This paper explores how kaupapa Maori practices were operationalised within Maori and Iwi Providers. It examined the practices of successful Maori and iwi (tribal) providers of services and/or programmes across six sectors (housing, social services, education, employment and training, justice, health) and five regions (Taitokerau, Tamaki Makaurau, Taranaki, Tairawhiti, Te Waipounamu).
- Citation: Pipi, K & Cram, F & Hawke, R & Hawke, S & Huriwai, TM & Mataki, T, & Milne, M & Morgan, K & Tuhaka, H & Tuuta, C, A Research Ethic for Studying Maori and Iwi Provider Success, International Research Institute for Maori and Indigenous Education (IRI) March 2003
- Creator: Pipi, K & Cram, F & Hawke, R & Hawke, S & Huriwai, TM & Mataki, T, & Milne, M & Morgan, K & Tuhaka, H & Tuuta, C,
- Language: English
- Publisher: Social Policy Journal of New Zealand
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