māori and the interests of the members. The dual Maori Caucus representation on NZARE council ensures a continuity of Kaupapa from one year to another plus nurtures capability and builds capacity in the membership.
The past year has seen an extension and strength of the capability of Maori caucus through the first ever published journal by Maori Caucus which was in Te Reo Maori. Another such publication is again in development. Keep your membership up to date to ensure you receive panui from your Māori Caucus representatives:
Due to unforseen circumstances the Māori Caucus workshop was unable to take place at the Conference. The representatives presented a summary report with a hui and workshops planned for 2014. Watch this space.
» Download Maori Caucus AGM Report 2013 (PDF, 34KB)
NZARE members who are yet to register as members of Māori caucus members, please contact the Executive Officer Caroline Strachan firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the data base.
Send in information to your representative and we will post your links to each Kaupapa.
Haemata – Living language and Education, te reo, kia ora, te ako, kia pakari http://www.haemata.co.nz
He Kākano – http://hekakano.tki.org.nz/
He Pukenga Kōrero
Contents of back issues and information on subscriptions can be found at http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/learning/departments/school-of-maori-art-knowledge-and-education/research/he-pukenga-korero/he-pukenga-korero_home.cfm
Web page: http://www.hepukengakorero.com/
NZARE will hold a joint conference with AARE in Brisbane 2014.
NZARE Group Award
The NZARE Group Award alternates between quantitative, Måori and Pasifika group research. The award comprises a written citation and a cash prize of $1000. More about the NZARE Group Award...
Te Tohu Pae Tawhiti Award
Te Tohu Pae Tawhiti Award for research in Māori Education recognises researchers who have made a significant contribution to Māori education by conducting high quality research over an extended period of time. The Award comprises a written citation, a taonga and cash prize of $1500. More about the Te Tohu Pae Tawhiti Award...
Please ensure your are Registered as an NZARE Maori Caucus member to receive your panui.
Past events and information
MĀori CAUCUS Contacts
Your representatives on the NZARE council is:
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