Call for papers – NZ Population Conference 2021

Population beyond the pandemic: Demographic trends, health, wellbeing and inequalities Abstract deadline 28 May: Submission form here The Population Association of New Zealand invites you to the biennial New Zealand Population Conference (#NZPopCon), being held on 8th and 9th of September 2021 at Auckland University’s Owen Glenn Building. The conference… Read More

Contribute to the NZPR special issue on housing

We are calling for contributions to a special issue of the 2020 New Zealand Population Review, which will focus on housing. We are interested in papers that focus on aspects of housing such as housing policy, affordability, housing quality, crowding and homelessness – that have a population lens. Research… Read More

PANZ newsletter: April lockdown edition

Includes updates on the delays in the Census post-enumeration survey, news from NIDEA, notes from the PANZ Council’s strategic meet-up last year in Hamilton, and awards and achievements of our members. Click here to view the newsletter. … Read More

Special Edition of NZ Population Review out now

The NZ Population Review 2019 is out now, with a special edition guest-edited by Jessica Terruhn and Arama Rata from CaDDANZ.  The theme of the special issue is ‘Capturing the Diversity Dividend? Diversity Matters in Aotearoa/New Zealand’. The issue features contributions by scholars who have extensively researched… Read More

2019 Conference presentations

Remind yourself of the sessions you attended or find out more about the sessions you missed. Where permission has been granted, presentation slides for the 2019 conference are now available to download as PDFs from the links below. Day 1: 20 June 2019 Conference opening address: Government Statistician Liz McPherson… Read More

Message from PANZ: The Christchurch attacks

The Council of PANZ wishes to express our heartfelt sympathy and condolences to the Muslim community and whānau of Christchurch, and to all Muslim communities in Aotearoa New Zealand who are suffering after the March 15 terrorist attacks. To our PANZ members who have had whānau, friends, colleagues and other… Read More

NZ Population Review Volume 44 out now

NZPR 2018 Volume 44 is available now, and can be downloaded in full here, or as individual articles below:   Invited Commentary: Enriching Public Policy with a Population Perspective, by Len Cook. Understanding ‘higher’ Māori Fertility in a ‘low’ Fertility context: Does Cultural Identity Make a Difference?, by… Read More