Helen Moewaka Barnes
Lead Investigator

Helen Moewaka Barnes (Ngāti Wai/Ngāti Hine/Ngāti Manu) is the Director of Whāriki and Co-director of the SHORE and Whariki Research Centre. She has worked on research in many areas; more recently relationships between the health of people and the health of environments, sexual coercion, alcohol and youth well-being and identity. Her work is both qualitative and quantitative and she is also involved in developing research within Māori paradigms.

Helen Moewaka Barnes (Ngāti Wai/Ngāti Hine/Ngāti Manu) is the Director of Whāriki and Co-director of the SHORE and Whariki Research Centre. She has worked on research in many areas; more recently relationships between the health of people and the health of environments, sexual coercion, alcohol and youth well-being and identity. Her work is both qualitative and quantitative and she is also involved in developing research within Māori paradigms.

Angela Moewaka Barnes (Ngāpuhi) is a researcher in Whāriki. She has been involved in a range of research projects, including Maori access to cardiovascular services, cardiac rehabilitation and maternity care. Angela has a special interest in studies of film and mass media representations of Maori and indigenous people. Her doctoral thesis, Ngā Kai Para i te Kahikātoa: Māori Filmmaking, Forging a Path (2011) , examined Maori filmmaking in Aotearoa, utilising kaupapa Maori, indigenous and media theory.

Angela Moewaka Barnes (Ngāpuhi) is a researcher in Whāriki. She has been involved in a range of research projects, including Maori access to cardiovascular services, cardiac rehabilitation and maternity care. Angela has a special interest in studies of film and mass media representations of Maori and indigenous people. Her doctoral thesis, Ngā Kai Para i te Kahikātoa: Māori Filmmaking, Forging a Path (2011) , examined Maori filmmaking in Aotearoa, utilising kaupapa Maori, indigenous and media theory.


Angela Moewaka Barnes
Investigator


Tim McCreanor
Investigator

Tim McCreanor is a senior researcher at SHORE and Whariki Research Centre, within the College of Health at Massey University in Auckland. His broad public health orientation and interest in the social  determinants of health and wellbeing, provide  a platform for social science projects that support and stimulate social change. 

Tim McCreanor is a senior researcher at SHORE and Whariki Research Centre, within the College of Health at Massey University in Auckland. His broad public health orientation and interest in the social  determinants of health and wellbeing, provide  a platform for social science projects that support and stimulate social change. 


Margie Wetherell
Investigator


Jade Le Grice
Investigator


Emerald McPhee
Research Co-ordination