Faculty of Education and Social Work
Lockdowns are challenging but kids are resilient
3 November 2021
Children in Aotearoa New Zealand have displayed strength in the face of adversity according to the world’s largest survey looking at the impact of Covid-19 restrictions on children’s health, wellbeing and education.
University of Auckland awarded $23.5m in research funding
3 November 2021
The University of Auckland has been awarded $23.5 million from this year’s Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, Marsden Fund, including $3 million for a major interdisciplinary project on gravitational waves.
Barbara Staniforth: good policies need impartial support
1 November 2021
Opinion: Dr Barbara Staniforth says new policies need new responses, and when they're good we should take partisan politics out of the discussion.
University partners with Malaysian college to support budding early childhood educators
22 October 2021
The Faculty of Education and Social Work is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the Malaysian education provider SEGi College Subang Jaya.
Back to school opportunity for aspiring teachers
18 October 2021
An opportunity to qualify as a secondary teacher while being based in a school four days a week is being offered by the University of Auckland in 2022.
University forms partnership with top Malaysian university
15 October 2021
The University of Auckland’s Faculty of Education and Social Work is delighted to announce it has formed a strategic partnership with Taylor’s University, a top private university in Malaysia.
Top international award for Neera Jain
14 October 2021
Equity advocate Dr Neera Jain was named Best Doctoral Report Winner at the Association for Medical Education Europe (AMEE) conference recently.
Fellows announced for Centre for Asia Pacific Refugee Studies
13 October 2021
The Centre for Asia Pacific Refugee Studies (CAPRS) is pleased to announce the launch of its inaugural Non-Residential Fellowship (NRF) Programme.
Second chance at education for children and youth in conflict and disaster zones
7 October 2021
One in three children and youth living in conflict or natural disaster zones are not at school. What can be done to get them back into education for a better chance in life?
New Oranga Tamariki report a mixed bag
5 October 2021
Opinion: The children's ministry must change from an organisation that employs social workers to become a social work organisation, writes Ian Hyslop
Kia Kaha Kia Manawanui: You’re going to need it
30 September 2021
Opinion: 'Kia Manawanui, Aotearoa: A long-term pathway to mental wellbeing' could be revolutionary. But without big changes, it will fail, writes Barbara Staniforth.
Time to review asylum-seeker support
19 September 2021
Opinion: Bernard Sama explains why - and how - we must strengthen mental well-being in the entire refugee status determination procedure in New Zealand.