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Journal explores women’s views on security

Source: Massey University At the Parliamentary launch of the special issue of the National Security Journal (from left) Sheridan Webb, Yvette Tohill, Dr Negar Partow,...

Opinion: Migrants matter – but who and how many?

Source: Massey University Sociologist and demographer Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley ponders New Zealand’s immigration management in the COVID context (photo:Lisanto/Unsplash) Sectors, employers and some local body...

Māori view on Antarctica’s future

Source: Massey University Māori perspectives need to be included in discussions about Antarctica’s future, according to authors of an article in Nature Ecology & Evolution...

A day of Latin American culture in Hawke’s Bay

Source: Massey University High school students in Hastings get a taste of Latin American culture through Massey’s Spanish Language programme, with support from Mexican and...

Eight thoughts on gender-inclusive language

Source: Massey University The first episode of season two of Conversations That Count – Ngā Kōrero Whai Take takes a look at what inclusive language sounds...

Celebrating 20 years of creative writing at Massey

Source: Massey University Some of the creative writers and lecturers currently teaching in Massey’s creative writing programme (from top left, clockwise) Professor Bryan Walpert, Associate...

Research focus on Taranaki’s sustainable food producers

Source: Massey University Associate Professor Sita Venkateswar (right) visiting an urban-based sustainable food grower in Taranaki as part of the Farm Next Door initiative. Science, social...
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