CaDDANZ research findings and policy implications

Thursday 9th May 2019
Wharewaka Function Centre, Wellington

The CaDDANZ research team presented findings from a variety of projects undertaken within the programme. The event provided the Wellington-based policy community an opportunity to learn about key findings from this research, network with researchers and to identify connections with current and future research and policy priorities.

Brabyn, L. (2019). The New Zealand Atlas of Population Change

Cameron, M. (2019). The future trajectory of ethnic diversity in New Zealand's regions

Kukutai, T., & Rata, A. (2019). Attitudes towards Māori culture and multiculturalism

Mare, D. (2019). The impact of diversity on firms and residents

Peace, R., & Stone, G. (2019). The role of evaluation in building ‘a bigger picture’

Spoonley, P. (2019). Visualising Auckland’s superdiversity

Terruhn, J., & Cain, T. (2019). Reframing wellbeing through a lens of inequities and discrimination

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2019 Population change in Aotearoa: People, places and wellbeing

Population Association of New Zealand conference

20 - 21 June 2019, Te Papa, Wellington

Cameron, M. (2019). Superdiverse Aotearoa: Dimensions of past and future ethnic diversity in New Zealand and its regions

Collins, F. (2019). Dividends and deficits: Migration, diversity management and social stratification in Aotearoa

Jackson, N., & Brabyn, L. (2019). Visualising and working with population diversity - The New Zealand Atlas of Population Change

Kukutai, T., & Rata, A. (2019). Attitudes towards Māori culture and multiculturalism in the NZ General Social Survey.

Peace, R., & Stone, G. (2019). Understanding institutional capacity to respond to diversity.

Rata, A., & Al-Asaad, F. (2019). Decolonising diversity: Whakawhanaungatanga as an alternative to state managed multiculturalism

Terruhn, J. (2019). Whose dividend? Diversity as a selling point in urban development projects in Auckland (file too big to attach!).

2018 Pathways Diversity and Inclusion Conference

8th - 9th February, Massey University, Albany, Auckland

He Rākau Tau Matua

The conference focus on diversity and inclusion which is reflected in the title ‘He Rākau Tau Matua’ which refers to a tree that provides sustenance and safety to all those who inhabit the forest.

Cameron, M. (2018). Sub-national ethnic population projections for small ethnic groups

Collins, F. (2018). Migration, diversity and stratification: Linking discourse, policy and experience

Jackson, N,. & Brabyn, L. (2018). The Social Atlas of New Zealand as a decision support tool

Kukutai, T., & Rata, A. (2018). Māori and diversity acceptance: Insights from the General Social Survey

Peace, R., & Stone, G. (2018). Mapping systems to draw attention to unmet needs, service gaps, and options for policy and service development

Terruhn, J. (2018). Living with ‘difference’ – Conceptualising urban diversity

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2016 Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference

From Global to Local: Impacts of International Migration, Mobility and Diversity

9 - 11th November, 2016

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Wellington

Brabyn, L (2016). Human habitat modelling - identifying the preferred urban setting in New Zealand.

Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2016). Multi-region stochastic population projections for New Zealand – Results and implications for ethnic projections.

Cameron, M. (2016). Tracking the paths of ageing and depopulation in regional New Zealand.

Jackson, N., & Brabyn, L. (2016). Mapping diversity.

Jackson, N. (2016). Why do some towns grow and others not? Outlining the demographic components of change for the period 1976-2013.

Kukutai, T. (2016). Never the twain shall meet? Bridging the Indigenous-Migration research divide.

Maré, D., & Poot, J. (2016). Do immigration and diversity boost firm performance?

Maré, D. & Cochrane, W. (2016). Depopulation by day: commuting zones.

Roskruge, M., & Poot, J. (2016). Social capital accumulation and immigrant integration: a synthesis of New Zealand research.

Soltani, B. (2016). International students' narratives of socialisation in a super-diverse New Zealand high school.

Spoonley, P. (2016). Superdiversity: the new reality – or restating the obvious?

Stone, G., & Peace, R. (2016). English Language Partners New Zealand: What enables and constrains their contribution to newcomer settlement?

Terruhn, J., & Ye, J. (2016). Diversification and changing neighbourhood spaces in Auckland’s Avondale.

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2015 Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference