2020 Conference

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Day Three

Author(s) Vanessa Clark - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: C
Indigenous Flourishing

This paper describes a Marsden Fund project (Counting our tūpuna) undertaken by researchers and whānau of Ngāti Tiipa.

Author(s) Marcelle Wharerau - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: C
Indigenous Flourishing

Discourse around Māori (indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand), positive discrimination and affirmative action-type measures in the Aotearoa New Zealand tertiary education system suggest that M

Author(s) Ibrahim Garba - IIRC
Day Three
Session: C
Indigenous Flourishing

Overview: In the past, Indigenous Peoples’ engagement with research in the United States and elsewhere was hampered by a lack of standardized guidelines, institutional partnerships

Author(s) Jason Mika, Jason Cordier and Matthew Roskruge
Day Three
Session: D
Indigenous Economies

Based on 21 stakeholders of two Māori collaborative enterprises at two distinct stages of maturity (commercialised and at the feasibility stage), this paper identifies enabling and constraining fac

Author(s) Marisol Campos-Navarrete - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: D
Indigenous Economies

In the municipality of Xochitlán de Vicente Suárez, located in the northeastern Sierra of Puebla, Mexico, the cultural heritage of diverse communities is the ground on which most activities are car

Author(s) Professor Ella Henry & Dr Jason Mika - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: D
Indigenous Economies

This paper has evolved out of research exploring Indigenous networking, and their contribution to enterprise, self-determination and development.

Author(s) Yvonne Wilson & Sophie Nock - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: E
Indigenous Flourishing

Background: Māori home ownership has dropped at a time when Māori birth rates are increasing.

Author(s) Meri Haami & Susie Wakefield - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: E
Indigenous Flourishing

The Whakamanu Research Project aims to develop an archival organisation system specific to two hapū (collections of whānau; sub-tribal) and marae (traditional place of gathering) communities for ta

Author(s) Dr Esther Willing - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: F
Indigenous Flourishing

Economic measures of health are considered important tools for guiding decisions about resource allocation within our health systems - but the values and philosophical assumptions that underpin the

Author(s) Alehandrea Raiha Manuel - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: F
Indigenous Flourishing

Hearing loss is a critical public health concern for older Māori and whānau.

Author(s) Dr Erena Wikaira - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: F
Indigenous Flourishing

Aim: In pre-colonial Aotearoa/New Zealand, traditional Māori health systems (rongoā Māori) maintained the health and well-being of Māori communities.

Author(s) Dr Maria Bargh - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: G
Indigenous Environments

In 2015 the New Zealand government announced the creation of a charitable trust to direct funding towards fulfilling the goal of making the country predator free by 2050.

Author(s) Ruiha Caldwell, Cherie Tirikatene, Jude Pani, Rawiri Waru, Dean Walker and Rita Dionisio - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: G
Indigenous Environments

This paper presents two place-based tools, developed to support Māori communities in leading planning processes.

Author(s) Oliver McMillan - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: G
Indigenous Environments

The Ministry for the Environment estimates that there are about 20,000 contaminated sites in Aotearoa, typically associated with industrial activities around pesticides, coal, oil and gas, mining,

Author(s) Tracey Whare - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: H
Indigenous Economies

This paper argues that Indigenous peoples’ legal systems are best placed to determine Indigenous peoples’ intellectual property rights, particularly when state law provides little guidance or certa

Author(s) Professor Jarrod Haar - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: H
Indigenous Economies

How do Māori firms achieve superior innovation?

Author(s) Professor Papaarangi Reid - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: I
Indigenous Flourishing

Well-documented health inequities exist between and within countries worldwide. Almost without exception, these inequities are extreme among Indigenous peoples within colonised nation states.

Author(s) Jacqueline Martin - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: I
Indigenous Flourishing

Haramai e tama puritia te aka matua

Author(s) Moahuia Goza - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: I
Indigenous Flourishing

Ko taku nei whakapae:

Ko te tinana he pā

Ko te puku he hapū

Ka ora, ka mate

Author(s) Marcus Shadbolt & Jodanne Aitken - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: J
Indigenous Environments

New Zealand’s biodiversity is in decline due to threats such as climate change and habitat destruction.

Author(s) Dr William John Martin - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: J
Indigenous Innovation

Vision Mātauranga is New Zealand’s policy for enabling indigenous (Māori) people and knowledges within the government-supported science system.

Author(s) Tony Craig & Katherine Short - IIRC20
Day Three
Session: J
Indigenous languages and cultures

Occurring in the marine environment, seafood production is subject to environmental change.

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