This project seeks to strengthen the role of the church as an actor in the prevention of gender-based violence (GBV) and in support of GBV survivors. The one-day conference brought together service providers, policy makers, academics, theological educators and church participants.
Pacific Law, Custom and Constitutionalism Conference, Part I – A conversation between Aotearoa NZ and Samoa: Some reflective comments
A conference was convened entitled “Pacific Law, Custom and Constitutionalism, Part I: A conversation between Aotearoa/NZ and Samoa” at Auckland University from 12-14 February 2018. It was hosted with the generous support of the New Zealand Law Foundation, the New Zealand Institute for Pacific Research (NZIPR), the Gaualofa Trust, the Institute of Professional Legal Studies, the Pacific Lawyers’ Association, the Office of Pasifika Advancement and the School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies at the Auckland University of Technology (AUT), and the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Law at the University of Auckland.
The International Conference on Sustainable Alternatives for Poverty Reduction and Ecological Justice
The International Conference on Sustainable Alternatives for Poverty Reduction and Ecological Justice will be held at: The University of the South Pacific Suva, Fiji 26-29 June, 2018
Tuesday 5th December 2017, 10.00 – 12.00 at the Pacific Fale, Wynard St, University of Auckland. Talofa Lava, Kia Orana, Malo e lelei, Ni sa bula vinaka, fakaalofa lahi atu, Malo ni and Kia ora koutou. The New Zealand Institute for Pacific Research cordially invites...
Labour Markets, Labour Mobility and Policy Options in the Pacific: a critical development debate. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDrjkVY3et0 On the19th October, 2017 the NZIPR hosted a symposium on Labour Mobility in the Fale Pasifika at the University...
A recent seminar is providing a closer look at the Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations Plus (PACER Plus) deal signed by 10 Pacific countries this year.
A book on the life of Mau leader and successful entrepreneur, Ta’isi O.F. Nelson, is retelling Sāmoan history through the lens of one of its most influential pioneers.