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Research manager for Te Whāriki Manawāhine O Hauraki

12 months
Approved budget:
Denise Messiter
Ms Irene Kereama-Royal
Proposal type:
Ngā Kanohi Kitea Training Grant
Lay summary
​​This project seeks a training grant to strengthen capacity and capability for Māori research in Hauraki that addresses the health and wellbeing needs of Hauraki whānau hāpu and iwi. ​Recruitment of a research manager within Te Whāriki Manawāhine O Hauraki would build Te Whāriki’s grant-writing and subject-matter expertise, technical and scientific design competencies, connections, networks, and infrastructure to engage in kaupapa Māori research activities (such as holding hui and scoping wānanga with local whānau and key stakeholders). ​The project’s work plan and outputs would strengthen Te Whariki’s capability to engage in research, provide workforce development opportunities, and help to identify research themes that meaningfully addresses need and inequity for Hauraki Māori. ​Further, it enables the development of research partnerships and collaborations that contribute to Te Whariki’s research aspirations and data sovereignty building.