Refugees to get a seat at the table
16 May 2022
A new panel which will enable refugees to play a key role in national decisions that affect them is looking for members.
How to imagine a better world: rich resources for teachers
20 April 2022
How can teachers engage the next generation in big global issues they’ll all have to face in creative and inspiring ways?
Education student learns old-school lessons
1 April 2022
Student Katie Lilburne uncovered a trove of New Zealand’s educational history revealing what Kiwi children learnt in classrooms as far back as 1877.
Ritesh Shah: Why do we value some children's futures over others?
1 April 2022
Opinion: The scope and scale of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is unprecedented and raises questions about the West’s response, writes Dr Ritesh Shah.
Whānau the inspiration for Sarah-Jane Paine
1 April 2022
Growing Up in New Zealand will evolve through its new research director Dr Sarah-Jane Paine, whose life experience is at the heart of what she’s doing.
The world is welcoming Ukrainians fleeing war, why not others?
22 March 2022
Opinion: It's right to welcome Ukrainian refugees but others have been left in the cold, writes Jay Marlowe.
Ian Hyslop: uncomfortable truths about child protection
1 March 2022
Opinion: Child protection social work is a fraught and emotive topic, writes Dr Ian Hyslop.
New research director for NZ's largest longitudinal study
23 February 2022
Growing Up in New Zealand’s new Research Director comes to the study with a passion for the health and wellbeing of mothers and children.
Child protection in Aotearoa New Zealand: we must do better
24 January 2022
We need to learn some hard lessons from the past for the sake of tamariki and their whānau, says Ian Hyslop, the author of a new book on the history of child protection in this country.
AUSA president: 'I'm programmed to help others'
1 December 2021
Alofa So’olefai has taken up her role as AUSA president. First task – boosting minority voices.
Acclaimed Māori scholar and notable filmmaker: Royal Society honours
18 November 2021
Professor Linda Waimarie Nikora and Professor Annie Goldson from the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Arts have both been awarded top medals from the Royal Society of New Zealand Te Apārangi.
Justice and Ihumātao, and maths identities: Marsden success
4 November 2021
The broad range of research interests within the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Education and Social Work is well illustrated in the latest Marsden round.