Piki Ake Kaipakihi Māori
Māori Research in Business, Economics & Law

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā hau e whā
Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā tātau katoa
Haere mai, nau mai ki te kaupapa nei
Te wāhi mō ngā kairangahau Māori ki roto i te
Wāhanga Pakihi, a Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makaurau.

To all the powers, all the languages, all the peoples of the four winds.
We greet you, we greet you, we acknowledge us all.
We welcome you to this space.
A place to celebrate the Māori whānau
in the Faculty of Business, Economics & Law, Auckland University of Technology

Nau mai haere mai ki Te Whānau', welcome to the whānau. This website introduces you to the Māori community in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law. Here you will meet our Māori scholars, professional staff and senior students.

This Faculty has the largest cohort of Māori in any business school in Aotearoa New Zealand in 2022, which represents our partnership under Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Ka mua, ka muri.

We look backwards in order to move forward.

Te Whānau

The Māori community in Business Economics & Law

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Ngā Kairangahau

Our research expertise in Business, Economics & Law

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Ngā Hono Rangahau

Our research relationships and collaboration opportunities

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Paving the way for diversity, equity and inclusion

Dr Nimbus Staniland recently participated in a panel discussion about Eke Tangaroa, AUT’s Māori and Pacific Early Career Academic Programme.

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Focusing on the next generation of Māori businesses

Associate Professor Ella Henry talks to Stuff about AUT’s new business minor and why it’s important for the future of Māori businesses to have tāngata who are business-savvy.

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Flash Māori team up for AUT business course

Listen to Associate Professor Ella Henry talk about why she is so passionate about AUT’s new undergraduate course in Māori indigenous business.

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Challenges for Māori support workers

A new report co-authored by AUT’s Amber Nicholson, Katherine Ravenswood and Fiona Hurd lays bare the challenges faced by Māori community support workers.

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Celebrating the use of te reo

Associate Professor Ella Henry congratulates TVNZ presenter for te reo weather report. Read the full story in the New Zealand Herald.

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Contact us

If you would like to find out more, please get in touch with Ella Henry.

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