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Collaborative research negotiated on 'Mahinga Kai' and cultural well-being

Dr Ruth Panelli is part of a team completing a fortnight of negotiations that are shaping their British Academy funded project in New Zealand.

Collaborative research negotiated on 'Mahinga Kai' and cultural well-being

Dr Ruth Panelli and co-investigator Dr Gail Tipa (Otago, NZ) are completing a fortnight of negotiations that are shaping their British Academy funded project in New Zealand. This study involves a collaborative partnership methodology with two Maori groups. It will document the cultural practices, and people-place relations, surrounding 'mahinga kai' (customary food and resources). Outcomes will include a record of benefits and barriers associated with contemporary 'mahinga kai' experiences.


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