An outline of a PhD exploring how hauora Maori communities used matauranga and tikanga Maori as constructive engagement mechanisms for practicing co-operative co-existence with non-Maori through creating community unique health models – how their health models resulted in Maori and non-Maori living together differently through health developments in their communities. It conceptualised these as indigeneity models for indigenous and non-indigenous peoples to co-operatively co-exist.
- Citation: Chant, L (2010) Hauora Kotahitanga. A paper presented at the Tangata Whenua Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre AGM, 1 December 2010.
- Creator: Lisa Chant
- Language: English
- Publisher: Not published
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