News from AUT’s Māori whānau

Professor examines ‘difficult’ topic

Professor examines ‘difficult’ topic

12 Mar, 2024
‘Violence Within Whānau and Mahi Tūkino – A Litany of Sound Revisited’ was written by AUT Professor Denise Wilson, Associate Dean of Māori Research.
AUT Te Ipukarea and American Indian Studies Research Institute

Indigenous language revitalisation MOI

04 Mar, 2024
AUT’s Te Ipukarea and the American Indian Studies Research Institute take a significant step in the advancement of Indigenous language revitalisation.
The new book Kia Hiwa Rā on display.

The ‘bible’ of Māori journalism

05 Feb, 2024
How is Māori-language journalism different and what is the experience of the journalists who practice it?
Waitangi Day Flags

Waitangi Day: 5 myths and misconceptions

05 Feb, 2024
In an effort to spread greater understanding, Paul Moon, Professor of History, breaks down 5 common myths and misconceptions surrounding the treaty.
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Mātauranga māori in the media

01 Feb, 2024
Business School Professor Ella Henry, with Associate Professor Christina Milligan from the School of Communications, conducted a study on mātauranga Māori
UniPrep at AUT’s South Campus in Manukau

A head start on life at university

15 Jan, 2024
Highschool leavers set to receive NCEA results next week, AUT’s message for Māori, Pacific and other students is tertiary education is within reach via AUT
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Time to transform NZ’s justice system

20 Nov, 2023
A five-year study led by AUT Law School aims to transform how our justice system supports whānau experiencing mental health distress and addiction.
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Māori chief inspires fashion student’s work

15 Nov, 2023
Ngāti Tūwharetoa design student Tia Tahau’s collection, showcased at AUT’s 2023 Graduate Fashion Show, was inspired by her ancestor Te Rangi Tāhau
Whānau gather at Kenana urupā for the unveiling of the pou at the experimental urupā tautaiao.

Decolonising Māori death practices

14 Nov, 2023
Marsden-funded research is revitalising and adapting ancient Māori burial customs and practices for modern life.
Khylee Quince

NZ law schools embed, teach bijural law

08 Nov, 2023
AUT Law School and all NZ law schools are working to ensure the tertiary law curriculum reflects a legal system that is bicultural, bilingual, and bijural.