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Centres within the Institute

The Institute of Public Policy has three centres that are housed under the Institute. Each centre has a wealth of knowledge and resources in their area and can be contacted for more information. Centres are:

Centre for Community Investment and Development

(Love Chile will be on sabbatical leave in 2013.  The community development papers will not be offered in 2013, but will be offered from July 2014).

The Centre for Community Investment and Development is a dedicated centre managing projects in this area. The Centre aims to increase the frequency and efficacy of social investment by promoting full interaction and common purpose between business, government and the community.

Associate Professor Love Chile: 64 9 921-9999 ext. 8312

Local Government Centre

Local Government Centre aspirations are to build a New Zealand based cluster of expertise on local government and governance. Importantly, Local Government Centre staff will actively forge working relationships with private and public sector agencies, and with councils, so as to enhance and strengthen the capacity of local authorities to effectively deliver upon their statutory duties.

David Wilson, Director Institute of Public Policy 921 9999 x 8322

Economic and social statistics unit

The Economic and Social Statistics Unit aims to establish long term sustainable research programmes based on economic and social statistics, and develop evidence-based projects and surveys on regional and national issues.

Charles Crothers: 09-921-9999 ext. 8468

Last updated: 29 Nov 2012 4:30pm

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