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Opening Keynote 2019 Conference: James Renwick on climate change

The 2021 New Zealand Population Conference – Population beyond the pandemic: Demographic trends, health, wellbeing and inequalities, has been rescheduled to Wednesday 27 April – Thursday 28 April 2022. The two-day

Opening Keynote 2019 Conference: James Renwick on climate change

The 2021 New Zealand Population Conference – Population beyond the pandemic: Demographic trends, health, wellbeing and inequalities, has been postponed due to Auckland’s shift to Alert Level 4. The conference

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The 2021 special issue of the NZ Population Review released today may be considered something of a bible in the years to come by anyone serious about housing issues in

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Due to the shift to Alert Level 4, NZPopCon has been postponed. In the meantime, take a first look at the draft programme for the 2021 NZ Population Conference, which

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Click here to register for the New Zealand Population Conference, being held 8-9 September 2021 at Auckland University. More about the conference & speakers here. Note: Ordinary PANZ membership is

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All New Zealand tertiary students and immediate past students can now enter essays and research posters to win cash prizes, publication, and free registration and travel to the New Zealand

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The New Zealand Population Review is a peer-reviewed open-access journal of population and demography with a focus on New Zealand and the Pacific region. It has been published since the

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New deadline for abstracts is now WEDNESDAY 30 JUNE 2021. The Population Association of New Zealand invites you to the biennial New Zealand Population Conference (#NZPopCon), being held on 8th

State Housing, Dixon St Flats, Wellington 1940

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

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

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