Nau mai! Haere mai! All are welcome
International Indigenous Research Conference: 15 - 18 November, 2016


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Conference Themes

Our November 2016 conference will be structured around Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga's key research themes for the next five years;

  • Whai Rawa – Prosperous Indigenous Economies
  • Te Tai Ao – Healthy Natural Environments
  • Mauri Ora – Indigenous Human Flourishing
  • Mahi Auaha – Creative Indigenous Innovation  
  • Te Reo me Ngā Tikanga Māori – Thriving Indigenous Languages and Cultures

These five thematic areas and the conference itself will be supported and delivered through a programme of Te Reo me Ngā Tikanga Māori.

Provisional Conference Programme

  • Posted on: 30 June 2016
  • By: mhen010

Find below a copy of the 2016 International Indigenous Research Conference - Provisional Programme (updated 22 July)

Pre-Conference Workshops

Monday 13 November
Data Sovereignty Workshop
Food Sovereighty Workshop
Early Career Post-Graduate Workshop

2016 7th Biennial International Indigenous Research Conference

New Keynote Confirmed

  • Posted on: 6 April 2016
  • By: mhen010

Donna DeGennaro, Professor of Educational Technology at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and founder of the non-profit Unlocking Silent Histories (USH) has recently been confirmed as a keynote speaker at this years NPM International Indigenous Research Conference.

Donna joins Professor Sir Mason Durie, Justice Joe Williams and Professor Kyle Powys Whyte ( Michigan State University) as one of a number of internationally recognised presenters at our November conference. 

How to Write an Abstract

  • Posted on: 5 February 2016
  • By: mhen010

How to write an abstract

Most academic or scholarly journals and conferences (as well as a wide range of other publications and grant applications) require the writer to provide an abstract of their paper/presentation. This is arguably the most important section and often it is all that most of the audience will ever read. Here we refer to abstracts for papers, but these also apply to abstracts for conference papers or presentations.

What is an abstract?

Previous Conferences

Previous Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM) conferences have been held in Auckland to wide acclaim - highlighting not only our mutual indigeneity, but also the multidisciplinary approach that is essential for indigenous development.