Te Whare Rangahau o Hemi Henare

James Henare Research Centre

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“Kua tawhiti kē tō haerenga mai, kia kore e haere tonu. He nui rawa ō mahi, kia kore e mahi tonu.

 

You have come too far not to go further, you have done too much not to do more.”

 

                              Sir James Henare

 

Associate Professor and Co-Director of James Henare Research Centre, Marama Muru-Lanning, speaking about our vision.

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Te Whare Rangahau o Hemi Henare | The James Henare Research Centre is Waipapa Taumata Rau’s leading Māori transdisciplinary research centre. Our Centre co-designs and co-creates excellent research with Te Tai Tokerau flaxroots communities. We envisage a future underpinned by the transformative values of Te Ao Māori. Our research enables our community partners to exercise mana motuhake and lead decisions that affect their social, environmental, and economic wellbeing. We are inspired and guided by the words and life of Tā Hemi Henare.

Our focus is on providing excellent research to Empower Māori

Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Ko te Kuini o Ingarani ka wakarite ka wakaae ki nga Rangatira ki nga hapu – ki nga tangata katoa o Nu Tirani te tino rangatiratanga o o ratou wenua o ratou kainga me o ratou taonga katoa.

In supporting the University’s commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, the James Henare Research Centre conducts its research in accordance with the guarantee of tino rangatiratanga in Article 2 of Te Tiriti.

A Recent Project: Kāinga Noho – Kāinga Whenua

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Co-Director of James Henare Research Centre, Dr Tia Dawes, speaking about a recent project.

Our Vision

To deliver world leading transdisciplinary research grounded in flaxroots communities for the betterment of Aotearoa by:

  • Creating a pipeline for future generations of scholars from Te Tai Tokerau, Tāmaki and other Māori communities
  • Working with academic and community researchers from a broad range of disciplines
  • Building enduring partnerships with local and global communities while moving ideas into action

 

Dr Ngāhuia Harrison speaking about her experience at

the James Henare Research Centre

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