This project is a response to requests from teachers and health promoters for resources that celebrate Māori dimensions of sexuality. Resources are underpinned by mātauranga Māori and produced in te reo Māori and English. A sample of resources were pre-tested by workshop participants attending the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Conference 2016. Resources are relevant for teachers of sexuality education in Māori and English-medium schools, and sexual and reproductive health promoters working with Māori communities. Resources will be freely available to download from our website from mid-June 2017.


We provide advisory services to outside organisations to help build healthy public policy.We provide advisory services to organisations, networks and communities. Examples include assisting organisations to reorient services, advocating for Māori-responsive public health policy, and working with the media to inform Māori communities.