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Ngā Hua a Tāne Rore: The Benefits of Kapa Haka

Commissioned by Te Matatini and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage (2014)

Ngā Hua A Tāne Nore: The Benefits of Kapa Haka is a significant research scoping document published in 2014. It was commissioned by Te Matatini and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and researched by Te Kotahi Research Institute, Waikato University.

It provides a wide overview of benefits - cultural, social, health, educational and economic - with excellent quotes and observations and a useful bibliography. It identifies that the benefits of kapa haka have been underestimated and sets the stage for future research and policy design.

Download the full report: Ngā Hua A Tāne Nore: The Benefits of Kapa Haka

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DANZ Magazine articles on Kapa Haka

Hawaiki TŪ: The Power of Kapa Haka, Māori Movement and Theatre
By Kylie Brown (Issue No. 50)

Profiling Kapa Haka & Te Matatini
A DANZ & Te Matatini Collaboration (Issue No. 46)

Kaumātua Kapa Haka: Dancing Through The Ages
By Tanemahuta Grey (Issue No. 39)

Kapa Haka's Rich and Developing Cultural Fabric  
By Piri Sciascia (Issue No. 34)

Haka Theatre
By Gaylene Sciascia (Issue No. 26)

Te Matatini: The Evolution of Kapa Haka
(Issue No. 24)

 

The Benefits of Kapa Haka

 
 
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