A critical review of rangatahi Māori and housing policy: Working Paper for Urban Intergenerational Kāinga Innovations (UIKI) research programme
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Citation:Paul, J. (2022). A critical review of rangatahi Māori and housing policy: Working Paper for Urban Intergenerational Kāinga Innovations (UIKI) research programme (BBTHC).National Science Challenges. https://www.buildingbetter.nz/publications/urban_wellbeing/Paul_oct2022_critical_review_of_rangatahi_and_housing_policy.pdf.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/5817
The literature review was developed for the Kāinga Tahi, Kāinga Rua Strategic Research Area as part of the Urban Intergenerational Kāinga Innovations (UIKI) research programme facilitated by the National Science Challenge 11 - Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities. The UIKI research programme investigates the potential of kāinga innovations to support intergenerational Māori housing aspirations and the diverse needs of whānau, hapū, iwi, and marae in Tāmaki Makaurau. Within the UIKI research programme, we have four research projects. However, for this working paper, we locate the critical review within the context of the research project ‘He tātai whetu ki te rangi, he rangatahi ki te kāinga: Rangatahi pathways to safe, secure and affordable homes’. The review was prepared by and for our rangatahi team to identify the gaps and opportunities in the current housing system, provide a brief overview of why we need to consider rangatahi Māori in housing policy, and identify areas for further research.