“Seeing” Kāpō Māori: Making visible the experiences of Kāpō Māori during and after COVID-19
Masters-Awatere, B., Graham, R., & Cowan, C., (2021). “Seeing” Kāpō Māori: Making visible the experiences of Kāpō Māori during and after COVID-19. Summary analysis report presented to the Minister for Social Development, June 15, 2021. Wellington, NZ.
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A scoping project focused on the intersection of Māori and the framing of vision impairments (disability) within the context of a pandemic response (in this instance COVID-19). Specifically, we were interested in the experiences of kāpō Māori during and post COVID-19 in order to centre the cultural and health needs of kāpō Māori in a culturally responsive manner. We highlight the aspirations that kāpō Māori have for themselves and their whānau, and to identify the facilitators and barriers that kāpō Māori and their whānau face in achieving these
Maori & Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato