Te Whānau o Waipareira

Kia Pū Te Wai O Pareira – Catalysts - of Whānau Health and Wellbeing in Waitakere

Kia Pū Te Wai O Pareira – Catalysts of Whānau Health was published in April 2017 and is the 18-month study into Catalysts of Health research.

Kia Pu te Wai o Pareira – He Korero a Whānau

Kia Pu te Wai o Pareira – He Korero a Whānau, is the complimentary whānau narrative to this technical report and is from the whanau in their own words.

Pou Hākinakina

A research report summarizing how government funding is disseminated in Waitakere for the promotion and engagement of Māori in West sports and physical activity.

Sports and Recreation for Māori in Waitakere

This report also includes research with whānau around their physical activity participation and barriers.

Te Kura Nui o Waipareira Journal

The impetus for Te Kura Nui o Waipareira—Our People, Our Voices, Our Journeys is to share new insights and perspectives arising from research and provider activity across Aotearoa (New Zealand)
This journal is a source of community-relevant research to further inform potential future research.

Ngā Rawa Hāpori, Ngā Hua Pāpori: Kia kōkiritia I Roto I Te Kotahitanga - Value Creation by Taitamariki Programme

In response to the 2013/2014 – 2038/2039, “Whānau Future Makers” Strategic Plan ratified by our Board, Waipareira ambitiously set out to understand, measure, quantify and value the impact that our services made on the lives of whānau.

Social Return on Investment Report

This Social Return on Investment (SROI) study “Measuring the Social Value Created by Taitamariki Forecast Report marks a major milestone in our impact measurement journey. The study is one of the few in NZ and the first for Māori by Māori.

He Puāwaitanga o Ngā Tamāriki Waitakere Whānau Talk About Child Wellbeing

This study explores a community’s aspirations for child well-being in their community and how they think child well-being might best be measured

Kaupapa Māori Models of Psychological Therapy of Mental Health Services: A Literature Review

This literature review examines current kaupapa Māori models of psychological therapy for the purpose of informing the potential development of a new Māori mental health service by Te Whānau o Waipareira Trust

2015 – 2016 Annual Report Book

This year we have separated our 2015/2016 annual achievements over numerous publications covering the Board and CEO information, Ngā Hua o Mataora our outcomes journey, and finally Waipareira Tuararo, our engine room providing specialist back bone support to our front line operations and external groups.

Te Whānau o Waipareira Trust Strategic Plan “Whānau Future Makers, A 25 Year Outlook” 2013/2014 – 2038 /2039

Taking a generational approach to strategic planning we have developed this plan with our vision for whānau in our own style and our own way… the Waipareira Way.

Waitangi Tribunal Report 1998

The claim breaks new ground in contending that a non-tribal group of Māori has rights under the Treaty of Waitangi.

Te Whānau o Waipareira o Waipareira Wai 414

This is the full Waitangi Tribunal report with the claimant being Haki Wihongi on behalf of Te Whānau o Waipareira.