Thought leadership on Pacific issues
The NZIPR’s relationship with our partners in the Pacific underlines that meaningful research is not just extractive, but constructive. The NZIPR is committed to expanding the research capacity to understand and engage the Pacific, through research that serves the people, communities and places it engages.
This is authentic intellectual and Pacific leadership: o le ala i le pule o le tautua (the path to leadership is service).
Lalava: Pacific lashing patterns
- Health, Wellbeing, and Church Responses to Gender‐Based Violence: Supporting Pacific Church Capacity for Transformative Social leadership
- Healthy eating plus enterprise: A participatory approach to Pacific youth contributing to health goals and Sustainable Economic Development
- Te Ang Maitoro-Cooling Kiribati and Samoa
- Promoting Cultural Heritage for Sustainable Tourism Development
- The incorporation of Pacific Island vanilla industries into global value chains: implications for sustainable development
- A decision making framework to develop and manage seaweed farms in the Pacific: Phase One