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Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Announces Grants & Awards

Every year Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga presents a range of grants and awards from pre-doctoral level through to early, mid-career and senior levels.

Every one of these is positioned to contribute to our research programme and goals, and the 2015 grants have just opened for applications.

These grants are part of our ongoing program to support the development and delivery of excellent research which leads to positive change.

Please note that all applications for this years grants need to be received by 5pm, 27th March, just five weeks from now.

Also, all the successful grants must be completed by 20th December 2015, in line with our contract and requirements. There will be no extensions.

KNOWLEDGE EVENT SUPPORT GRANTS (KESG)

Application Period: 20th February 2015 - 27th March 2015 (5pm)
Funding Amount: Up to $15,000NZD

This grant is designed to assist in the running of events where research knowledge of a transformative nature is shared among our key audiences. Such events include conference, symposai, hui, wānanga, workshops, performances or exhibitions.

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DOCTORAL BRIDGING GRANT

Application Period: 20th February 2015 - 27th March 2015 (5pm)
Funding Amount: Up to $3,000NZD

This grant provides assistance to candidates who are not earning any other significant income during the final stages of their doctorate. It is also for those who have recently completed their doctoral studies and are working on research publications, or engaging in knowledge transfer relating their research. Funding of up to $3000 per month can be made available to candidates

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PUBLICATION SUPPORT GRANTS (PSG)

Application Period: 20th February 2015 - 27th March 2015 (5pm)
Funding Amount: Up to $10,000NZD

With funding of up to $10,000 available, this grant is for established and emerging researchers to publish and/or disseminate their research findings. Funds need not only go towards the publication of a new book, but can also support book launches, writing in the Māori language and other creations, including photography and online publications that contribute to indigenous research development.

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CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE GRANTS (PSG)

Application Period: 20th February 2015 - 27th March 2015 (5pm)
Funding Amount: Up to $3,500NZD

This grant is designed to support both established and developing researchers who wish to disseminate their research work at national and international conferences. For both Māori and indigenous researchers, students and emerging researchers presenting work that supports NPM research project knowledge is a priority.

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Latest Issue of AlterNative 

The latest issue of the AlterNative journal will be made available next week. AlterNative is a peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal which presents indigenous worldviews and scholarly research of native indigenous perspectives from around the world - and which is available both online and in print.

This next issue has a special focus on indigenous peoples' issues in Aotearoa New Zealand, with articles reflecting on Māori ways of being and also exploring marae identity and social media influences on indigenous development. There is also an article on the experiences of indigenous health workers studying within a regional Australian University.

Volume 11 of AlterNative - An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, and the first issue for 2015, will be published next week.

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Māori CoRE Full Funding Proposal to be Submitted

This coming Friday 27th February, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga will submit its full funding proposal for Māori CoRE funding to the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC). This marks the final stage of a process which was set in train almost a year ago and into which a vast amount of people have contributed their time, scholarship and expertise. 

We are of course very pleased that we have had the opportunity to develop this full proposal and again would like to acknowledge the many researchers across the country who have contributed to the process. We will keep you all up to date with progress over the coming weeks. The TEC Board of Commissioners is expected to make the final funding decision by June 2015.

 
Ngā mihi nui,

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga |New Zealand's Māori Centre of Research Excellence
Waipapa Marae Complex | Private Bag 92019 | Auckland | New Zealand
www.maramatanga.ac.nz
Tel: +64 9 923 4220 | Fax: +64 9 373 7928





       
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