How to nominate for the Te Rangaunua Hiranga Māori Award.
Royal Society Te Apārangi has scoped an award that celebrates key components of excellent research by Māori working through co-creation in community contexts, requiring the generation and sharing of new knowledge beyond an academic setting with a view to providing the widest possible benefit for society.
Te Rangaunua Hiranga Māori specifically acknowledges that in Te Ao Māori much excellent research is co-created in community contexts. This award recognises excellent, innovative co-created research, conducted by Māori, that has made a distinctive contribution to community wellbeing and development in Aotearoa.
By definition, the award will be for one or more researchers and their community partners who have collaborated in producing excellent research that is providing tangible benefits for members of communities.
There must be evidence of:
Nominators are encouraged to provide information that clearly demonstrates the impact and influence of the co-created research for community wellbeing and development. The research can be within specific disciplinary fields and/or in the broader area of Indigenous research. Evidence of excellence, originality and innovation in the research and its impact at the community level must be provided.
Full consideration will be given to a range of types of research outputs. In particular the assessment panel will be prepared to assess the following types of research outputs that may contribute to community wellbeing and development, provided they are research-based:
If any research output is delivered in a specific Māori context (such as whakairo, whaikōrero or waiata), evidence of the research and the supporting information may be provided in an alternative form, such as photographs, audio recordings, audio visual format, transcriptions, commentary or attestations from kaumātua or peers.
An online Nomination must be completed.
Nominations are to include one set of the following:
The early inspiration for this award came from a formal gathering of the leaders of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and Royal Society Te Apārangi in February 2017 where we held the shared aim of strengthening the intent of Te Apārangi to connect more with Māori researchers and Māori communities.
Nā te Royal Society Te Apārangi tēnei tohu hōnore i whakawhāiti hei whakanui i ngā wae taketake o te rangahau hira a te Māori e mahi ana mā roto i te hanga ngātahi i ngā horopaki hapori, e whakahau ana i te huanga me te tiringa i te mātauranga i tua atu i tētahi horopaki whare wānanga, i runga i te hiahia kia puta he hua ki te iwi whānui rawa.
Ko tā Te Rangaunua Hiranga Māori he whakaae pū he maha ngā rangahau hira ka hangaia tahitia i ngā horopaki hapori. Tā tēnei tohu he whakanui i ngā rangahau hira, auaha, hanga-ngātahi hoki, nā te Māori i hanga, i puta ake ai he hua mō te oranga me te whanaketanga hapori i Aotearoa.
Ki tā te titiro, ka noho te tohu mā tētahi, ētahi kairangahau rānei, me ō rātou hoa hapori kua mahi tahi ki te hanga rangahau hira kia puta he hua whai take mā ngā mema o ngā hapori.
Me noho i roto he tohu o
E whakatenatenatia ana ngā kaiwhakarewa ingoa kia homai he mōhiotanga hei āta waitohu i te pānga me te awe whānui o ngā mahi rangahau hanga ngātahi mō te oranga me te whanaketanga o te hapori whānui. Ka āhei ngā rangahau i roto i ngā wāhanga mātauranga motuhake, i te rohe whānui kē atu mō te rangahau taketake hoki/rānei. Me homai hoki he taunakitanga o te hiranga, te whakaaro taketake, me te auaha i roto i ngā rangahau me te taumata ki te hapori.
Ka āta whiria māriretia te matahuhua o ngā momo putanga rangahau. Arā, ka takatū te pae whiriwhiri ki te aromatawai i ngā momo putanga rangahau e whai ake nei tērā pea ka whakaranea i te mātauranga me te whanaketanga Māori, mehemea i takea mai i te rangahau:
Mehemea i whakaputaina te hua rangahau i roto i tētahi horopaki Māori motuhake (pēnei i te whakairo, i te whaikōrero, te waiata rānei), ka taea te homai ngā taunakitanga mō te rangahau me ngā kōrero tautoko mā roto i tētahi whakaaturanga āhua rerekē, pēnei i te whakaahua, i ngā tāhoputanga ororongo, i te hōputu ataata-rongo, i ngā tuhinga i te reo ā-waha, i ngā kōrero takitaki, me ngā kupu whakapai mai a ngā kaumātua, a ngā hoa mahi rānei.
Me mātua whakakī tētahi puka ipurangi hei whakarewa i tētahi ingoa.
Me uru ki ngā whakarewatanga ingoa tētahi o ēnei:
I takea mai tēnei hōnore i tētahi hui i tētahi huihuinga ōkawa o ngā Pae o te Māramatanga me te Royal Society Te Apārangi i te marama o Hui-tanguru 2017 i whakaūngia ai e tātou ko te whāinga ngātahi ko te hiahia o Te Apārangi hei tūhonohono i ētahi kairangahau Māori, hapori Māori hoki.