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Our conference programme is out now, packed with more than 80 presentations, four  keynotes and two special panel sessions. Download the programme here, and read more about our speakers here. 

A socially distanced seating arrangement. Photo credit: Simon Forest

Early Bird Registration is over, but registration is still open for NZPopCon, the biennial conference of the Population Association of New Zealand (PANZ). Book here on Eventbrite. This year’s theme

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Keynote speakers will be Productivity Commissioner Ganesh Nana, Auckland Med School Pacific Dean Collin Tukuitonga, Growing Up in NZ Research Director Sarah-Jane Paine, and Pacific climate change researcher Celia McMichael.

Submissions are now open for the regular 2023 New Zealand Population Review plus a special edition on geospatial techniques for population research. NZPR welcomes submissions of empirical research, research notes, descriptive

We are pleased to open the applications for our two awards for current or immediate past tertiary students throughout New Zealand. The Stats NZ Jacoby Prize 2023 – awarded to best paper on a population

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Submit your abstract to NZPopCon by 31 May 2023 (click here for submission form).  The Population Association of New Zealand (PANZ) invites you to its biennial conference NZPopCon. This year’s

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NZPR Vol 48 includes the Jacoby Prize-winning paper that looks at whether we are managing to arrive at a common understanding of homelessness in Aotearoa New Zealand. In this issue,

Parliament and the Beehive in Wellington

In an article circulated to PANZ members on 13 June 2022, former Government Statistician Len Cook raised fundamental questions about the Data and Statistics Bill presented to Parliament by the

A socially distanced seating arrangement. Photo credit: Simon Forest

Photo: Simon Forest Two of our originally scheduled NZPopCon keynote speakers offer insights into the past and potential future of the social impact of pandemics. We still hope to welcome

State Housing, Dixon St Flats, Wellington 1940

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