Me aro ki te hā o Hine-ahu-one.
Pay heed to the dignity and power of women.
I tēnei tau, kei te kawe rangahau a Te Wāhanga - NZCER hei tautoko i ngā wāhine kua tū hei kaihautū, kei te hiahia rānei kia pērā, i roto i ngā kura tuarua, wharekura, kura ā-rohe rānei, i ngā horopaki kaupapa Māori, arareo Ingarihi hoki. Kua whakarewaina ēnei rangahau e Te Wehenga Rua (PPTA) kia mōhiotia ai me pēwhea tā rātou tautoko i ngā wāhine Māori katoa ki te eke ki ō rātou taumata tūmanako hautū.
E whai ana tā mātou uiuinga kia kitea he whakautu ki te pātai rangahau torowhānui,
Me pēhea te tautoko ngā wāhine Māori i roto i ngā kura tuarua, wharekura, kura ā-rohe rānei, i ngā horopaki kaupapa Māori, arareo Ingarihi, i roto i ō rātou moemoeā hautū?
E toru ngā pātai whāiti o roto i te kaupapa:
- Tokohia ngā wāhi Māori kei ngā tūranga hautū, kei hea hoki rātou i Aotearoa?
- He pēhea te tautuhi i te ariā hautūtanga e ngā wāhine Māori?
- He aha ngā whakaritenga e tutuki ai ngā wawata hautū o ngā wāhine Māori?
Inā ā mātou ara kohikohi raraunga:
- He uiuinga poto ki ngā wāhine Māori katoa
- He uiuinga ki ētahi wāhine Māori e noho nei hei kaihautū, e hiahia ana rātou kia eke ki ngā taumata hautū.
Mehemea he pātai āu mō te uiuinga, whakapā mai ki a Keita Durie, (kaihautū takirua mō te kaupapa) ki firstname.lastname@example.org .
In 2023, Te Wāhanga - NZCER is conducting research to support Māori women who are, or who aspire to be leaders in Wharekura and Kura ā-rohe, and English-medium secondary and area schools. This research has been commissioned by the PPTA to find out how they can support all wāhine Māori to achieve their leadership aspirations.
Our research aims to answer the overarching research question,
How can wāhine Māori in Wharekura, Kura ā-rohe, and English-medium secondary and area schools be supported in their leadership aspirations?
The three sub-research questions are:
- How many wāhine Māori are in leadership positions and where in Aotearoa are they located?
- How is leadership defined by wāhine Māori?
- What conditions support wāhine in their leadership aspirations?
We are collecting data in the following ways:
- A short survey for all wāhine Māori in Māori and English medium secondary and area schools
- Interviews with up to 30 wāhine Māori who are leaders or who aspire to be leaders.
If you have any questions about the research please contact Keita Durie (Project Co-Leader) at email@example.com