There are four research units within the Stout Research Centre—find out what each project focuses on.
Learn about the first national study of multigenerational Pākehā family memory, a research project run within the Stout Research Centre.
The Treaty of Waitangi Research Unit was established in January 1999 to provide independent, high quality research and advice on Treaty of Waitangi matters.
The Security and Surveillance Project promotes research into the interrelated subjects of security intelligence and state surveillance.
The Transnational Identity under Observation research project explores issues of persecution, enforced migration, and displaced identities.