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      160   Report                   ACC                  ACC                                      2005
      163   Report                   ACC                  ACC/Clemenger BBDO                       2004
      150   Report                   Akroyd               Shaun Akroyd;Suaree Borell               2005
       77   Report                                        Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand2004
                                     Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand
       78   Report                                        Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand2005
                                     Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand
       93   Report                                        Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand2006
                                     Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand
       11   Journal Article          Boulton                                                       2004
                                                          Amohia Boulton;Kiri Simonsen;Tai Walker;Jacqueline Cumming;Ch
       81   Electronic Article       Bramley                                                       2005
                                                          Dale Bramley;Tania Riddell;Robyn Whittaker;Tim Corbett;Ruey-Bin
       48   Unused 2                 Brewin               Marilyn Brewin;Carolyn Coggan            1999
       12   Journal Article          Brewin               Marilyn Brewin;Carolyn Coggan            2004
       16   Unused 2                 Burke                Kym Burke                                2004
       67   Conference Proceedings   Cameron              Graham Cameron                      2004a
       66   Conference Proceedings   Cameron              Graham Cameron                      2004b
       68   Report                   Cameron              Graham Cameron                           2005
      141   Report                                        Capital & Board                     [2002]
                                     Capital & Coast District Health Coast District Health Board
      175   Conference Proceedings   Catt                 Helena Catt;Peter Northcote              2006
      146   Report                   Coggan                                                        2003
                                                          Carolyn Coggan;Sara Bennett;Pam Patterson;Helen Borne
       47   Unused 2                 Coggan               Carolyn Coggan;Marilyn Brewin            1999
       46   Unused 2                 Coggan               Carolyn Coggan;Jean Simpson              2000
        5   Book                     Collie               Carmen Collie                            2002
      169   Report                   Colmar Brunton       Colmar Brunton                           2005
       35   Unused 2                                      Community-Government Relationship Steering Group
                                     Community-Government Relationship Steering Group              2002
      171   Journal Article          Comrie               Margie Comrie;Annemarie Gillies;Mary Day 2002
       76   Report                                        Controller
                                     Controller and Auditor General and Auditor General            2006
      158   Report                   Cram                 Fiona Cram;Matewiki Karehana;Suzanne1999   Pitama
      110   Unused 2                                      C
                                     Creative New Zealand reative New Zealand                      2000
      165   Report                   de Bonnaire          Corrine de Bonnaire;Jane Falloon         2000
      156   Report                   de Bonnaire                                                   2005
                                                          Corrine de Bonnaire;Katrina Fryer;Matirita Fryer;Gerardene Waldro
      164   Report                   de Bonnaire                                                   2000
                                                          Corrine de Bonnaire;Emanuel Kalafatelis;Nicola Paul
       21   Unused 2                                      Department of Internal Affairs
                                     Department of Internal Affairs                                2003
       15   Book                     Donovan              Rob Donovan;Nadine Henley                2003
      136   Edited Book              Drage                Joan Drage                               2002
      138   Book                     Durie                Mason Durie                              1998
       82   Journal Article          Durie                Mason Durie                              1999
      139   Book                     Durie                Mason Durie                              2001
       87   Unused 2                 Durie                                                         2002
                                                          Mason Durie;Eljon Fitzgerald;Te Kani Kingi;Sheridan McKinley;Bren
       44   Unused 2                 Dyson                Ruth Dyson                               2004
      132   Book                     Earthquake CommissionEarthquake Commission               n.d.
      151   Unused 2                 Electoral Commission Electoral Commission                     2004
       72   Unused 2                 Electoral Commission Electoral Commission                2005a
       71   Unused 2                 Electoral Commission Electoral Commission                2005b
      122   Unused 2                 Electoral Commission Electoral Commission                     2006
       39   Report                   Ellis                Riri Ellis                               2004
       50   Unused 2                                      Environment Bay of Plenty
                                     Environment Bay of Plenty                                     2006
       52   Unused 2                 Environment SouthlandEnvironment Southland                    2003
       51   Unused 2                 Environment SouthlandEnvironment Southland               n.d.
      131   Report                                        Far
                                     Far North District CouncilNorth District Council              2004
       74   Thesis                   Farrell              Jeff Farrell                             2005
      166   Report                   Fryer                                                         2006
                                                          Katrina Fryer;Matirita Fryer;Emanuel Kalafatelis
      149   Report                   Fryer                Katrina Fryer;Emanuel Kalafatelis        2006
127   Report                   Fryer                 Mati Fryer;Emanuel Kalafatelis          2002
155   Report                   Fryer                                                   2002a
                                                     Mati Fryer;Emanuel Kalafatelis;Pete McMillen;Kathleen Murrow;Sha
157   Report                   Fryer                                                   2002b
                                                     Mati Fryer;Emanuel Kalafatelis;Kathleen Murrow;Pete McMillen;Sha
104   Journal Article          Gibson                John Gibson                             2002
 69   Report                                         Gravitas Research
                               Gravitas Research and Strategy Limited and Strategy Limited 2003
 94   Unused 2                                       Gravitas Research
                               Gravitas Research and Strategy Limited and Strategy Limited 2005
148   Report                   Haimona               Mark Haimona                            2006
 90   Report                                         Hauraki District Council
                               Hauraki District Council                                n.d.
137   Book Section             Hayward               Janine Hayward                          2002
 65   Edited Book              Hayward               Janine Hayward                          2003
 22   Unused 2                                       Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand2002 i te Hauora o Aotea
                                                                                              - ake
                               Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand - Runanga Whakapiki Runanga Whakapiki ake
 23   Report                                         Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand - ake i te Hauora o Aotea
                                                                                       n.d.
                               Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand - Runanga Whakapiki Runanga Whakapiki ake
 49   Unused 2                                       Health
                               Health Sponsorship Council Sponsorship Council          n.d.
 59   Conference Proceedings   Herewini              Moana Herewini                          2004
 43   Report                   Hohepa                Margie Hohepa;Kuni Jenkins              2004
 62   Report                   Hoskins               Rau Hoskins;Linda Smith;Jason De Santolo2001
 99   Report                                         Injury Centre
                               Injury Prevention ResearchPrevention Research Centre          2002
114   Report                   James                                                         2002
                                                     Bev James;Kay Saville-Smith;Ruth Fraser;Kim Workman
111   Report                                         James
                               James Barnes & Associates Barnes & Associates                 2001
145   Report                   Johnson               Mark Johnson;Dimitry Kazakov;Liam Hickey2006
101   Report                   Kaahu Communications  Kaahu Communications                    2005
159   Report                   Kahui Tautoko Ltd Kahui Tautoko Ltd                           2005
  3   Report                   Kalafatelis                                                   2004
                                                     Emanuel Kalafatelis;Mark Johnson;Michelle Simpson-Edwards
  8   Report                   Kerslake Hendricks Anne Kerslake Hendricks;Radha Balakrishnan 2005
103   Report                                         Kia Mäia Bicultural Communications
                               Kia Mäia Bicultural Communications                            1999
 24   Report                   King                  Annette King;Tariana Turia        2002a
 33   Unused 2                 King                  Annette King;Tariana Turia        2002b
117   Report                   Kipa                  Medadane Kipa                     [2000]
 64   Unused 2                 Knox                  Wayne Knox                              2004
121   Report                                         K
                               Kowhai Consulting Ltdowhai Consulting Ltd                     2005
118   Report                   KPMG                  KPMG                                    1998
100   Conference Proceedings   Lambert               Hoani Jeremy Lambert;Rangi Pouwhare 2005
125   Unused 2                 Local Futures         Local Futures                           2005
115   Report                                         Local Government New Zealand
                               Local Government New Zealand                                  2004
 60   Conference Proceedings   Love                  Ngatata Love                            2004
105   Electronic Book          Maharey               Steve Maharey;Paul Swain                2000
 54   Unused 2                 Manukau City Council  Manukau City Council                    2002
 63   Unused 2                 Manukau City Council  Manukau City Council                    2004
 55   Unused 2                 Manukau City Council  Manukau City Council                    2005
 56   Unused 2                 Manukau City Council  Manukau City Council                    2006
142   Report                                         Mäori
                               Mäori Partnership Board Partnership Board                     2005
 98   Journal Article          Maringi               Patricia Maringi;Gina Johnston          1992
153   Report                   Masters               Bridgette Masters                       2000
 58   Unused 2                 McDermott Miller LtdMcDermott Miller Ltd                      2001
 86   Unused 2                 McFarlane-Nathan Garry McFarlane-Nathan                       1999
 27   Unused 2                 McGachie              Cathy McGachie;Kirsten Smith            2003
 80   Unused 2                 McIntosh              T McIntosh                              2003
 18   Unused 2                                       Ministry
                               Ministry for the Environment for the Environment              2005
 20   Unused 2                                       Ministry
                               Ministry for the Environment for the Environment        [2000]
119   Report                                          Affairs
                               Ministry of ConsumerMinistry of Consumer Affairs              2002
  4   Electronic Source                               Affairs
                               Ministry of ConsumerMinistry of Consumer Affairs              2003
120   Report                                          Affairs
                               Ministry of ConsumerMinistry of Consumer Affairs        n.d.
 41   Unused 2            Ministry of EducationMinistry of Education                   1999
 40   Unused 2            Ministry of EducationMinistry of Education                   2000
173   Unused 2            Ministry of EducationMinistry of Education                   2005
152   Unused 2            Ministry of EducationMinistry of Education                   2006
 17   Unused 2            Ministry of Health    Ministry of Health                     1997
 73   Unused 2            Ministry of Health    Ministry of Health                2003a
147   Report              Ministry of Health    Ministry of Health                2003b
 31   Unused 2            Ministry of Health    Ministry of Health                2004a
 32   Unused 2            Ministry of Health    Ministry of Health                2004b
124   Report              Ministry of Health    Ministry of Health                     2005
 84   Book                Ministry of Health    Ministry of Health                [1996]
 25   Report              Ministry of Justice Ministry of Justice                      2001
168   Report              Ministry of Justice Ministry of Justice/Te Puni Kökiri       2006
135   Unused 2                                  Ministry of
                          Ministry of Social Development Social Development            2003
170   Report                                    Ministry of
                          Ministry of Social Development Social Development            2004
 36   Unused 2                                  Ministry of                            2004
                          Ministry of Social Development Social Development and the Centre for Social Research
123   Book                Ministry of Transport Ministry of Transport                  1996
 28   Unused 2                                  Ministry of Youth Affairs
                          Ministry of Youth Affairs                                    2003
 97   Report              Moewaka Barnes                                               1996
                                                Helen Moewaka Barnes;Sally Casswell;Tipa Compain;Anaru Waa;C
  7   Unused 2            Moewaka Barnes        Helen Moewaka Barnes;Mervyl McPherson  2003
102   Report              Nativeworks Group Ltd Nativeworks Group Ltd                  2005
 96   Unused 2            Nelson City Council Nelson City Council                      2006
 45   Unused 2                                  Parliamentary Commissioner             1998
                          Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment for the Environment
176   Unused 2            Perese                Lana Perese;Maria Bellringer;Max Abbott2005
 30   Unused 2            Pitama                Di Pitama;George Ririnui;Ani Mikaere 2002
 61   Report              Roen                  Katrina Roen;Michael Lloyd             2002
 85   Report              Ropiha                Daphne Ropiha                          1994
 89   Unused 2            Schwanen                                                     2005
                                                Anni Schwanen;Bridgette Masters-Awatere;Andrew Duirs;Joline He
109   Journal Article     Simmons               David Simmons;Judith Voyle, A.         2003
 26   Report              Singh                 Debbie Singh;Clem White                2000
116   Report              Stanley               Paul Stanley;Sally Casswell            1996
 38   Unused 2                                  State Services Commission
                          State Services Commission                                    2003
106   Unused 2                                  State Services Commission
                          State Services Commission                                    2004
 10   Electronic Source                         State Services Commission
                          State Services Commission                                    2005
 34   Unused 2                                  State Services Commission
                          State Services Commission                               n.d.
133   Report              Statistics New ZealandStatistics New Zealand                 2006
112   Book Section        Sullivan              Ann Sullivan                           2003
108   Report              Tahana Limited        Tahana Limited                         2005
144   Report              Tait                  Bella Tait                             2006
 91   Report                                    Taranaki Regional Council
                          Taranaki Regional Council                                    2005
 95   Report              Tauranga City         Tauranga City                          2006
 42   Electronic Source   Taylor                Alison Taylor;Kayleen Katene;Sue Turner2003
143   Unused 2            Te Puni Kökiri        Te Puni Kökiri                         1999
162   Report              Te Puni Kökiri        Te Puni Kökiri                    2001a
140   Book                Te Puni Kökiri        Te Puni Kökiri                    2001b
161   Report              Te Puni Kökiri        Te Puni Kökiri                    2001c
113   Report              Te Puni Kökiri        Te Puni Kökiri                    2004a
130   Report              Te Puni Kökiri        Te Puni Kökiri                    2004b
 88   Unused 2            Te Puni Kökiri        Te Puni Kökiri                         2006
167   Report              Te Puni Kökiri        Te Puni Kökiri                    n.d.
 53   Electronic Source                         o Tangata o te Ika o Te Upoko o te Ika2000
                                                                                         a Maui/Wellington Region
                          Te Tangata Whenua TeTe UpokoWhenua a Maui/Wellington Regional Council
 29   Unused 2                                  Teorongonui Josie
                          Teorongonui Josie Keelan & Associates Keelan & Associates 2002
172   Unused 2                                Tertiary Education Commission
                          Tertiary Education Commission                            2004
126   Unused 2            The Treasury        The Treasury                         2001
 57   Unused 2            Thomas              Piki Thomas;Kay Rayner;Moira Moroney 2000
154   Report              Tunks               Megan Tunks                          2000
134   Unused 2            Vowles              Jack Vowles;Helena Catt              2006
 92   Report                                  Waikato District Council
                          Waikato District Council                                 2006
 83   Journal Article     Walker              Peter Walker                         2004
129   Unused 2            Walker              Tai Walker                           2006
174   Report              Wereta              Harold Wereta                        2005
  6   Electronic Source   Wilson              Nick Wilson                          2004
 14   Journal Article     Wilson              N Wilson;M Grigg;L Graham;G Cameron2005
128   Book Section        Winitana            Te Rangi Winitana                    2002
Title
Guidelines on Mäori cultural competencies for providers
Encouraging Mäori to claim their entitlements: Qualitative investigation
Project to assist the future development of the Te Mana campaign: Research exploring the motivators and barriers for hard to r
Hui Whakakotahi 2004: 16 - 18 February 2004: Te Papa-i-oura and Tunohopu Marae Rotorua
Planning for alcohol in the community: Local government toolkit
Te Piringätahi: He tohu wairua
Indigenous participation in the 'new' New Zealand health structure
Smoking cessation using mobile phone text messaging is as effective in Maori as non-Maori
Tai Rawhiti CIPP formative evaluation report development phase
Evaluation of the Ngati Porou Community Injury Prevention Project
Engaging with communities over outcomes: A review of innovative approaches to meeting the LGA 2002 challenge of identifyin
Evidence in an indigenous world
Whole population services: Evaluating their impact on Mäori
He Ara Oranga: Pretesting
Maori health strategy: Te Plan 2002-2007
Prompting participation: Can a personalised message to the newly enrolled have an impact on turnout?
The ACC ThinkSafe Community Projects: Formative evaluation
Process and impact evaluation of the implementation phase of the Turanganui a Kiwa Community Injury Prevention Project
Policy implications: Pilot community injury prevention projects
Strengthening community action on alcohol
Service delivery strategy development for the Maori Customer Group
He waka kotuia: Joining together on a shared journey
The Mäori Electoral Option campaign: Problems of measuring success
The Treasury: Capability to recognise and respond to issues for Mäori
He Oranga Poutama: Third year evaluation report
A survey of Mäori arts participation: Tirohanga ki te iwi Mäori kei roto i ngä toi Mäori
Increasing electoral (re)enrolment among New Zealanders: Adult segment
Te Mana Information Programme update: Te Mana whänau strategy
Increasing electoral enrolment among young New Zealanders
The "LG Knowhow" seminar workshops: Mäori provisions of the Local Government Act 2002
Social marketing: Principles and practice
Empowering communities? Representation and participation in New Zealand's local government
Whaiora: Mäori health development
Te Pae Mahutonga: A model for Maori health promotion
Mauri ora: The dynamics of Mäori health
Mäori specific outcomes and indicators
Action Plan for New Zealand women
Easy ways to quake safe your home: He ara ngäwari kia whakamaua tö käinga, mehemea ka whakarue te whenua
Establishing a Mäori electoral research agenda: Record of proceedings, Hui 26/11/04
Briefing to the incoming Minister
Strategic plan 2004 - 11
Mäori Electoral Option e-panui volume 1, numbers 1 - 5
Enhancing Maori wellbeing through a critical engagement with social marketing: Tauranga Moana speaks out
The ten year plan 2006 - 2016
The charter of understanding: He huarahi mö ngä uri whakatupu (A pathway for the generations coming through)
Consultation with iwi
Tangata whenua values and perspectives
Mäori tribal governance arrangements and their relevance to local government
Final report [Draft]: Evaluation of community engagement hui
Te Mana Information Programme: Report on phase 19 (April-June 2006)
Road safety campaign targeting rural Mäori tane drivers: Monitor 1
Whakaaro Mätauranga: Evaluation: Volume 1 - Findings
Whakaaro Mätauranga: Evaluation: Volume 2 - Reference report
The digital divide in New Zealand: The position of Maori and Pacific peoples
Second hand smoke TVC concept testing - domestic settings
Quality of life in New Zealand's largest cities - residents' survey
Kia Maanu, Kia Ora - Stay Afloat, Stay Alive: A water safety message for Maori in Aotearoa
Consultation policy
Getting beyond 'consultation': The Treaty challenge for local government
Local government and the Treaty of Waitangi
TUHA-NZ: A Treaty understanding of hauora in Aotearoa-New Zealand
Nga Kaiakatanga Hauora mo Aotearoa - Health Promotion Competencies for Aotearoa-New Zealand
Marketing social change
Sustaining relationships with Mäori: A case study
The evaluation of Te Pütahitanga Mätauranga: Final report
Interventions in Mäori house fire mortality rates through innovations in healthy Mäori housing solutions
Evaluation of the Turanganui-a-kiwa Community Injury Prevention Project
Local government relationships with Mäori: Ngä hono i waenganui i ngä tari käwanatanga ä-rohe me te Mäori
The relationship between local government and iwi/Maori
Final report: 2006 Census follow-up research into public attitudes
Responsiveness and effectiveness for internal stocktake: Final report
He Oranga Poutama monitoring and evaluation baseline report
Identifying consumers 'at risk': Benchmark survey of consumer credit behaviour & knowledge
Review of parenting programmes
Report on communicating retirement information to Mäori for the Office of the Retirement Commissioner
He Korowai Oranga: Mäori Health Strategy
Whakatätaka: Mäori Health Action Plan 2002-2005
The role of kapa haka in promoting alcohol abstention or consumption: A 1999/2000 summer studentship for Te Kaunihera Wh
Waitakere City Maori community research report
Nga Iwi o Tainui: Long term community planning: Meeting with councils: Hopuhopu 12 May 2005
The impact of alcohol advertising and alcohol moderation messages on Mäori: A report commissioned by the Alcohol Advisory
When communicating with Maori really counts: The 2004 District Health Board elections
Local government consultation and engagement with Mäori
Local authority engagement with Mäori: Survey of current council practices
Sustaining relationships with Maori
Closing the digital divide
Tiriti o Waitangi: Treaty of Waitangi toolbox
Strategic plan: Tiriti o Waitangi: Implementing Te Tiriti o Waitangi into the core business of Manukau City Council
Annual plan 2005 - 2008
Frequently asked questions
Maori Partnership Board annual report 2005
Enabling, encouraging or empowering?: Maori members on school boards of trustees
Researching the process of Auahi Kore for marae
Scoping a social marketing programme for fire safety research in the community
FReMO - Framework for reducing Maori offending
Youth participation case studies: A collection of six case studies highlighting the benefits of youth participation to organisations
Kanohi ki te kanohi: Face to face, local government and Maori
Effective participation in resource consent processes: A guide for tangata whenua
Talking constructively: A practical guide for iwi, hapu and whänau on building agreements with local authorities
How Mäori women best receive information: A follow up report by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs
Creating confident consumers: Background papers to the report: "The role of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs in a dynamic mo
Addressing Mäori responsiveness - a manual for staff
Consultation and engagement with Maori: Guidelines for the Ministry of Education
Better relationships for better learning: Guidelines for boards of trustees and schools on engaging with Mäori parents, whänau,
Mäori Education Strategy
Factsheet: Iwi Ministry Partnerships
Kawe Körero: Guidelines for communicating with Mäori
Evaluation of culturally appropriate smoking cessation programme for Mäori women and their whänau: Aukati Kai Paipa 2000
A guide to developing health promotion programmes in primary health care settings
Ko tätou: Building and maintaining relationships with Mäori: A guide for District Health Boards
Whiringa: Profiles of formal DHB/Mäori relationship models and indicative success factors report
New Zealand intersectoral initiatives for improving the health of local communities, 2005: An updated literature review examinin
He tätai i te ara: Determining the path: Guidelines for developing Mäori health education resources
He hïnätore ki te ao Mäori: A glimpse into the Mäori world: Mäori perspectives on justice
Crown-Mäori Relationship Instruments: Guidelines and advice for government and state sector agencies
Mosaics: Whakaähua papariki: Key findings and good practice guide for regional co-ordination and integrated service delivery
Nga ara tohutohu rangahau Mäori: Guidelines for research and evaluation with Mäori
Whänau Development Project: Final evaluation report
Me Penapena: He Täpiritanga (Partnership Response: An Addition)
Keepin' it real: A resource for involving young people
Uru Atu: Community action to reduce alcohol related traffic injury among Maori: Process/impact evaluation report on WHANAU
Maori smoker and whanau response to "It's about whanau" television commercials
Retirement Commission: Cultural communication audit report
Long term council community plan 2006 - 2016
Kaitiakitanga and local government: Tangata whenua participation in environmental management
Literature review to inform social marketing objectives and approaches, and behaviour change indicators, to prevent and minim
Guardianship, custody and access: Mäori perspectives and experiences
Vulnerability and the translation of safety knowledge
Kia whai te maramatanga: The effectiveness of health messages for Maori
Evaluation of the Auahi Kore Marae Programme at Northland Health
Reaching hard-to-reach, high-risk populations: Piloting a health promotion and diabetes disease prevention programme on an u
Rapua te huarahi tika - Searching for solutions: A review of research about effective interventions for reducing offending by indi
Poupoutahi: Community action to reduce alcohol related traffic injury among Maori: A collaborative project. Final progress repo
Pathfinder: Guidance on outcomes focused management: Building block 3: Intervention logic
Achieving e-government 2004: A report on progress towards the New Zealand E-government strategy
Guidance for designing needs based policies and programmes
Participation through e-government: The context
2006 Census e-pänui
Mäori representation in local government
Waitakere City Council trienniel representation review: Maori views regarding Maori wards, voting system, review of representa
Tangata whenua & Maori: Communications & consultation guide: June 2006
Background to Te Putahitanga o Taranaki
Fact sheet: Tauranga Moana Tangata Whenua Collective
Mental health promotion in Aotearoa New Zealand from a national and indigenous health perspective: Abridged paper presente
Evaluation for Mäori: Guidelines for government agencies
Follow up review of the Accident Compensation Corporation's service delivery to Mäori
He tirohanga ö kawa ki te Tiriti o Waitangi: A guide to the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi as expressed by the Courts and th
New Zealand Government consultation with Mäori: 1990 - 2001
Industry New Zealand's BIZtraining programme for Mäori
Review of the Bay of Plenty District Health Board: Strategic relationships with Mäori
Te kotahitanga o te whakahaere rawa: Mäori and council engagement under the Resource Management Act 1991
Overview report on the Te Puni Kokiri Capacity Building Programme evaluation
The charter of understanding between Te Tangata Whenua o Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui and Wellington Regional Council
E tipu e rea: A framework for taiohi Mäori development
Strategy for the Tertiary Education Commission: Working with Mäori 2004-07
Reducing Mäori and Pacific inequalities
Determining effective fire safety strategies for Mäori: Bay-Waikato Fire Region
Auahi Kore and kapa haka: Report prepared for the Health Sponsorship Council
Understanding of MMP and attitudes towards MMP and democracy: From NZES Post-election survey 2005
Nga korero hou
Partnership models within a Maori social-service provider
Whänau is whänau
Meningococcal B campaign: Maori health provider collaborative model
The impact of television advertising campaigns on calls to the New Zealand Quitline: A report prepared for The Quit Group
The effectiveness of television advertising campaigns on generating calls to a national Quitline by Mäori
Community-based poisoning prevention project: Health promotion in partnership
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ACC
Clemenger BBDO
Akroyd Research & Evaluation
Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand
Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand
Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand


Injury Prevention Research Centre, University of Auckland.

Local Government New Zealand


[The Quit Group]
Capital & Coast District Health Board

Injury Prevention Research Centre
Injury Prevention Research Centre, University of Auckland
Injury Prevention Research Centre, University of Auckland.
Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand
Colmar Brunton
Ministry of Social Development

Controller and Auditor General
International Research Institute for Mäori and Indigenous Education, The University of Auckland
Creative New Zealand
BRC Marketing & Social Research
BRC Marketing & Social Research
BRC Marketing & Social Research
Department of Internal Affairs
IP Communications
Victoria University Press
Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press
Te Pütahi a Toi, School of Mäori Studies, Massey University
Ministry of Women's Affairs
Earthquake Commission
Electoral Commission
Electoral Commission
Electoral Commission

Riri Ellis
Environment Bay of Plenty
Environment Southland
Environment Southland
Far North District Council
Victoria University of Wellington
Research New Zealand
Research New Zealand
BRC Marketing & Social Research
BRC Marketing & Social Research
BRC Marketing & Social Research

[The Quit Group]
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Hauraki District Council
Victoria University Press
Oxford University Press
Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand - Runanga Whakapiki ake i te Hauora o Aotearoa
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Health Sponsorship Council

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Injury Prevention Research Centre
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Research New Zealand
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Families Commission
Kia Mäia Bicultural Communications
Ministry of Health
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Waitakere City Council
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Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand

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Ministry of Youth Affairs
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Ministry for the Environment

Ministry of Consumer Affairs
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Learning Media
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Ministry of Transport
Ministry of Youth Affairs
Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit, University of Auckland
Whariki Research Group/SHORE Research Group, Massey University
[Retirement Commission]
Nelson City Council
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment
Auckland University of Technology
Ministry of Justice
New Zealand Fire Service Commission
Ministry of Health
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Statistics New Zealand
Oxford University Press
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Tauranga City

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Te Puni Kökiri
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Te Puni Kökiri
Te Puni Kökiri
Te Puni Kökiri
Te Puni Kökiri
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Determining the path
ACC         These guidelines have been developed to assist providers
            This extensive PowerPoint presentation was prepared for
            This research was commissioned to assist in the developm
Ministry of Education
ALAC        The report of a hui that brought together 150 - 200 Mäori a
ALAC        This toolkit aims to enable councils and communities to in
            This Council of New framework was developed to allow
Alcohol Advisorycultural conceptsZealand
            This paper presents preliminary evaluative findings from r
                                     http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/118
            Reports on the results of a randomised controlled trial of a
            An external evaluation http://www.health.auckland.ac.nz/ip
Injury Prevention Research Centreof the Tai Rawhiti Community Injur
            The two authors, from the Injury Prevention Research Cen
            Describes some innovative examples of local government
Local Government New Zealand http://www.lgnz.co.nz/library/files/st
Quit Group The author, from the Quit Group suggests quantitative res
Quit Group The author, from the Quit Group notes that, despite a rise
Quit Group The author, from the Quit Group, describes pretesting of a
            This document sets Capital & Coast District Health Board'
            The Electoral Commission undertook two experiments for
            This is a formative evaluation of the establishment of the A
            Evaluates the process http://www.health.auckland.ac.nz/ip
Injury Prevention Research Centreand impact of the Turanganui a kiw
            This report examines five New Zealand Community Injury
Injury Prevention Research Centrehttp://www.health.auckland.ac.nz/ip
ALAC        This 178 page resource is written for those working to fac
            Inland Revenue commissioned this research in order to as
            This report, produced http://www.ocvs.govt.nz/documents
Ministry of Social Development by the Community-Government Rel
            This article, by academics from Massey University, consid
            This is the General
Controller and Auditor report of a performance audit of the Treasury's
SPARC       He Oranga Poutama is an initiative that promotes Mäori s
            The findings             http://www.creativenz.govt.nz/resou
Creative New Zealand in this survey come from a survey of arts par
            Focusing on the
Electoral Enrolment Centre adult population over 21 years who are e
            The objectives of this report include to determine whether
Ministry of Education
            The primary objective of the Electoral Enrolment Centre is
Electoral Enrolment Centre
             of Internal Affairs     http://www.dia.govt.nz/Pubforms.N
DepartmentAn overview of feedback from participants in workshops fo
            This Australian book introduces and explains the principle
            This book discusses changes in local government over th
            This is the second edition of Professor Durie's book. He d
            The text of an address by Professor Mason Durie of Mass
            In this book, Professor Durie outlines the relevance of cult
            This                     http://www.tpk.govt.nz/publications
Te Puni Kokiri report was prepared for Te Puni Kökiri and identifies
            The Action Plan          http://www.mwa.govt.nz/news-and-
Ministry of Women's Affairs for New Zealand women is a five-year wh
             Commission
EarthquakeThis booklet was produced as part of a pilot programme w
            This hui was             http://www.elections.org.nz/uploads
Electoral Commission held at Waipapa Marae, University of Auckla
            The Electoral Commission's briefing to the incoming minis
Electoral Commission                 http://www.elections.org.nz/adminis
            The Electoral Commission's vision is that New Zealand‟s e
Electoral Commission                 http://www.elections.org.nz/adminis
            An electronic
Electoral Commission newsletter describing the activities, events a
                                     http://www.elections.org.nz/news.h
            Riri Ellis from the University of Waikato at Tauranga was f
            A Ten Year Plan          http://www.ebop.govt.nz/Ten-Year-
Environment Bay of Plenty that outlines what Environment Bay of Pl
            A charter between Environment Southland, Invercargill Cit
Environment Southland                http://www.es.govt.nz/documents/c
            A guide to consultation http://www.es.govt.nz/Publications/
Environment Southland                with iwi for those applying for reso
            This booklet aims to give residents of the Far North Distric
Far North District Council
                                     http://www.lgnz.co.nz/library/files/st
            A Master of Public Management Research paper by Jeff F
ACC         A Mäori Development & Customer Access Communicatio
            This report
Ministry of Education presents the results from an evaluation of the
             In January Authority
Land Transport Safety 2001, the Land Transport Safety Authority laun
             This report
Ministry of Education (see also Volume 2) presents the results of an
             This is a
Ministry of Educationreference document for Whakaaro Mätauranga:
             The author, from the University of Waikato Management S
Quit Group To assist with the development of a second-hand smoke c
                                      of their quality of life has been ass
             Residents‟ perceptions http://www.bigcities.govt.nz/surveys
             This paper was written and presented by Mark Haimona (
             The purpose
Hauraki District Council of this policy is to ensure a consistent approa
             Discusses the dominance of debates about consultation in
             This book is edited by a senior lecturer in New Zealand po
             This resource           http://www.hpforum.org.nz/Tuha-nz
Health Promotion Forum aims to help health promoters understand
             The competencies in this document aim to strengthen hea
Health Promotion Forum
             Details the role of     http://www.hsc.org.nz/pdfs/Mktg-So
Health Sponsorship Council the Health Sponsorship Council, and de
             A Council               http://www.lgnz.co.nz/events/confe
Manukau CityPowerPoint presentation by a senior policy analyst at M
             Presents
Ministry of Education findings from the evaluation of the development
             The authors of this report are
New Zealand Fire Service Commission from the International Resea
             A fact sheet reporting on the evaluation of the Turanganui
             This report was commissioned by Local Government New
Local Government New Zealand; Te Puni Kökiri
             A snapshot Zealand
Local Government Newof issues of concern to Mäori in local governm
             This report
Statistics New Zealandprovides the results from the 2006 Census foll
             An internal audit undertaken to assess the responsivenes
SPARC        He Oranga Poutama is a programme that aims to increas
             This survey research was undertaken by BRC Marketing &
             The Families Commission undertook this review at the req
Families Commission
             Commission
Retirement This report was commissioned by the Office of the Retirem
             The overall aim of this strategy is whänau ora - Mäori fam
Ministry of Health
             This is                  action plan. It describes what nee
Ministry of Health the Maori healthhttp://www.maorihealth.govt.nz/mo
             This report was written as part of summer studentship tha
             The aim of              http://www.waitakere.govt.nz/OurP
Waitakere City Councilthis report was to provide insights into the natu
             In May 2005
Environment Waikato Environment Waikato invited representative(
ALAC         This report presents the findings from focus group intervie
                                     http://www.socialmarketing.co.nz/s
             In 2001, when District Health Boards (DHBs) were first int
Local Futures                        http://www.localfutures.ac.nz/pdf/Lo
             Local Futures is a five year research project funded by the
             This report presents
Local Government New Zealandthe findings of a survey conducted in
                                     http://www.lgnz.co.nz/events/confe
             A PowerPoint presentation by Dr Ngatata Love of Victoria
                                     http://www.executive.govt.nz/minis
             Papers detailing the Government's work at the time of pub
             This toolbox            http://www.manukau.govt.nz/treaty
Manukau City Council is designed to support the Council to develop
             This strategic plan aims to strengthen the internal capacity
Manukau City Council                 http://www.manukau.govt.nz/docum
             This annual             http://www.manukau.govt.nz/annua
Manukau City Council plan contains plans and objectives for 2005 -
             Questions               http://www.manukau.govt.nz/docum
Manukau City Council and answers about Mäori involvement in local g
             Capital &
Capital & Coast DHB Coast DHB have formalised their relationship wi
             Discusses the education reforms of the late 1980 and thei
             This is an unpublished report prepared by an independent
Health Sponsorship Council
             The author (a Commissionhttp://www.fire.org.nz/research/rep
New Zealand Fire Servicefirm of strategic planning consultants) analy
              of Corrections         http://www.corrections.govt.nz/pub
DepartmentThis framework has been produced to guide the developm
             This Affairs            http://www.myd.govt.nz/Publication
Ministry of Youthreport provides Youth Affairs with information regardi
                                     http://www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/lpg/
             This academic research paper looks at the way that Mäor
             the guide is for        http://www.mfe.govt.nz/publications
Ministry for ThisEnvironmentwhänau, hapü, iwi, and other organisation
             the Environment         http://www.mfe.govt.nz/publications
Ministry for These guidelines are designed as a practical summary to
             In 2001, the Ministry of Consumer Affairs used focus grou
Ministry of Consumer Affairs
             These background        http://www.consumeraffairs.govt.nz
Ministry of Consumer Affairs papers include a literature review of th
             This extensive manual supports the Ministry of Consumer
Ministry of Consumer Affairs
             Information              http://www.minedu.govt.nz/GOTO/5
Ministry of Education and other tools to help Ministry of Education s
             These guidelines aim to help schools set up and maintain
Ministry of Education                 http://www.minedu.govt.nz/GOTO/4
             Ensuring                 http://www.minedu.govt.nz/goto/10
Ministry of Education the success of Mäori in education is a key priorit
             This 4 page              http://www.minedu.govt.nz/goto/73
Ministry of Education fact sheet describes how the Ministry sees its
             These                    developed by the Ministry of Health
Ministry of Health guidelines were http://www.moh.govt.nz/moh.nsf/0/
                                      programme providing nicotine repl
             An evaluation of a pilot http://www.moh.govt.nz/moh.nsf/0/
             This guide aims to assist Primary Health Organisations (P
Ministry of Health
             This is                  http://www.maorihealth.govt.nz/200
Ministry of Health a publication designed to assist District Health Boa
             Since                     the New Zealand Public Health an
Ministry of Health the enactment ofhttp://www.maorihealth.govt.nz/200
             This comprehensive report updates similar work done in 2
Ministry of Health
             A health
Ministry of Health promotion resource manual designed to assist th
             This is
Ministry of Justice a substantial (232 page) introductory guide to assis
             These guidelines were provided for this bibliography in dra
             This document describes good practice for government ag
Ministry of Social Development        http://www.msd.govt.nz/documents
             These guidelines were designed to assist staff from the C
Ministry of Social Development
             The Whänau Development Project piloted a devolved fund
Ministry of Social Development        http://www.msd.govt.nz/work-areas
             This resource is an expression of the Ministry of Transpor
Ministry of Transport
             The Ministry             http://www.myd.govt.nz/Publication
Ministry of Youth Affairs of Youth Affairs produced this resource to he
             The aim of the this collaborative project between Te Whän
                                      http://www.quit.org.nz/file/research
Quit Group This report by the Whariki/SHORE research group at Mas
             Commission
Retirement A study that looks at the Retirement Commission's "Sorte
Nelson CityEvery three years, Councils must present their plans for th
              Council                 http://www.nelsoncitycouncil.co.nz
                                      earlier investigation on guidelines f
             This study revisited an http://www.pce.govt.nz/reports/allre
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment
             This report provides an overview of gambling and other lit
             The objective of this research was to provide information o
Ministry of Justice
             The authors (from the School
New Zealand Fire Service Commission of Social and Cultural Studie
             This report aims to provide a practical and theoretical app
Ministry of Health
                                      http://wfass-trinity.fass.waikato.ac.n
             The aims of this evaluation were to examine the Auahi Ko
             Mäori and other indigenous peoples experience a high pre
             This Affairs
Ministry of Youthreport was written by Clem White of Arachna Consul
             The final formative evaluation report for the joint funded A
             Provides guidance         http://io.ssc.govt.nz/pathfinder/doc
State Services Commission for agencies integrating outcome inform
             The E-government         http://www.e.govt.nz/resources/res
State Services Commission Strategy shapes the way government a
             Written by the Ministerial Review Unit to provide guidance
State Services Commission             http://www.ssc.govt.nz/display/docu
             This paper discusses the environment in which e-governm
State Services Commission             http://www.e.govt.nz/policy/particip
             A series of
Statistics New Zealandelectronic pänui were published to report on de
             Discusses the representation of Mäori in local governmen
             A report on
Waitakere City Council consultation carried out with the Mäori commu
             This draft report aims to provide the staff of Rotorua Distri
Rotorua District Council
             Describes the background to the establishment and accom
Taranaki Regional Council
Tauranga CityA fact sheet that informs Tauranga City Council staff abou
             This presentation from http://www.mentalhealth.org.nz/pag
                                      staff of
Mental Health Foundation of New Zealandthe Mental Health Foundati
             These guidelines have http://www.tpk.govt.nz/publications
Te Puni Kökiri                        been developed to assist agencies
             An
Te Puni Kökiri initial review of ACC's service delivery to Mäori was co
             This guide was produced as a resource for policy analysts
             This
Te Puni Kökiri is an annotated bibliography of key documents that h
             This
Te Puni Kökiri is a report on the effectiveness audit of the BIZtrainin
             This
Te Puni Kökiri review of the Bay of Plenty District Health Board (DH
             This
Te Puni Kokiri case studies report looks at council engagement with
                                      http://www.tpk.govt.nz/publications
             Presents the findings of an impact evaluation of the Te Pu
Te Puni Kökiri
             The purpose of the charter is to develop a relationship of m
Greater Wellington                    http://www.gw.govt.nz/story_image
                                      http://www.myd.govt.nz/Publication
             E Tipu E Rea is a youth development activity kit for groups
           This strategy, released in June 2004, is the Tertiary Educa
Tertiary Education Commission http://www.tec.govt.nz/about_tec/st
                                   http://www.treasury.govt.nz/working
Treasury This paper draws on New Zealand and international evide
           This study aimed to understand why death by fire was mo
New Zealand Fire Service Commissionhttp://www.fire.org.nz/research/rep
           This is an unpublished report. The research used focus gr
Health Sponsorship Council
                                    survey found, among other things
           This post-2005 electionhttp://www.elections.org.nz/uploads
           A bilingual newsletter published every six months for key s
Waikato District Council
           The author, from the University of Otago, presents a case
           This small
Families Commission qualitative study into whänau was funded by the
                                   http://www.familiescommission.gov
           Describes a Mäori collaborative model developed by the M
                                   http://www.quit.org.nz/file/research
Quit Group The author, a public health physician in Wellington, exami
Quit Group Examines the effectiveness of four mass media campaign
           Reports on a health promotion project run by the Injury Pr
 e been developed to assist providers in improving access and delivering appropriate advice, care and treatment to Mäori claimants. The doc
  Point presentation was prepared for ACC by State of Mind, the strategic planning unit of Clemenger, BBDO. It reports on a qualitative resear
  mmissioned to assist in the development of the Te Mana campaign and to identify how best to engage effectively with “hard to reach” rangat
at brought together 150 - 200 Mäori alcohol and drug practitioners (kaimahi), Mäori communities and those working to reduce alcohol-related
nable councils and communities to include reducing local alcohol-related harm as a desirable outcome in their Long Term Council Communit
s framework was developed to allow Mäori drug and alcohol workers to practice within a Mäori context, based on Mäori cultural practices. Th
preliminary evaluative findings from research on key areas of concern to Mäori from the 2001 health system reforms. The authors (from Te P
     http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/118-1216/1494/
     http://www.health.auckland.ac.nz/ipc/pdf/cr41.pdf
m the Injury Prevention Research Centre, report on the evaluation of the Ngäti Porou Community Injury Prevention Project based in a rural dis
     http://www.lgnz.co.nz/library/files/store_005/CommunityOutcomesPaper.pdf
 Quit Group suggests quantitative research methodologies are often more highly valued, while experiential evidence is often used to provide
 Quit Group notes that, despite a rise in Māori service provision, the majority of Mäori access social services through whole population servic
 Quit Group, describes pretesting of a resource for Mäori callers to Quitline. The aim was to test the resource at the stage of development wh
Capital & Coast District Health Board's direction by identifying the actions it sees as necessary for the improvement of Mäori health.
 ssion undertook two experiments for the 2005 general election testing the efficacy of a message delivered directly to the newly enrolled to vo
  aluation of the establishment of the ACC ThinkSafe Community Projects within New Zealand. It includes discussion of the World Health Org
     http://www.health.auckland.ac.nz/ipc/pdf/cr34.pdf
     http://www.health.auckland.ac.nz/ipc/pdf/cr47.pdf
  ce is written for those working to facilitate community action around alcohol issues. It aims to stimulate and foster best practice in reducing a
missioned this research in order to assist them to develop a service delivery strategy for their Mäori customers. This particular research uses
     http://www.ocvs.govt.nz/documents/reports/he-waka-kotuia.pdf
 mics from Massey University, considers the Mäori Electoral Option campaign and its effectiveness as a communication campaign. They sug
   performance audit of the Treasury's capability to recognise and respond to issues for Mäori. The author concludes that Treasury is well plac
  is an initiative that promotes Mäori sporting and leisure activity as well as Mäori health and well-being more generally. A network of Kaiwhaka
     http://www.creativenz.govt.nz/resources/publications.html
    population over 21 years who are eligible to vote, this qualitative research study builds on a previous piece of qualitative research which seg
   report include to determine whether, and how, the current social and economic environment has impacted on the engagement of key target
    of the Electoral Enrolment Centre is to maximise the enrolment levels of New Zealanders who are eligible to vote. One group that has been
     http://www.dia.govt.nz/Pubforms.NSF/URL/LGAopportunities.pdf/$file/LGAopportunities.pdf
 introduces and explains the principles of social marketing, and illustrates the principles with examples of practical applications, particularly so
changes in local government over the last two decades. Specifically, it focuses on how these changes impacted on how individuals participat
  ition of Professor Durie's book. He documents progress in Mäori health development over the past century, focusing particularly on the last 1
  s by Professor Mason Durie of Massey University to the 1999 Health Promotion Forum conference, Health On The Move. In the presentation
or Durie outlines the relevance of culture, identity and socio-economic factors to health. The author considers Mäori psychology and its releva
     http://www.tpk.govt.nz/publications/research_reports/default.asp
     http://www.mwa.govt.nz/news-and-pubs/publications/action-plan.html
duced as part of a pilot programme with the Whanganui Iwi initiated by the Earthquake Commission. The programme is designed to encoura
     http://www.elections.org.nz/uploads/maori_electoral_research_hui_26_nov_04.doc
     http://www.elections.org.nz/administration/ec-bim-2005.html
     http://www.elections.org.nz/administration/ec-stratplan-04-11.html
     http://www.elections.org.nz/news.html
 versity of Waikato at Tauranga was funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand to produce this report. It considers the potential
     http://www.ebop.govt.nz/Ten-Year-Plan.asp#tenyearplan
     http://www.es.govt.nz/documents/council%20plans%20and%20reports/charter%20of%20understanding%20-%20november%202003.pdf
     http://www.es.govt.nz/Publications/factsheets.aspx?sm=c_f
give residents of the Far North District an understanding of the particular position that Mäori people occupy in the District. This is done in the
     http://www.lgnz.co.nz/library/files/store_012/Maori_Tribal_Governance_Arrangements_Their_Relevance_to_Local_Government.pdf
 t & Customer Access Communication Strategy has been developed in response to ACC‟s interest in ensuring Mäori have access to the ACC
  he results from an evaluation of the Te Mana Information Programme for phase 19 (April - June 2006). Results are based on interviews of 1
Land Transport Safety Authority launched a campaign specifically aimed at young Mäori rural tane, living and driving in rural areas of New Ze
 Volume 2) presents the results of an evaluation, commissioned by the Ministry of Education, to assess the impact of Whakaaro Mätauranga
ocument for Whakaaro Mätauranga: Evaluation: Volume 1 - Findings. This documents the results of all the main evaluation activity in two ma
 University of Waikato Management School, discusses the increasing role that information and communication technologies are playing in ev
velopment of a second-hand smoke campaign, seven television commercial concepts were tested with parents and caregivers who smoke w
   http://www.bigcities.govt.nz/surveys.htm
 n and presented by Mark Haimona (Water Safety Coordinator), at a Water Safety Conference held in Australia in 2006. It gives historical info
 olicy is to ensure a consistent approach to consultation across the Hauraki District Council. It is intended to comply with the consultation requ
ance of debates about consultation in relationships between local government and Mäori. However, the author suggests that a post-Treaty se
y a senior lecturer in New Zealand politics at the University of Otago. The contributors to the book discuss the relationships between Mäori an
   http://www.hpforum.org.nz/Tuha-nz.pdf
 this document aim to strengthen health promotion practice and training. They have been developed by the Health Promotion Forum in consu
   http://www.hsc.org.nz/pdfs/Mktg-Social-Change.pdf
   http://www.lgnz.co.nz/events/conference/2004/presentations.html
m the evaluation of the development and implementation of Te Pütahitanga Mätauranga (TPM), an education improvement and developmen
 port are from the International Research Institute for Mäori and Indigenous Research. They suggest that through Article 1 of the Treaty of W
  on the evaluation of the Turanganui-a-kiwa Community Injury Prevention Project, adopted from a World Health Organization safe communi
missioned by Local Government New Zealand and Te Puni Kökiri to improve understanding of the factors that make relationships work and to
 of concern to Mäori in local government prepared for the Ngä Matakokiri Mäori Hui for Mäori elected members, held in Manukau City in Sep
 he results from the 2006 Census follow-up research into public attitudes. The specific goal of the research was to provide Statistics New Zea
ertaken to assess the responsiveness and effectiveness of Environment Waikato for Mäori. The authors discuss what is working well, what c
 is a programme that aims to increase levels of physical activity amongst Mäori in Aotearoa. The need to measure the impact of the program
 was undertaken by BRC Marketing & Social Research to assist the Ministry of Consumer Affairs develop an information programme for whe
ssion undertook this review at the request of the Minister for Social Development and Employment. It provides an overview of government-fu
missioned by the Office of the Retirement Commissioner to provide a better understanding of its Mäori audience in order to review the approp
s strategy is whänau ora - Mäori families supported to achieve their maximum health and wellbeing. Three key threads are woven through th
   http://www.maorihealth.govt.nz/moh.nsf/menuma/Media+and+Publications-Publications
 n as part of summer studentship that aimed to give a young researcher an opportunity to develop some research skills. The report is based
   http://www.waitakere.govt.nz/OurPar/pdf/maoricommreport.pdf
ment Waikato invited representative(s) of tribal authorities' management boards within the Tainui waka region to a hui with representatives of
 he findings from focus group interviews among selected groups on the impact of alcohol advertising and alcohol moderation messages on M
   http://www.socialmarketing.co.nz/smconference2005/sm_conference2005_pres.html
   http://www.localfutures.ac.nz/pdf/Local%20Government%20and%20Maori%20(2).pdf
 he findings of a survey conducted in 2004 to identify current practices used by councils when working with or engaging Mäori. It is based on,
   http://www.lgnz.co.nz/events/conference/2004/presentations.html
   http://www.executive.govt.nz/minister/maharey/divide/
   http://www.manukau.govt.nz/treaty_toolbox/treatytb.htm
   http://www.manukau.govt.nz/documents/Te_Tiriti_o_Waitangi_9.pdf
   http://www.manukau.govt.nz/annualplan.htm
   http://www.manukau.govt.nz/documents/intro-maori-wards-faq.pdf
  have formalised their relationship with both representatives of mana whenua and taura here from their district through the formation of a Mä
 ion reforms of the late 1980 and their impact on the influence of Mäori on boards of trustees.
 d report prepared by an independent researcher for the Health Sponsorship Council. She describes qualitative research exploring issues rela
   http://www.fire.org.nz/research/reports/reports/Report_12.htm
   http://www.corrections.govt.nz/public/pdf/publications/fremo.pdf
   http://www.myd.govt.nz/Publications/youthdevelopment/youthparticipationcasestudiesyouth.aspx
   http://www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/lpg/paper6.pdf
   http://www.mfe.govt.nz/publications/treaty/
   http://www.mfe.govt.nz/publications/treaty/
of Consumer Affairs used focus groups to investigate how Mäori women receive and perceive information. The focus groups were held in W
   http://www.consumeraffairs.govt.nz/aboutus/review/background/index.html
al supports the Ministry of Consumer Affairs Responsiveness to Mäori Strategy and aims to build responsiveness into the everyday work of th
   http://www.minedu.govt.nz/GOTO/5531
   http://www.minedu.govt.nz/GOTO/4231
   http://www.minedu.govt.nz/goto/10448
   http://www.minedu.govt.nz/goto/7394
   http://www.moh.govt.nz/moh.nsf/0/89C40587C735330E4C2566780010F566
   http://www.moh.govt.nz/moh.nsf/0/50BE7BEA182BCB5BCC256D6C000C5408
 sist Primary Health Organisations (PHOs), working with communities and public health service providers, to develop health promotion progra
   http://www.maorihealth.govt.nz/2004/0,204,1767c60,400359.php
   http://www.maorihealth.govt.nz/2004/0,204,1767c60,400360.php
report updates similar work done in 2001 and reviews the results of studies examining the success and effectiveness of intersectoral initiative
 source manual designed to assist the development and production of effective health resources for Mäori. The aim of the resource is to acti
 232 page) introductory guide to assist those in the justice sector develop an understanding of traditional Mäori perspectives on justice. The r
 e provided for this bibliography in draft form. They provide advice on negotiating and drafting Crown-Mäori relationship Instruments (CMRI),
   http://www.msd.govt.nz/documents/publications/strategic-social-policy/mosaics.pdf
 e designed to assist staff from the Centre for Social Research and Evaluation and researchers contracted by the Ministry of Social Developm
   http://www.msd.govt.nz/work-areas/social-research/communities-hapu-iwi/whanau-development-project-evaluation-report.html
xpression of the Ministry of Transport's commitment to the partnership process with tangata whenua. The booklet content is in both te reo Mä
   http://www.myd.govt.nz/Publications/youthdevelopment/keepinitreal-ydsaparticipationguide.aspx
ollaborative project between Te Whänau o Waipareira Trust Board, Huakina Development Trust Board and the Alcohol & Public Health Rese
   http://www.quit.org.nz/file/research/publicationsAndPresentations/IAWreportSHORE_March03.pdf
 he Retirement Commission's "Sorted" brand and comments on the communication reach and effectiveness in relation to Mäori and Pacific
   http://www.nelsoncitycouncil.co.nz
   http://www.pce.govt.nz/reports/allreports/0_908804_83_0.shtml
an overview of gambling and other literature relevant to the development of social marketing objectives and approaches to prevent and minim
 esearch was to provide information on Mäori perspectives on guardianship, particularly in relation to custody and access. It also aimed to inv
e School of Social and Cultural Studies, Victoria University of Wellington) use interviews with New Zealand Fire Service (NZFS) employees to
 ovide a practical and theoretical approach to the development and implementation of health messages for Mäori delivered through a variety
   http://wfass-trinity.fass.waikato.ac.nz/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-4166/AKM%2520Evaluation%2520Report%2520_May05.pdf
 enous peoples experience a high prevalence of type 2 diabetes. This paper proposes that conventional approaches to prevention are insuffic
 n by Clem White of Arachna Consultants and Debbie Singh of the University of Auckland James Henare Mäori Research Centre. They use r
valuation report for the joint funded ACC and Health Research Council project, Evaluating community action to reduce alcohol related traffic i
    http://io.ssc.govt.nz/pathfinder/documents/pathfinder-BB3-intervention_logic.pdf
   http://www.e.govt.nz/resources/research/ready-access-2004/ready-access-2004.pdf
   http://www.ssc.govt.nz/display/document.asp?NavID=82&DocID=4936
   http://www.e.govt.nz/policy/participation/participation-0305
 pänui were published to report on developments with the 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings. The pänui include details on communic
 entation of Mäori in local government, including the use of ward and at-large electorates and a single plurality voting system. Includes discus
 on carried out with the Mäori community on behalf of Waitakere City Council. The purpose of the consultation was to obtain Mäori opinion on
  to provide the staff of Rotorua District Council with a process to initiate and implement effective consultation projects with Mäori in a timely a
 ound to the establishment and accomplishments of Te Putahitanga o Taranaki, a standing committee of the Taranaki Regional Council mad
 ms Tauranga City Council staff about the operation of the Tauranga Moana Tangata Whenua Collective. The Collective is an autonomous b
   http://www.mentalhealth.org.nz/page.php?p=86&fp=78&sp=
   http://www.tpk.govt.nz/publications/default.asp
CC's service delivery to Mäori was completed in 1997. This follow-up review looks at how ACC has addressed the key findings identified in th
 ced as a resource for policy analysts who are called upon to formulate policy and advise on the application of Treaty principles. The book ou
bibliography of key documents that have been produced as a result of consultation between the Crown and Mäori on health issues.
e effectiveness audit of the BIZtraining programme for Mäori administered by the then Industry New Zealand (now New Zealand Trade and E
 y of Plenty District Health Board (DHB) assesses the relationship between the DHB and Mäori at the governance level. The Bay Of Plenty DH
   http://www.tpk.govt.nz/publications/docs/resource_managemt.pdf
  of an impact evaluation of the Te Puni Kökiri Capacity Building Programme. Te Puni Kökiri assists röpü participating in the programme to un
   http://www.gw.govt.nz/story_images/470_charter_of_underst_s881.pdf
   http://www.myd.govt.nz/Publications/youthdevelopment/etipuerea.aspx
   http://www.tec.govt.nz/about_tec/strategy/maori/maori_strategy.htm
   http://www.treasury.govt.nz/workingpapers/2001/
   http://www.fire.org.nz/research/reports/reports/Report_2.htm
d report. The research used focus groups and key informant interviews to identify ways in which the Auahi Kore message can be extended w
   http://www.elections.org.nz/uploads/understanding_of_mmp_2005_-_nzes.pdf
 published every six months for key stakeholders to keep Mäori informed of current issues.
University of Otago, presents a case-study analysis of the partnership arrangements within a Mäori social service provider, Te Whänau Aroh
   http://www.familiescommission.govt.nz/download/blueskies-walker.pdf
llaborative model developed by the Mäori health provider workforce in MidCentral District Health Board to deliver the Meningococcal B immu
   http://www.quit.org.nz/file/research/publicationsAndPresentations/MediaStudyOfQuitline.pdf
 eness of four mass media campaigns on calls to a national Quitline by Mäori. The evaluation finds that these campaigns were effective and
 romotion project run by the Injury Prevention team at Regional Public Health (Hutt Valley Health) in partnership with local tangata whenua, T
 eatment to Mäori claimants. The document includes information about cultural considerations for Mäori and guidance on achieving complian
BDO. It reports on a qualitative research study commissioned to determine barriers to accessing health providers and ACC among Mäori. The
effectively with “hard to reach” rangatahi. The authors note that, while the campaign is currently seen as impacting effectively on the majority
ose working to reduce alcohol-related harm to Mäori. Presentations focused on leadership issues, including the role of leaders within the alco
n their Long Term Council Community Plans and District Plans. It provides best practice examples from a number of innovative councils, alon
based on Mäori cultural practices. The framework is based in tikanga and kawa, and upon traditional Mäori cultural concepts still relevant tod
 tem reforms. The authors (from Te Pumanawa Hauora at Massey University, the Ministry of Health and the Health Services Research Centr


Prevention Project based in a rural district with an extensive Mäori population. The main activities undertaken were road safety campaigns, al

 al evidence is often used to provide substance but not the foundations of evaluation and research. He points to the growth in fourth world (in
vices through whole population services. Consequently, whole population services have an obligation to provide services that benefit Māori, a
 urce at the stage of development where the illustrations, design and content had been drafted to establish cultural appropriateness, ease of
 provement of Mäori health.
 ed directly to the newly enrolled to vote, that encouraged them to vote. One sample group was sent items through the post while the other re
s discussion of the World Health Organization model of community injury prevention. It also includes case studies of 10 ThinkSafe projects a


and foster best practice in reducing alcohol-related harm by providing theory, strategy and skills. It is specifically designed for those new to th
omers. This particular research uses both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies to look at Mäori customer experiences with In

 communication campaign. They suggest that the Option challenges traditional assumptions about objective political communication.
r concludes that Treasury is well placed to respond to issues for Mäori, largely due to the ongoing support of senior staff to ensure that the ex
 ore generally. A network of Kaiwhakahaere throughout New Zealand are responsible for making He Oranga Poutama work within their respe

ece of qualitative research which segmented youth (i.e. 18-21 years) on the basis of the motivations and barriers to enrol. Both studies were
ted on the engagement of key target audiences with the Te Mana Information Programme. If it has impacted on the engagement of these au
ble to vote. One group that has been identified as having a significantly lower enrolment rate is that of young New Zealanders. This qualitativ

f practical applications, particularly social marketing campaigns with a health and social policy focus.
mpacted on how individuals participate in the process of government at community level. Contributors come from a range of backgrounds, in
ury, focusing particularly on the last 15 years. He considers past policies, health reforms, Mäori health leadership, and the major health prob
alth On The Move. In the presentation, he outlines a model for Mäori health promotion. He points to influences, such as the work of Maui Pom
 iders Mäori psychology and its relevance to those practitioners counselling Mäori clients or establishing mental health services for Mäori. Oth


e programme is designed to encourage iwi members to carry out earthquake mitigation in their homes. This has involved meetings and hui w




 this report. It considers the potential contribution of social marketing models to enhance Mäori health and wellbeing. Four case narratives ar

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 py in the District. This is done in the context of Mäori values and belief systems and within the framework of the principles of the Treaty of W
ce_to_Local_Government.pdf
suring Mäori have access to the ACC Scheme in a fair and equitable manner. The implementation of the Strategy has occurred in a number
Results are based on interviews of 150 rangatahi (aged 13 - 18) and 150 parents / caregivers of tamariki and rangatahi (aged 0 to 18).
g and driving in rural areas of New Zealand. Four areas were targeted: Northland, Waikato, Bay of Plenty and East Coast. Three months afte
 he impact of Whakaaro Mätauranga after 15 months of operation. The primary objectives were to determine to what extent the main program
 he main evaluation activity in two main sections: The Te Mana Information Programme and the pouwhakataki.
 cation technologies are playing in everyday life, with those who are unable to access these technologies being increasingly disadvantaged. H
parents and caregivers who smoke within the home. One finding was a concern for both Mäori and non-Mäori participants that the use of Mä

ustralia in 2006. It gives historical information on Mäori and Polynesian expertise in swimming, considers the high rates of drowning that Mäo
d to comply with the consultation requirements of the Local Government Act 2002. However, it does not cover the consultation and submissio
author suggests that a post-Treaty settlements environment demands new ways of thinking and acting at local government level. She looks
ss the relationships between Mäori and local government. Part 2 is of particular interest and discusses consultation, representation and the c

 he Health Promotion Forum in consultation with the workforce. The Health Promotion Forum see them as a tool for workers to critically refle


 ation improvement and development project aimed at raising Mäori student achievement levels in Te Taitokerau. The aim was to achieve th
 t through Article 1 of the Treaty of Waitangi, under 'kawanatanga', the Fire Service as a Crown agency is in a position to develop an organisa
d Health Organization safe community model for injury prevention. The project was developed within a holistic Mäori framework. For children
s that make relationships work and to share the information so that local authorities and iwi/Mäori can learn from what has gone before. This
embers, held in Manukau City in September, 2000. Issues relate to the review of the Local Government Act 1974 which was impending at the
 ch was to provide Statistics New Zealand with an understanding of the effectiveness of the 2006 Census communications campaign among
  discuss what is working well, what could work better and make recommendations on areas to target for improvement. Recommendations in
o measure the impact of the programme led to the development of an evaluation framework. This report contains the results of the first imple
 p an information programme for when the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act took effect on 1 April, 2005. Mäori and Pacific people
ovides an overview of government-funded parenting programmes and a selection of community or voluntary sector-funded programmes, and
udience in order to review the appropriateness and reach of its then current communications materials. The researchers conducted interview
ee key threads are woven through the strategy: rangatiratanga, building on the gains and reducing inequalities. Four pathways for action spe

 research skills. The report is based on a basic literature review and consultation with whänau involved in kapa haka. The author discusses t

egion to a hui with representatives of local authorities and regional authorities within the same region. The purpose of the hui was to conside
d alcohol moderation messages on Mäori. The research has a small sample size and the authors note it can not be generally applied to all M


ith or engaging Mäori. It is based on, and updates, a 1997 survey also conducted by Local Government New Zealand. Key themes include th




district through the formation of a Mäori Partnership Board. Mana whenua are represented by members from Te Atiawa (Wellington Tenths T

litative research exploring issues related to the development of Marae Auahi Kore, such as factors that aided or impeded the process, the re




on. The focus groups were held in Wellington, Gisborne and Christchurch. Women not able to attend were able to complete a questionnaire t

 siveness into the everyday work of the Ministry. The manual includes sections on the Treaty of Waitangi, consultation with Mäori, Mäori resp
s, to develop health promotion programmes. District Health Boards can also use it to assist in their assessment of PHO health promotion pro


effectiveness of intersectoral initiatives for improving the health of local communities. There is a particular focus on New Zealand evaluation
ori. The aim of the resource is to actively involve Mäori in producing their own health promotion resources.
 Mäori perspectives on justice. The research team for this resource were under the management and guidance of John Clarke, Director, Mä
ori relationship Instruments (CMRI), the process for finalising CMRI, and mechanisms for evaluating and reporting on them.

ed by the Ministry of Social Development who undertake projects that require input from Mäori. The guidelines comprise a set of practice-bas
ct-evaluation-report.html
e booklet content is in both te reo Mäori and English.

 nd the Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit was to develop and evaluate a three year community-based programme aimed at preventing a

ness in relation to Mäori and Pacific audiences.


and approaches to prevent and minimise gambling harm in New Zealand. The Health Sponsorship Council (HSC) commissioned the report a
stody and access. It also aimed to investigate and describe the experiences of Mäori applicants, respondents, as well as their wider family/wh
nd Fire Service (NZFS) employees to identify ways in which the NZFS could optimally reach out to at-risk groups with fire safety promotions.
for Mäori delivered through a variety of media. The report includes case studies providing more detailed information about the effectiveness
2520Report%2520_May05.pdf
 approaches to prevention are insufficient and investigates the potential of an urban marae and its member network as a setting for a lifestyle
e Mäori Research Centre. They use research from New Zealand and overseas to report on current knowledge about the most effective interv
 tion to reduce alcohol related traffic injury amongst Mäori. This report gives a perspective on evaluation and interfacing with Mäori people, an




 e pänui include details on communication initiatives targeting Mäori, including the use of All Black Piri Weepu, 2 mängai rangatahi (Mäori you
urality voting system. Includes discussion on issues raised by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council's Bill to legislate and establish separate Mä
 tation was to obtain Mäori opinion on whether Mäori wards should be established, the preferred system of voting - First Past the Post or Sing
 ation projects with Mäori in a timely and practical manner.
f the Taranaki Regional Council made up of iwi representatives. This standing committee is currently inactive.
e. The Collective is an autonomous body made up of 15 representatives from each of the hapü and iwi in the Tauranga City Council area.


 essed the key findings identified in the 1997 review.
ion of Treaty principles. The book outlines the principles of the Treaty as expressed by the courts and the Waitangi Tribunal. It also describe
and Mäori on health issues.
land (now New Zealand Trade and Enterprise). The overall objective of this mainstream programme is to help small and medium-sized busin
vernance level. The Bay Of Plenty DHB was selected for review by Te Puni Kökiri mainly because of its high Mäori population and because it

 participating in the programme to undertake their development activities through two categories of funding - $2000 or less, or more than $20
ahi Kore message can be extended with kapa haka group members and their whänau beyond the regional and national traditional performing


al service provider, Te Whänau Arohanui. The report discusses the history, rationale and impact of partnerships on Te Whänau Arohanui. Th

o deliver the Meningococcal B immunisation campaign.

these campaigns were effective and cost-effective.
nership with local tangata whenua, Te Ati Awa. The project aimed to reduce the incidence of unintentional poisonings in small children. Inter
 and guidance on achieving compliance with the ACC Mäori Cultural Competency Standards.
providers and ACC among Mäori. The research offers guidance on how ACC can encourage Mäori to engage with ACC and focus on early in
 impacting effectively on the majority of its intended target audience, research suggests that the campaign is impacting less upon “hard to rea
 ing the role of leaders within the alcohol and drug sector and the process of appointing these leaders. Other issues discussed included servi
 a number of innovative councils, along with tools for use in regulatory, operational and leadership work that touches on alcohol issues. The t
 ori cultural concepts still relevant today.
 the Health Services Research Centre) use key informant interviews with 35 Mäori and non-Mäori respondents and data from five case study


aken were road safety campaigns, alcohol and drug programmes, family violence initiatives, and the development of a playground safety aud

points to the growth in fourth world (indigenous) movements and acceptance of post-modernism as providing a challenge to these assumptio
provide services that benefit Māori, and are required to undertake evaluation and monitoring to determine if this is occurring. This paper is ba
sh cultural appropriateness, ease of understanding, relevancy, geniality, and barriers to use. The design and illustrations of the draft booklet

 s through the post while the other received text messages to their mobile phone. Two areas were covered, South Auckland and the central N
se studies of 10 ThinkSafe projects and findings from those case studies.


ecifically designed for those new to the field of alcohol health promotion, but could be used as a reference tool for those with more experience
  Mäori customer experiences with Inland Revenue and how these can be made more effective and efficient.

ctive political communication.
 rt of senior staff to ensure that the expert knowledge held by a few individuals is widely shared throughout the organisation by a range of me
anga Poutama work within their respective communities. This research is the third year evaluation of the programme. The aims of the evalua

d barriers to enrol. Both studies were part of a research programme to assist the Electoral Enrolment Centre to develop strategies and tactics
acted on the engagement of these audiences, how and in which way do the Programme's messages need to be changed and/or adapted to b
oung New Zealanders. This qualitative research identifies the key motivations and inhibitors to young New Zealanders (aged 18-21 years) en


 me from a range of backgrounds, including academics, those involved in policy development or advocating on behalf of the sector; and thos
eadership, and the major health problems facing Mäori. This is done in the context of the Treaty of Waitangi and biculturalism.
 ences, such as the work of Maui Pomare and the Ottawa Charter, but also looks ahead, emphasising the need for integrated approaches to
 mental health services for Mäori. Other issues covered include population approaches to health, such as community and hapü development


This has involved meetings and hui with the iwi and the publication of this brochure adapted specifically for the purpose. The distribution and




nd wellbeing. Four case narratives are presented. The author concludes that the uncritical implementation of social marketing threatened to d



rk of the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.

e Strategy has occurred in a number of stages, including the delivery of community engagement hui. The objectives of the hui included raisin
 i and rangatahi (aged 0 to 18).
y and East Coast. Three months after the launch of the campaign, BRC established a „benchmark‟ based on the initial impact it had had on c
mine to what extent the main programme elements (Te Mana and the pouwhakataki) had been effective (or had the potential to be effective)

 being increasingly disadvantaged. He goes on to study the effects of this "digital divide" on Mäori and Pacific peoples in New Zealand.
Mäori participants that the use of Mäori characters and words (e.g. whänau), promotes negative stereotypes. This leads on to a discussion o

s the high rates of drowning that Mäori now have, compared to non-Mäori, and describes the development of a drowning prevention strategy
cover the consultation and submission processes that may be required under the Resource Management Act 1991.
at local government level. She looks specifically at Section 33 of the Resource Management Act that allows a local authority to transfer the fu
onsultation, representation and the courts. It includes a case study of consultation - Christchurch City Council by Martin Maguire (a communi

as a tool for workers to critically reflect on their practice and a framework for trainers to develop relevant and useful courses and qualification


aitokerau. The aim was to achieve this goal by improving the quality of education, improving access and participation in quality te reo, and im
s in a position to develop an organisational partnership with Mäori through the development of a specific Fire Service Treaty policy that will as
 olistic Mäori framework. For children, the programme focused on road safety, for adults and young people, the main focus was alcohol-relate
 arn from what has gone before. This report was undertaken before the implementation of the Local Government Act 2002. The authors, from
Act 1974 which was impending at the time and relationship issues relative to iwi/Mäori and local government.
s communications campaign among the population as a whole and amongst various target sub-populations. It also assessed public attitudes
  improvement. Recommendations include: developing a Mäori framework / kaupapa that provides an underlying philosophy for the organisat
  contains the results of the first implementation of the evaluation framework. The aim is to provide a baseline of information as a starting poi
 April, 2005. Mäori and Pacific peoples were among the groups identified as being more "at risk".
 tary sector-funded programmes, and looks at key issues associated with their provision. Among the programmes that the review looks at are
 The researchers conducted interviews with 21 participants and gathered relevant information from literature and from iwi and rünanga sourc
ualities. Four pathways for action specify how the aim of improved whänau ora is to be achieved: development of whänau, hapü and iwi and M

n kapa haka. The author discusses the history of Mäori and alcohol, defines kapa haka and then discusses its role in health promotion and p

he purpose of the hui was to consider the community development priorities of Tainui waka so that councils might take account of these in th
 can not be generally applied to all Mäori in all regions. However, they attempt to gain a range of Mäori opinion: urban / rural, different age gr


New Zealand. Key themes include the involvement of Mäori in council structures, council policies and practices for maintaining relationships




from Te Atiawa (Wellington Tenths Trust), Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai, and Ngäti Toa. Taura here are represented by members of Rauru T

aided or impeded the process, the resources available or required by the marae, and people's perceptions of the Auahi Kore brand.




re able to complete a questionnaire that was developed in line with the questions / issues that were to be explored in the focus groups. This

i, consultation with Mäori, Mäori responsiveness in service delivery, Mäori responsiveness in policy advice, communicating with Mäori, use o
 ssment of PHO health promotion programmes.


ar focus on New Zealand evaluation studies completed between 1980 and 2005. Key characteristics of the initiatives covered in the report ar

uidance of John Clarke, Director, Mäori, of the Ministry of Justice. Guidance and assistance were also given by Professor Wharehuia (Head
d reporting on them.

 elines comprise a set of practice-based principles and related actions that are designed to ensure that Mäori participants, stakeholders and



ed programme aimed at preventing alcohol related traffic crash injury among Mäori. This is a process/impact evaluation report.




 cil (HSC) commissioned the report and specified eight objectives. Each objective is addressed as a separate section: social marketing; publ
dents, as well as their wider family/whänau, when they have gone to the Family Court to settle custody and access issues.
k groups with fire safety promotions. The research focuses on the employment of firefighters as the interface between the NZFS and the pub
 information about the effectiveness of health messages to Mäori in three areas: smokefree policies for rangatahi; cervical screening and Mä

ber network as a setting for a lifestyle programme focused around diabetes prevention. The data from the research showed that the risk facto
wledge about the most effective interventions for reducing offending by youth from indigenous and ethnic minority groups. The review aims to
 and interfacing with Mäori people, an overview of some of the distinctive features of the programme and their significant milestones. There is




 eepu, 2 mängai rangatahi (Mäori youth ambassadors) and 11 kaitakawaenga (Mäori liaison officers).
 legislate and establish separate Mäori constituencies, the first local authority to establish Mäori wards.
 of voting - First Past the Post or Single Transferable Vote, and a review of representation, particularly whether seats should be distributed on


n the Tauranga City Council area.



 e Waitangi Tribunal. It also describes current debates on the constitutional and legal status of the Treaty, gives historical background, and e

o help small and medium-sized businesses achieve growth by providing an information and referral service and opportunities for building ma
high Mäori population and because it appeared to have been progressing its relationships with Mäori. The report includes background on the

ing - $2000 or less, or more than $2000. Te Puni Kökiri completed separate evaluations on these funding categories and this report provides
al and national traditional performing arts festivals. The objectives of the research included identifying perceptions of Auahi Kore among peo


nerships on Te Whänau Arohanui. The author also discusses inherent tensions within partnerships built between state-sector and Mäori orga




al poisonings in small children. Intermediate goals included raising awareness, enabling parents, caregivers and whänau to identify and add
 gage with ACC and focus on early intervention in the future. NOTE: This is an internal report. While it has not been published, copies of the
gn is impacting less upon “hard to reach” adolescents. The research seeks to identify ways in which the future development of the Te Mana
 ther issues discussed included service development, cultural concepts and competencies, and a proposed way forward for kaimahi practisin
 hat touches on alcohol issues. The toolkit includes discussion of community development/community action in a Mäori context.

ndents and data from five case study districts. They conclude that there is support for the post-2000 model. However, challenges remain, inc


velopment of a playground safety audit. The evaluation found a significant increase in awareness of injury prevention among Ngäti Porou whä

 iding a challenge to these assumptions, with fourth world societies valuing experiential evidence as valid and reliable. Alternative forms of ev
ne if this is occurring. This paper is based on the experiences of The Quit Group, a national whole population smoking cessation provider. Th
  and illustrations of the draft booklet received most criticism, including the colours used and the use of cartoon-style illustrations.

ed, South Auckland and the central North Island, and in both cases names were also taken from the relevant Mäori electorate. While no stat



e tool for those with more experience. As well as providing background on Mäori and alcohol and the Treaty of Waitangi, and discussion of a



 ut the organisation by a range of means.
 programme. The aims of the evaluation were to identify the successes and failures of the programme and issues which would improve its im

 ntre to develop strategies and tactics to reduce the abstention rates for enrolment to vote.
ed to be changed and/or adapted to be relevant to the current situation. This report was compiled using one-on-one interviews and mini-grou
 w Zealanders (aged 18-21 years) enrolling to vote. It also recommends how the Electoral Enrolment Centre can encourage enrolment amon


 ting on behalf of the sector; and those working in local government. Includes a chapter by Janine Hayward, Getting beyond "consultation": Th
angi and biculturalism.
 e need for integrated approaches to health gains.
s community and hapü development.


 or the purpose. The distribution and follow-up for the brochure has been undertaken by Te Runanga o Tupoho.




 n of social marketing threatened to diminish and even extinguish the foundation laid by previous Mäori health advocates and previous hapü




e objectives of the hui included raising Mäori awareness of ACC and the process for accessing the Scheme and claiming entitlements; overc
ed on the initial impact it had had on creating a positive environment for change. In the second half of 2001, BRC assisted the LTSA with the
 (or had the potential to be effective), what early outcomes had been achieved, and the extent to which the Ministry had been successful in c

Pacific peoples in New Zealand.
ypes. This leads on to a discussion on the potential for social marketing to misuse tikanga.

 nt of a drowning prevention strategy by Water Safety New Zealand.

 ws a local authority to transfer the functions, powers or duties it has under the Act (with some exceptions) to another public authority, which
ouncil by Martin Maguire (a community advocate for Christchurch City Council), and a chapter on Mäori representation in local government b

 and useful courses and qualifications. This document consists of the following separate but related sections which together comprise a fram


 participation in quality te reo, and improving Mäori participation and influence in education. TPM operates through an Iwi-Crown partnership
 Fire Service Treaty policy that will assist in the identification, prioritising and delivery of effective services and fire intervention strategies to th
ple, the main focus was alcohol-related harm and for older adults, fire safety.
 ernment Act 2002. The authors, from the Centre for Research Evaluation and Social Assessment, present five case studies of local authorit

 ons. It also assessed public attitudes towards and reaction to the online Census option, Mäori/English bilingual census forms, mandatory arc
nderlying philosophy for the organisation's responsiveness and effectiveness for Mäori; developing and implementing a Mäori responsiveness
seline of information as a starting point for future evaluation of the effectiveness of this programme in achieving its goals.

grammes that the review looks at are Atawhaingia Te Pä Harakeke (a whänau community development training programme) and Whänau T
ture and from iwi and rünanga sources.
pment of whänau, hapü and iwi and Mäori communities; Mäori participation in the health and disability sector; effective health and disability s

ses its role in health promotion and promoting alcohol abstention or consumption.

 cils might take account of these in the development of their long-term plans. The hui was designed to hear iwi-specific issues as well as pan
opinion: urban / rural, different age groups, both genders, and variable socio-economic circumstances. The authors suggest that the study off


 actices for maintaining relationships with Mäori, and council resources, training and relationship monitoring. Mäori groups were not surveyed




 represented by members of Rauru Tetere, a Wellington-based confederation of Mäori living outside their tribal areas. The primary functions

 ns of the Auahi Kore brand.




e explored in the focus groups. This was a follow-up report to one undertaken by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs in 1993 with Mäori, Pacific

ce, communicating with Mäori, use of Mäori language, and marae protocol.
 he initiatives covered in the report are that they are funded, governed and/or implemented across sectors under some kind of formal arrange

 ven by Professor Wharehuia (Head of Mäori Studies, Waikato University and Wiremu Kaa (Senior Lecturer in te reo Mäori and Mäori society


Mäori participants, stakeholders and communities are involved in research that is of specific interest to them or that requires a significant amo



mpact evaluation report.




 arate section: social marketing; public health implications of gambling and problem gambling; risk and protective factors; gambling behaviou
nd access issues.
rface between the NZFS and the public, and on the promotion of domestic fire safety. The analysis works from a translation model of fire saf
rangatahi; cervical screening and Mäori women; and nutrition with the whänau.

 e research showed that the risk factors for those affiliated with the marae were similar to those for the wider community but worse than those
  minority groups. The review aims to identify types of intervention that may reduce re-offending for this group and the strategies that are less
d their significant milestones. There is also a more detailed description of the Brothers Against Drunk Driving programme (BADD).




 hether seats should be distributed on a ward basis, at large, or a mixture of both.




y, gives historical background, and explains key concepts.

 ice and opportunities for building management capability. This effectiveness audit examined the operational effectiveness of the programme
he report includes background on the establishment of the Mäori Health Runanga. The review is generally a positive one, reporting that the M

 g categories and this report provides an overview of both evaluations.
erceptions of Auahi Kore among people associated with kapa haka, possible strategies for extending the message beyond kapa haka events


between state-sector and Mäori organisations. He argues that power imbalances and cultural values cannot be ignored in shaping outcomes




vers and whänau to identify and address risk factors and recognise and manage poisoning in young children. Strategies included home visit
as not been published, copies of the report are available from ACC upon request.
 future development of the Te Mana campaign could increasingly inspire and motivate this group toward engaging and/or re-engaging in lear
sed way forward for kaimahi practising within the sector. Collaboration between kaimahi and kaupapa Mäori services was identified as an ap
ction in a Mäori context.

del. However, challenges remain, including concerns over strategy implementation, sustainability and workforce development.


y prevention among Ngäti Porou whänau and a significant decrease in injury rates for all age groups.

d and reliable. Alternative forms of evidence are examined in this paper through a case study of New Zealand Mäori experiential evidence sto
ation smoking cessation provider. The Quit Group has an average of 21% Māori clients and its organisational objectives requires that it meet
 artoon-style illustrations.

evant Mäori electorate. While no statistically significant relationship was found between the personalised messages and turnout to vote, the a



eaty of Waitangi, and discussion of alcohol health promotion, the resource includes a chapter on Mäori, with discussion on Mäori health prom




nd issues which would improve its implementation; to provide information on how to replicate the programme in other areas, and to report on


one-on-one interviews and mini-groups with the three key target audiences of the Programme and a number of pouwhakataki. Secondary inf
ntre can encourage enrolment among this demographic group.


ard, Getting beyond "consultation": The Treaty challenge for local government.




health advocates and previous hapü and iwi rangatira to reclaim systems for Mäori health based on Taha Wairua that were derived from a br




me and claiming entitlements; overcoming the barriers preventing access; strengthening the links between Mäori, ACC and the community;
 01, BRC assisted the LTSA with the development of the second generation of communication materials for this campaign (viz. the „Interview
 the Ministry had been successful in creating positive relationships with iwi and wider communities, so that an appropriate "platform" existed o




ns) to another public authority, which can include an iwi authority.
 epresentation in local government by Ann Sullivan (Associate Professor in Mäori Studies at the University of Auckland), who concludes that

 tions which together comprise a framework for health promotion competencies: Te Tiriti o Waitangi; Values and ethics; Knowledge and skill


es through an Iwi-Crown partnership between Te Reo o Te Taitokerau (representing iwi and hapü in Te Taitokerau) and the Ministry of Educ
 s and fire intervention strategies to the Mäori community. Treaty policy implementation strategies would involve cost benefit analysis and reg

 ent five case studies of local authorities and the mechanisms, processes and practices they use to build and maintain relationships with tang

lingual census forms, mandatory archiving, and public attitudes towards possible delivery and collection methodologies and/or modes that m
mplementing a Mäori responsiveness strategy with outcome performance measures aligned to community outcomes; developing and implem
hieving its goals.

 training programme) and Whänau Toko i te Ora (a national parenting programme for Mäori whänau).

ector; effective health and disability services; and working across sectors. This document provides both English and te reo Mäori versions.



ear iwi-specific issues as well as pan-tribal issues common to all the Tainui iwi. Iwi authorities were invited to give a 30 minute presentation o
 he authors suggest that the study offers some valid pointers and conclude that both rural and urban Mäori are responsive to moderation mes


ring. Mäori groups were not surveyed for this report.




 r tribal areas. The primary functions of the Mäori Partnership Board include representing and advocating for the health needs of iwi, taura he




mer Affairs in 1993 with Mäori, Pacific peoples and women with low-incomes. This report outlines the findings of the 2001 survey, highlights re
rs under some kind of formal arrangement, their aim is improving health status and reducing health inequalities, and they target people living

urer in te reo Mäori and Mäori society, Victoria University), and the Mäori Focus Group at the Ministry of Justice. Three kaumätua then assist


hem or that requires a significant amount of Mäori engagement.




 rotective factors; gambling behaviours and attitudes towards gambling; theories and models of behaviour change; indicators of behaviour ch

 s from a translation model of fire safety knowledge. This means that promoting fire safety effectively is not simply a matter of altering the phy


 ider community but worse than those for Mäori as cited in a study from the early 1990s. The article reports good attendance for health days
group and the strategies that are less effective; identify the key elements of successful interventions that help to foster change; and identify th
 ving programme (BADD).




onal effectiveness of the programme for Mäori. The audit showed that efforts by Industry New Zealand and contracted lead providers to incre
ly a positive one, reporting that the Mäori Health Runanga is viewed by Mäori and the DHB as an important part of the Board's decision-mak
e message beyond kapa haka events, determining smoking behaviour changes in relation to participation in regional and national events, an


nnot be ignored in shaping outcomes.




dren. Strategies included home visits by health delegates from marae-based clinics; all köhanga reo supplied with poisoning prevention reso
 engaging and/or re-engaging in learning/education. Affinity groups involving hard to reach rangatahi , and individual in-depth interviews invo
äori services was identified as an approach to address alcohol and drug issues for Mäori.


orkforce development.




aland Mäori experiential evidence stored in mythology, proverbs, sayings, and people, and the possible use of this style of evidence in resea
tional objectives requires that it meets specific Māori needs. This paper explores the practicalities of undertaking whole population evaluation


d messages and turnout to vote, the authors note that there were different reactions by the various sub-groups of voters to both the number a



 with discussion on Mäori health promotion and working with Mäori communities.




 mme in other areas, and to report on progress towards meeting the overall project objectives. Thirty four stakeholders were interviewed for t


mber of pouwhakataki. Secondary information was also collected from a variety of sources, including the continuous research monitoring and




a Wairua that were derived from a broader Te Ao Mäori framework.




een Mäori, ACC and the community; identifying key people within the community that Mäori can engage when they have an injury or queries
 for this campaign (viz. the „Interview‟ advertising concept). These materials were first used in December of that year. A further survey was c
at an appropriate "platform" existed on which to take the programme forward. The findings include one that the Te Mana information campaig




ity of Auckland), who concludes that while the Resource Management Act may facilitate some Mäori participation in local government, it shou

ues and ethics; Knowledge and skill based competency clusters; Performance criteria.


Taitokerau) and the Ministry of Education (representing the Crown). The three main criteria for the evaluation were: developing effective mut
involve cost benefit analysis and regional audits of performance for each of the fire regions. This would contribute to the monitoring and ong

 and maintain relationships with tangata whenua within their rohe.

  methodologies and/or modes that may be used in the future. The research was conducted as a telephone survey of 1501 New Zealanders,
 ity outcomes; developing and implementing a Mäori effectiveness strategy with programme specific outcomes and performance measures;




English and te reo Mäori versions.



ed to give a 30 minute presentation of the key priorities for iwi/community development in their area.
ori are responsive to moderation messages, with recall of these messages particularly high amongst younger Mäori (under 29 years).




g for the health needs of iwi, taura here, and the wider Mäori community residing in the DHB district and providing input into the DHBs strateg




dings of the 2001 survey, highlights relevant points from the 1993 report and recommends possible ways forward for the Ministry in forging po
ualities, and they target people living in sub-national geographic areas (e.g. local region, city, small town or rural area). The report describes

Justice. Three kaumätua then assisted with the final draft of the report. The document has three parts: traditional Mäori concepts and custom




ur change; indicators of behaviour change; marketing strategies; and services for preventing and minimising gambling harm.

not simply a matter of altering the physical environment (e.g. by installing a smoke detector) or distributing "information" about fire safety (e.g


rts good attendance for health days and screening, although there was less success in the referral of those with positive screens for further
help to foster change; and identify the positive and negative impacts of different interventions and consider whether these are likely to affect




and contracted lead providers to increase awareness and participation by Mäori were successful in raising Mäori attendance in all aspects of
 ant part of the Board's decision-making processes.
n in regional and national events, and identifying influences on smoking and non-smoking behaviour among kapa haka group members.




pplied with poisoning prevention resources; participation in community health days, talking to parents and distributing pamphlets and fridge m
nd individual in-depth interviews involving key informants, were employed as the main research primary data collection method. The key info




use of this style of evidence in research and evaluation.
dertaking whole population evaluation and research that seeks to measure both Māori and whole population outcomes. It considers the challe


 roups of voters to both the number and form of the messages. For example, they found the highest impact among groups that are usually ha




r stakeholders were interviewed for the research and a hui was held where evaluators held a general discussion with Kaiwhakahaere about H


 continuous research monitoring and information from the 0800 Te Mana call centre. Findings included the fact that the Te Mana Information




when they have an injury or queries regarding treatment; and developing action plans in response to the feedback received from communitie
r of that year. A further survey was commissioned in order to evaluate their impact. This report presents the results of that survey monitor, co
hat the Te Mana information campaign was raising expectations of educational achievement and that media advertising had been effective. T




ticipation in local government, it should only be viewed as complementing Mäori representation rather than as the answer to Mäori represen




ation were: developing effective mutually empowering partnerships and relationships, Increasing community participation and control in educ
contribute to the monitoring and ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of specific fire intervention strategies for Mäori.



ne survey of 1501 New Zealanders, aged 15 years and older who were present in New Zealand on census night.
comes and performance measures; developing performance measures for Mäori responsiveness and effectiveness for integration into the o




unger Mäori (under 29 years).




providing input into the DHBs strategic and governance activities. They also include working closely with Capital & Coast DHB to reduce disp




s forward for the Ministry in forging positive relationships with Mäori women and their whänau. The information is presented in three parts: wh
n or rural area). The report describes in some detail 34 initiatives, including a number targeting Mäori. It then discusses key "success factors"

 raditional Mäori concepts and customary law or tikanga, eight case studies, and an examination of traditional behaviours, philosophies, emo




 sing gambling harm.

ng "information" about fire safety (e.g. through pamphlet drops). Rather, promoting fire safety is about finding the right mixture of human and


ose with positive screens for further testing, with little more than one third (38%) attending. Exercise sessions, diabetes support groups and
der whether these are likely to affect offence rates indirectly. The authors note that the review did not focus on the applicability of the finding




ng Mäori attendance in all aspects of the programme.
mong kapa haka group members.




 d distributing pamphlets and fridge magnets; and an advertising campaign run on the Atiawa toa FM radio station (a survey had shown that M
data collection method. The key informants interviewed are pouwhakataki (employed by the Ministry of Education to work with whänau, hapü




tion outcomes. It considers the challenges for a whole population service that is effective for Māori in an environment of a by-Māori-for-Māor


act among groups that are usually hard to motivate: Mäori voters, Mäori electorates and low turnout areas. On the other hand, there was als




scussion with Kaiwhakahaere about He Oranga Poutama.


the fact that the Te Mana Information Programme was developed when the economy was depressed, but launched and implemented during




 feedback received from communities at each hui. This document reports on an evaluation of the community engagement hui. NOTE: This i
the results of that survey monitor, conducted between 14 August and 4 September 2002. Interviews were completed with a total of 79 young
edia advertising had been effective. There was also qualitative feedback from rangatahi, parents/whänau and schools where pouwhakataki h




han as the answer to Mäori representation.




unity participation and control in education, and increasing capacity and capability of schools and communities to provide quality education.
egies for Mäori.




ffectiveness for integration into the overall organisational performance framework; elevating Mäori responsiveness and effectiveness as a ke




h Capital & Coast DHB to reduce disparities, continually foster Mäori development, and communicate relevant information to iwi and Mäori re




mation is presented in three parts: where do Mäori women get their information from, what barriers are there to obtaining and receiving inform
 hen discusses key "success factors" for intersectoral working referred to in the 2001 report, in light of the information covered in the latest re

tional behaviours, philosophies, emotions and cultural influences.




nding the right mixture of human and material elements, a mixture that itself needs to be flexibly applied across situations.


sions, diabetes support groups and nutrition information were also delivered in the programme.
cus on the applicability of the findings to Mäori or Pacific youth. However, stakeholders, programme providers, and analysts point to a numbe
dio station (a survey had shown that Mäori and Pacific people made up 80% of the station's listeners). This report also discusses the process
 Education to work with whänau, hapü and iwi to help Mäori get the most out of education), and rangatahi were selected from schools or learn




  environment of a by-Māori-for-Māori preference, Māori research paradigms, and a relevant evaluation and research process for Māori.


 as. On the other hand, there was also a negative impact for some of these same groups. The authors point to the main differences as being




 ut launched and implemented during a period of improving economic activity. A number of other findings are presented on the awareness an




munity engagement hui. NOTE: This is an unpublished internal report, copies are available from ACC on request.
re completed with a total of 79 young Mäori tane, aged between 18 and 29, and 58 partners/female friends of young Mäori tane.
u and schools where pouwhakataki had been active that confirmed their respected and "hands-on" work.




unities to provide quality education.




onsiveness and effectiveness as a key priority through appropriate advocacy and leadership and appropriate funding to support the recomme




evant information to iwi and Mäori residing in the district. This report provides an overview of the progress made by the Mäori Partnership Bo




here to obtaining and receiving information, and comments and feedback about their experiences as consumers and on the Ministry of Cons
e information covered in the latest research.




across situations.



viders, and analysts point to a number of factors that contribute to successful outcomes for Mäori. They go on to say that measurement of th
his report also discusses the process of developing resources for the project.
i were selected from schools or learning centres from around the country. A to




and research process for Māori.


oint to the main differences as being the number of messages delivered and the form




 are presented on the awareness and relevance of the Te Mana Information Programme. The research also fi
nds of young Mäori tane.




riate funding to support the recommendations of the audit.




ss made by the Mäori Partnership Board in the 2005 calendar year.




nsumers and on the Ministry of Consumer Affairs written resources.
go on to say that measurement of the effectiveness of these factor

								
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