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Realising Urban Sustainability: A collective case study of slippages between principles, policies, and practices in masterplanning

Attitudes toward ethnic and racial identity have been linked to both wellbeing and maladaptive outcomes that affect belonging at school. Affirmative feelings towards school have resulted in positive subjective wellbeing and more optimistic thoughts of the future. Further, improved academic achievement and fewer negative behaviours, such as discipline issues, truancy, and dropping out have been associated with students’ liking for school.


Harirū, hongi and hau in the time of COVID-19

Findings from a study of kaumātua in Ngātiwai and Waikato-Tainui Associate Professor Marama Muru-Lanning (School of Social Sciences and the James Henare Māori Research Centre) and her team have been recognised for creating new methodologies drawing on kaupapa Māori...

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NZ Budget 2021

Hon Grant Robertson presented the NZ Budget 2021 to Parliament on Thursday 20 May. Public Policy Institute Director, Professor Jennifer Curtin and the Gender Responsive Analysis and Budgeting team have provided detailed commentary on the new budget. From The...


Lecturer in Public Policy: Griffith University

Lecturer in Public Policy The School of Government and International Relations has integrated world-class research and teaching into a specialist degree program that is small enough to ensure every student receives the attention they deserve. In 2017, the School’s...


World Health Organization’s QualityRights Initiative

Dear friends of PPI, The World Health Organization’s QualityRights initiative needs your assistance in contributing to a good practice guidance document which will present information on community-based mental health services that promote human rights and the...

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