Welcome to Pukeko Research
The pūkeko is a nosey, attractive bird that can be found all over New Zealand. It is family-oriented, nurtures its chicks and thrives in a range of environments. The pukeko is the perfect symbol for a research organisation.
We work across the fields of education, social services and justice. Our interests are in research for policy and practice, science policy and systems, programme evaluation, institutional analysis, anti-racism and a range of other areas.
While most of our work is in New Zealand, where the pukeko resides, we also have a range of international contacts.
Please feel free to explore our website. We are happy to talk over your research needs. If you are a community organisation we are committed to working at reduced rates on some projects, especially those with an education or social justice focus. Contact us for a chat.
We can be contacted using our contact form, or on 0274545008
Sexual harassment research in schools and institutions 2021
Our findings of extensive sexual harassment, and significant sexual harm, at Christchurch Girls' High School have gained national attention. Contact us if you are interested in doing similar research.
Download the report here.