AHRECS has been engaged by a New Zealand university to work on a number of projects, including drafting a New Zealand equivalent to the popular Griffith University Research Ethics Manual (GUREM) – https://www.griffith.edu.au/research/research-services/research-ethics-integrity/human/gurem.
To inform our work, AHRECS commissioned Dr Lily George to produce a bibliography around the topics of Māori & Indigenous research ethics.
Lily served as Acting Chair of Massey University’s Human Ethics Committee (Northern) (2015-2017), as Chair of the New Zealand Ethics Committee (2017-2020), and chief editor of Indigenous research ethics: Claiming research sovereignty beyond the colonial legacy (Emerald Publishing, 2020).
AHRECS also commissioned TJ Reti to produce some artwork (see right) to accompany the bibliography. TJ Reti is a young Indigenous artist from the Te Kapotai tribe of northern Aotearoa New Zealand. Expressing her cultural connections through art is TJ’s passion, as this articulates the love she has for the family and lands to whom she belongs.
Attached is a copy of the bibliography.
The attached version is watermarked and has copy protection. A clean and more open version will be posted to https://www.ahrecs.vip and https://www.patreon.com/ahrecs. It will be available to our institution and $15/month subscribers.
We believe this is an important piece of scholarly work.