Cross-cultural collaborative research: A reflection from New Zealand


How can non-indigenous researchers work with indigenous communities to tackle complex socio-ecological issues in a way that is culturally appropriate and does not contribute to the marginalization of indigenous interests and values? These questions have long been considered by participatory action researchers, and are of growing relevance to mainstream science organisations, which are increasingly utilising cross-cultural research practices in recognition of the need to move beyond identifying ‘problems’ to finding ‘solutions.’

Publication Type
Blog Post
Jeff Foote, Institute of Environmental Science and Research Ltd.

Related Content