In this Community Research webinar Rangimārie Mules, Crystal Pekepo and Sophia Beaton share kōrero and insights into co-design and Māori development, presenting
- Practical methods, tools and skills to support co-design and participation
- Stories of co-design in action from Aotearoa
- Principles of good co-design alongside Māori
- How Mātauranga and co-design intersect, to benefit Māori communities
- Rangimārie Mules – Māori Co.Design
- Crystal Pekepo – Toi Tangata Co Design
- Sophia Beaton – Engaging People with Lived Experience of Homelessness in Service Development Through Co-design
Resources shared in this webinar
- Lifehack – Resources for bringing groups together for shared purpose and co-design
- Community Research Code of Practice – guidelines for collaborations with community
- What Works website – tools and resources to help you develop an evidence-based approach
- Kaupapa Māori resources – resources and principles of good engagement
- Ngā Aho – A national network of Māori design professionals
- Paul McGregor’s collection of toolkit‘s, and Penny Hagan’s opinion pieces. Liz Sanders’ MakeTools site and Nick Bowmast’s User Experience site
- Stanford D-School – a hub for collaboration, creativity at Stanford and everyday innovators
- Stanford Bootcamp – a virtual crash course in design thinking
Rangimārie Mules (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Māmoe, Te Atiawa)
Rangimārie’s mahi spans evaluation, community engagement, policy and outdoor pursuits to name a few. Rangimārie was brought up under the guardianship of Araiteuru taniwha on the shores of the Hokianga Harbour. Her deep relationship to Aotearoa’s peoples and places informs her mahi as a social innovator. She is a founding member of the Ngā Aho Tikanga Māori co-design network.
Crystal Pekepo (Ngāti Vara, Ngāti Kahungunu)
In her role with Toi Tangata Crystal specialises in Community Research and Co-design, and is based at Waiwhetu Marae. She graduated from Te Wānanga ō Raukawa. Her interests include Mātauranga, Māori outcomes and Kaupapa Māori Co-design.
Sophia Beaton (Ngāti Vara, Ngāti Kahungunu)
Sophia is from Bluff/Ruapuke, now residing in Auckland, Tāmaki-Makaurau. Sophia is currently employed by Lifewise NZ as a Service Designer to co-design the collaborative Housing First programme for people experiencing chronic homelessness in the Auckland city centre.