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The 2023 Raewyn Good Study Award for Māori and Pasifika Social Science Research has been awarded to Ana Below (Victoria University of Wellington) to support her Master of Science in Cross-Cultural Psychology and her project on “Māori mothers’ experiences of antenatal care in Aotearoa: The roles of support, wellbeing and cultural identity.”

Previous recipients

2022 Tania Kingi (Massey University) to undertake a Master of Arts Māori Knowledge to look at police engagement with Māori on the frontline and the issue of police behaviours that impact Māori.
2021 Lisiua Havili (University of Auckland) for a project on “Wellbeing and the precariat: How does it work in everyday life from a Tongan perspective?”
2020 Marama Cook of Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi to assist with her research project: 'Ngā Ewe Whakawhenua: A Collation of Vital Voices – a Ngāti Awa Perspective'
2019 Jade Harvey, School of Hospitality, Tourism and Events at AUT(Auckland University of Technology) to assist with her research project: “Augmented reality aiding the development of indigenous place narratives and capturing te ao Māori for the use of Māori tourism development in Tāmaki Makaurau.” 
2018 Cassandra Lewis, a Bachelor of Social Sciences student at the University of Waikato, to assist with her project Barriers to the foundation-housing discrimination and wahine resilience
2017  Cinnamon-Jo Lindsay, who is enrolled in a Masters of Psychology at the University of Auckland, for her project exploring the experiences and challenges that Māori parents face within tertiary environments