Project Civics
Cīvitās: Aligning technological and sociological transformation is published in Policy Quarterly

Cīvitās: Aligning technological and sociological transformation is published in Policy Quarterly

Sally Hett and Wendy McGuinness contributed an article titled Cīvitās: Aligning technological and sociological transformation to the May 2016 issue of Policy Quarterly. The article is dedicated to the late Dr Ranginui Walker, a member of the Constitutional Advisory Panel (CAP) who encouraged constitutional discussion in New Zealand. This article is one of three written on The Civics...
The booklet sharing ideas from the Civics and Media Project workshop series is now published online

The booklet sharing ideas from the Civics and Media Project workshop series is now published online

Proceedings of The Civics and Media Project: A report on the three workshops held in 2015 is now published. The booklet is intended to contribute to the national conversation about civics and media by documenting our thinking about the nature of the issue, our vision for the future and some pragmatic ideas to get there. You...
James Dunne shares his views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (10/10)

James Dunne shares his views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (10/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you James Dunne’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present three...
Sylvia Nissen shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (9/10)

Sylvia Nissen shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (9/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Sylvia Nissen’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present three...
Tara Ross shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (8/10)

Tara Ross shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (8/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Tara Ross’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present three...
Terry Burrell shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (7/10)

Terry Burrell shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (7/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Terry Burrell’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present three...
Louise Green shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (6/10)

Louise Green shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (6/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Louise Green’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present three...
Dr Siouxsie Wiles shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (5/10)

Dr Siouxsie Wiles shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (5/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Dr Siouxsie Wiles’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present...
Dr Helen Sissons shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (4/10)

Dr Helen Sissons shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (4/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Dr Helen Sissons’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present...
Jane Wrightson shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (3/10)

Jane Wrightson shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (3/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Jane Wrightson’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present three...
Dr Carwyn Jones shares his views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (2/10)

Dr Carwyn Jones shares his views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (2/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Dr Carwyn Jones’s presentation. Speakers were asked to present...
Dame Dr Claudia Orange shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (1/10)

Dame Dr Claudia Orange shares her views on Civics and Media in New Zealand (1/10)

As part of the The Civics and Media Project, each day we will be sharing one speaker’s presentation from the Workshop 3 session titled ‘10 speakers, 5 minutes, 1 slide’. Workshop 3 was held on Thursday, 19 November 2015, at the Royal Society of New Zealand in Wellington. Today, we share with you Dame Dr Claudia Orange’s presentation. Speakers were asked to...