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Te Pā Harakeke: Māori housing and wellbeing 2021.

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This Statistics New Zealand report offers an insightful analysis into the current state of housing and its impact on the wellbeing of the Māori population.

The document draws on statistical data from Te Kupenga, Stats NZ’s dedicated survey of Māori wellbeing, to paint a detailed picture of the challenges and advancements in Māori housing, juxtaposing these findings against broader socio-economic indicators of wellbeing. The report is arranged in two parts. The first part provides a brief situational overview of housing for the Māori population across Aotearoa New Zealand, giving a range of statistic information including homeownership rates, age, housing affordability, habitability, crowding etc. The second part presents data on the relationship between housing and Māori wellbeing, including measures on kaitiakitanga and housing tenure, connections to Māori culture and housing tenure, te reo ability and housing tenure, oranga and housing tenure, whanaungatanga and housing tenure, manaakitanga and housing tenure etc. The report delves into various dimensions of housing such as affordability, quality, and accessibility, and examines their correlation with health, education, and cultural participation among Māori communities.

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