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Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2009/2010. Stigma and Discrimination of Indigenous Youth with Mental Health and/or Substance Use Problems.

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Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2009/2010. Stigma and Discrimination of Indigenous Youth with Mental Health and/or Substance Use Problems. NZ Team Lead Researcher.

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International Network on Indigenous Knowledge, Risk Interpretation and Action

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This project will involve collecting, synthesizing and sharing data on indigenous knowledge - including worldviews, experiences, practices and approaches – related to risk perception, interpretation and action facing both man-made and natural disasters and climate change in five countries. The four ISSC scholars that participated in the RIA seminar in New Zealand, plus invited Maori scholar Dr. Simon Lambert, will develop structured study-cases focusing on their regions, and share them during a workshop to be organized at University of Florida in the second semester of 2014.

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Maraea - Supportive solutions for indigenous children who misuse substances

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General Māori Health Research Postdoctoral Fellowship (2016 funding round)
Dr Lisa Chant
AUT University
Maraea - Supportive solutions for indigenous children who misuse substances
$542,281
48 months

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Pari

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This project tracks the history of Pari, the performance bodices that have a history of some 100 years. They are often part of the public profile of Kapa Haka and are emblematic of Kapa affiliations as well as schools, churches, iwi, hapū and whānau. However, they rarely attract focus in academic literature. While some publication has been made, ample opportunity for research, publication and display continues.

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