Te Whānau o Waipareira has produced many publications over the years. We’ve had publications documenting our history and acknowledging key community and whānau who have been critical in the establishment and growth of Te Whānau o Waipareira to date. Waitangi Tribunal claims and accounts of different activities and campaigns we have led and been involved with.
More recently, with the establishment of Wai-Research we have begun to produce evidence and experience based publications from across our different research projects. These have been both qualitative and quantitative.
This year we launched our first research journal Te Kura Nui o Waipareira. This is not a traditional academic research journal as we have combined academic writing, kaimahi / staff reflections and learnings and whānau voices into the one journal to reflect our community.
As the back-bone provider for Te Pou Matakana, and Te Pae Herenga o Tāmaki regional collective we have been part of producing some of their publications. We have also included these for dissemination.
These publications have been made available to generate more discussion and debate, provoke thoughts and for use as a training resource for other like-minded organisations.