- MPs get advice on budgeting issues
27 Jun 2012
When Marilyn Waring visited Myanmar she was able to speak to about 30 hluttaw members from throughout the country whom she met in Yango on May 17.
- Thesis Survivor Stories
06 Oct 2011
A new book giving practical advice on getting through your PhD or Masters thesis: by Professors Kate Kearins and Marilyn Waring.
- Pacific tide
14 Apr 2011
Pacific people feature prominently as artists and writers, and Pacific speed and flair has made our sportspeople household names. Why, then, are they doing less well in education?
- Seminar: The Impact of Privatisation
10 Feb 2011
International expert, David Hall will talk through the pros and cons of privatisation in the wake of the Prime Minister's comments around selling off some of the countrys' assets.
- New Auckland Mayor's power
08 Oct 2010
David Wilson speaks on the new Auckland Mayor's power on Radio NZ programme Insight. Sun Oct 3, 2010.
- David Wilson sleeps rough on Auckland's streets
08 Oct 2010
Sleeping rough is a reality for more than 100 Aucklanders each night, and David Wilson along with others from Auckland’s business and community will experience what it’s like first hand.
- AUT / RNZ Mayoral Debate
16 Sep 2010
AUT's Institute of Publicy Policy and Radio New Zealand hosted a debate between Auckland's mayoral candidates on September 13.
- Professor slams supercity structure
02 Sep 2010
Professor Ian Shirley, who has been intimately involved in Auckland's development over the past decade, launched a broadside at what he describes as the demolition of local government in Auckland.
- Positive connections through Poly Clubs
22 Jul 2010
Professor Tagaloatele Peggy Fairbairn-Dunlop researched the role of the Polynesian Club in supporting male youth. Findings showed Poly club membership had a positive correlation with school attendance, NCEA credits, and literacy and numeracy levels.
- Being the First: Storis Blong Oloketa Mere Lo Solomon Aelan
26 May 2010
Being the First: Storis Blong Oloketa Mere Lo Solomon Aelan was published by AUT’s Pacific Media Centre for RAMSI and the Institute of Public Policy.
The book is the first ever to document the lives of leading Solomon Island women from their own point of view, and the first published historical account of achievements by local women over the past 50 years.
- Child Witnesses in NZ Criminal Courts
26 Apr 2010
A two year study by IPP into NZ's efforts to improve child witnesses' interactions with the criminal court was launched at Child Law Conference.
- Auckland economy yet to bounce back
14 Apr 2010
Business and Economic Research Limited (BERL) and the AUT Institute of Public Policy’s (IPP) give the latest economic forecast for Auckland.
Last updated: 09 Mar 2011 2:30pm