New Zealand Law Foundation
Making New Zealand accessible: a design for effective accessibility legislation
This report proposes a legal framework to make New Zealand accessible for and remove barriers that create disabling experiences. A quarter of New Zealanders experience disability and everyone will have an impairment at some point.
The impact of artificial intelligence on jobs and work in New Zealand
This report examines the sorts of technologies that are already being deployed across the workforce, or that are likely to be deployed in the near future. The report takes a broad analysis of the nature and value of work, considers issues in the context of...
Farmed animal welfare law in New Zealand: investigating the gap between the Animal Welfare Act 1999 and its delegated legislation
This report comprehensively analyses the codes of welfare and regulations established under the Animal Welfare Act 1999 (the Act) and the processes by which the codes and regulations were established.
The role of the intervener in human rights cases
The purpose of this project was to examine the role that interveners have played in human rights cases in New Zealand, and whether the quality of decision making could be said to have improved as a result.
Facial recognition technology in New Zealand
The research shows that Facial Recognition Technology (FRT) is increasing in usage in Aotearoa and comparable countries. It is used across sectors including government departments, policing, banking, travel, security, and customer tracking. In this report, the authors argue that if regulation gaps aren't plugged soon...