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This research expands on the evidence that ethnic gaps (particularly for Māori and Pacific Peoples) exist in the rates of GP registration, immunisation and dental checks.
NZWRI recognised for team excellence
NZWRI were awarded the 2019 Vice-Chancellor's Award for Research Team Excellence for our interdisciplinary, enquiry-driven research with social impact. Find out more about our team and its members.
World Internet Project
The World Internet Project (New Zealand) (WIPNZ) is a longitudinal survey investigating New Zealanders' usage of, and attitudes towards the internet. It is part of an international project that compares the uptake and social impacts of ICT in more than 40 partner countries.
This study explores whether Aotearoa workplaces provide specific Human Resource Management (HRM) practices that are culturally relevant for Māori employees, empirically tests these practices in combination with traditional High-Performance Work Systems (HPWS).