The Health Research Council of New Zealand, in partnership with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, is hosting a workshop in Indigenous health research, being run under the umbrella of the trilateral agreement between the three agencies. The workshop, which will be held in Auckland on 2nd to 4th December 2019, will focus on international Indigenous health research capacity and capability building/strengthening.
HRC will provide scholarships to cover the travel and accommodation costs of selected participants to attend the workshop.
To be eligible for one of these scholarships, you'll need to be a New Zealand citizen or hold residency in New Zealand, and be of Māori descent. This opportunity is open to Māori researchers working in either academia or a community setting, and from new and emerging researchers through to those at a senior level.
Click on the “Apply Now” link at the top of this page to create an application. You will be asked to provide a ‘research title’ by the system. This will have no material impact on your application, it is advised that you enter ‘Indigenous workshop scholarship’. Once you have created your application, you'll then need to submit an application online using the template provided below.
The application is brief, and, in addition to providing a current CV, applicants will be required to provide information about their iwi and hapū affiliations and career track, as well as brief justification of their attendance at the workshop.
Spaces at the workshop are limited, and a selection panel will be established to determine who will be invited to attend the workshop.
Got a question?
If you have a question about this scholarship or the workshop, please email our Senior Manager, Māori Health Research Investment, Mr Stacey Pene (email@example.com), or phone on 09 303 5225.