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We provide independent analysis and insight into key policy issues affecting New Zealand and the world.
The Policy Commons provides insights on key policy issues for policy advocates, practitioners and researchers across the globe, with news, media and events.
The PPI has been established to foster independent, critical research on key policy issues affecting New Zealand, the Asia Pacific, and the global community.
Our summaries of selected issues facing New Zealand, the policy options to deal with them, and some recommendations on the best option.
The PPI brings together researchers, practitioners and postgraduate students from across the University of Auckland and the wider community.
The PPI produces detailed research reports on key policy issues.
Develop your potential for leadership in local and national government, non-governmental organisations, or the private sector.
Public Policy graduates are making a difference in local and national government, communications, business development and management.
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The PPI is a member of the International Public Policy Association
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