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21 February 2017

This plan is intended to improve outcomes for Pacific disabled children, youth and their families.

20 February 2017

The actions outlined in this plan are intended to support the development of the primary health care, community and specialist workforce, so they are well equipped, integrated, competent and capable of focusing on improving health and wellbeing.

16 February 2017

Discusses the concept of 'global studies', its place in universities worldwide and introduces New Zealand Centre for Global Studies.

15 February 2017

This tool has been designed to help New Zealand policy practitioners articulate their policy skills profile.

15 February 2017

This tool has been designed as a team planning and development tool for policy managers in the New Zealand public service.

14 February 2017

This special issue takes a global perspective and explores the major challenges facing humanity in the 21st century through the lens of ‘global studies’.

7 February 2017

This is the final evaluation report of the Bowel Screening Pilot, carried out to determine whether organised bowel screening could be introduced in New Zealand in a way that is effective, safe and acceptable for participants and also economically efficient.

2 February 2017

This working paper sets out the case for a world-pioneering Permanent Forest Bond in order to establish permanent forest on vulnerable land throughout New Zealand.

31 January 2017

The Policy Project collaborated with the Government Economics Network (GEN) committee to facilitate workshops following the 2016 GEN conference on ‘People and Policy – how to make better and smarter policies through behavioural insights, design thinking and better use of data’.

31 January 2017

This report provides Parliament and the New Zealand public an independent account of how effectively and efficiently the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) has performed. 

30 January 2017

This report analyses the effects of immigration on New Zealand and how these effects should be considered in the immigration debate.

16 January 2017

1,500 teachers, policy-makers and literacy academics across range of countries, including Australia and New Zealand, were asked to rate 17 literacy topics as either "hot' or "important" in this global survey.