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Books, Books Chapters and Journal Articles 

  • Chile, L. (2009) Culturally Competent Practice: A Training Manual for Professionals working with new migrants, refugees and people from communities of diversity. 
  • Duncanson. M.J. Smith, DAR & Davies, E. (June, 2009). Death and serious injury from assault of children aged under 5 years in Aoteoroa New Zealand:  A review of literature and recent findings.  Children’s Commissioners’ Monograph
  • Hassall, I. (2009) Parental physical and psychological aggression. Child Abuse and Neglect, 33, 10, 766.
  • Neill,C.  (2008). ‘New Zealand’s butter, sheep meat and wool exports to the EU-15 since 1960’. In Matthew Gibbons (ed.). New Zealand and the European Union. Auckland: Pearson Education.
  • Shirley, I. (2009). The Global Recession: Its Impact in Asia and the Pacific. Local Economy, Vol 24, No3 May 2009, 254-261, Routledge
  • Shirley, I., Neill, C.(ed.) (forthcoming). Metropolitan Cities in Asia and the Pacific. Routledge, United Kingdom. 
  • Waring, M. (2009) 1 Way 2 C the World: writings 1984 - 2006. University of Toronto Press, Canada. (1st) Waring, M. Ed:Salleh, Ariel , Chapter in Book Waring, Marilyn (2009). Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice: women write political ecology, Pluto Press, London.

Reports

  • Kingi, V., Jordan, J. Moeke-Maxwell, T., Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009).  Response to Domestic Violence – Pathways to recovery. 
  • Fairbairn- Dunlop, P. (2009). Vanuatu Domestic Violence Report,   Pacific Police Prevention of Domestic Violence (PPDVP)   August 2009  (PPDVP, NZAID)  
  • Auckland Disability Research Group. (2009) Step Up Auckland: Decision makers getting it right for Disabled Aucklanders (Sept 09) 
  • Fairbairn- Dunlop, P., Mason, N., Reid, E., & Waring, M. (2009) Pacific Gender and Aid Effectiveness Case Study Report (NZAID, Feb 09)
  • Ballinger, S, Mason, N and Waring, M (2009) YWCA Future Leaders Evaluation: A report for the YWCA – Auckland (YWCA, May 09)
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Il ruolo delle politiche socio-sanitarie nello sviluppo economico e sociale del Veneto.  Ca' Foscari Formazione e Ricerca, Veneto, Italy, September 2009.
  • Shirley, I. (2009). The Auckland Economy: Situation and Forecast. BERL Economics and The Institute of Public Policy, November 13, 2009. 
  • Rowe, E., Davies, E., Hassall, I. (unpublished) "Approaches to defining child neglect and intervening to prevent it: A literature review".Contracted report to the Ministry of Social Development.
  •  Wilson,D., Neill, C.,  Harland, H. (2009).  A Review of Organisational Arrangements for Effective Economic Development Practice. Report prepared for the Auckland Transition Agency. 

Other publications 

  • Davies, E. & Rowe, E. ‘Super-City’s social well-being in danger’.  New Zealand Herald. 13.5.09
  • Neill, C. (2009). ‘Trading our way: Developments in New Zealand’s trade policy, 1930s to 1980s’. Doctor of Philosophy in History thesis, Massey University. 
  • Waring, M. (2009). Helen Clark’s Political Career. Radio New Zealand. The Sunday Group with Chris Laidlaw. . 23 November 2008.
  • Waring, M. Who’s Counting article by Peter Malcouronne.  North & South.  August 2009 
  • Waring, M. ‘Who’s Counting’ article by Peter Malcouronne North & South, August 2009 
  • Waring, M. The Forum: a world of ideas. BBC World Service. Te Papa, Wellington. 10 October 2009.
  • Wilson, D. ‘Time to move with a collective purpose’. New Zealand Herald, Jun 16, 2009. 
  • Wilson, D. Media comment: State Sector Privatisation. TVNZ7 News at 8, Jul 22, 2009
  • Wilson, D. Media Comment on the Auckland Mayoral race. TV3 News at 6, Jul 23, 2009
  • Wilson, D. Media Comment: Local Government core services and expenditure. Radio Live Jun 9, 2009.
  • Wilson, D. Media Comment: The Super-City and Local Democracy. TV1 News at 6, May 4, 2009
  • Wilson, D. Media Comment: The Super-City and Local Democracy. TV7 News at 8, May 4, 2009
  • Wilson, D. Media Comment: The Super-City and Local Democracy. TV1 Breakfast Show, May 5, 2009


Presentations, conferences and seminars.

  • Davies, E. &  Wilson, D. (2009) Planning for Auckland's Social and Economic Success. Passing Go Conference November 20th 2009
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). APPCAN,  Perth Nov 09 Plenary Session  - Invited member of  4 member panel Indigenous Responses to Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) . 
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). APPCAN,  Bringing Police into Domestic Violence / CAN strategies:  Pacific.  Paper presented. Perth.  
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). Association of Asian Social Science Research Councils (AASSREC) 18th Biennial General Conference, Bangkok August 2009  Biculturalism, Cultural Identities and Globalisation: Issues for Aotearoa New Zealand (with professor David Thorns, and Associate Professor, Rosemay Du PLessis (University of Canterbury)
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). Association of Social Scientists (NZ)  Pacific students and  the Talanoa access grid. 
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). BRCSS Conference (Aug 09) The Pacific Post Graduate Talanoa Network,  Wellington (with Salainaoloa Wilson p/g) . 
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009)BRCSS Conference (Aug 09)  Coordinated and chaired the Pacific Sessions. 
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009, September)NZFUW Keynote,  Pacific Women Graduates:  Learning to Say ‘no’ and ‘help’  Auckland 
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). Pacific Bible College Conference,  Family based strategies for child abuse and neglect, Wellington. 
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). Samoan Teachers National Refresher Course . Growing Samoan researchers at VUW,  October. 
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). Climate change and migration in the South Pacific region: Policy perspectives, Institute of Policy Studies, VUW (9 10 July 2009)  If I plant a tree, will my children be here to see it group.  
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). UNESCO    Biculturalism, multiculturalism and globalisation; Pacific, paper presented at UNESCo, Royal Society, ASSR forum,  Wellington Cultural identifies in a globalizing worked, 17 April. 
  • Fairbairn-Dunlop, P. (2009). Wellington City Council Forum (09) Creating Pacific learning communities,  Wellington  
  • Hassall, L. (2009). Grandparents: A vital role. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Trust, Inaugural National Conference. Ellerslie Conference Centre, Auckland, 28 & 29 October, 2009
  • Hassall, L. (2009). How did we come to have a law that supported hitting children? Community meeting. Community Resource Centre, Waitakere, 10 June, 2009.
  • Hassall, L. (2009). Protecting children today: A multi-disciplined approach. LexisNexis conference, ‘Youth at risk – the role of the justice system’. Stamford Plaza Hotel, Auckland, 25-27 March, 2009.
  • Hassall, L. (2009). Welcome. Hui for Dr Christoph Baker, Founder of Child-friendly Cities. Manurewa Marae, Manukau, 24 March, 2009.
  • Chile, L. (2009). “Empowering Community Development Practices in Auckland” Passing Go: Social wellbeing in the New Auckland Council North Harbour Function Centre Albany Auckland 20 November 2009 http://www.northshorecity.govt.nz/NorthShoreLeisure/PDFs/Passing-go/Presentations/Love-Chile.pdf
  • Chile, L. (2009). “Community development as Council function under the 2002 Local Government Act” Workshop to Elected Members of the New Plymouth District Council 09 October 2009
  • Chile, L. (2009). “Participatory Action and Deliberative Consultation for Local Communities” Community and Governance for Practitioners Conference Manukau City Council 28 May 2009 The Grand Chancellor Airport Oakes Manukau City

  • Chile, L. (2009). “The Inclusion and Integration of Refugees into New Zealand Society” Address to the 
  • Auckland International Cultural Festival 29 March 2009 War memorial Park Wesley Mt Roskill, Auckland
  • Chile, L. (2009). “Communicating Development” Workshop presented to the New Zealand Community Boards Conference 19 –21 March 2009 Christchurch Convention Centre Christchurch 
  • Neill, C. (2009). Defiant defender to liberalisation leader: the course of New Zealand’s participation in GATT. Paper presented to the New Zealand Historical Association Conference, November 2009
  • Shirley, I., Wilson, D. (2009). The Auckland Economy: Situation and Forecast The Launching of the quarterly forecast by BERL Economics and the Institute of Public Policy, Langham, 13 November.
  • Shirley, I. (2009). At the Interface between Global Trends and Local Voices.  Keynote address to the conference on Global Trends and Local Voices, Anglicare Australia, Hyatt Regency, 22 September
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Research Forum: An Introduction to the Postgraduate Symposium AUT University, 25 September
  • Waring, M.  (2009). NZ Women in Leadership - Leadership in Action programme for women senior academics.  Key note speech entitled: Preparing for Leadership Roles/Exercising Leadership. 3 July, 2009. 
  • Waring, M. (2009). NZ Aid – Family Planning International. Speaker at Forum on 10 July, 2009.  Forum topic: Population and sustainable economic development: a rights-based approach.  
  • Waring, M. (2009, 16-17 March). Learn, advance, lead: aligning government goals to create robust policy during a time of uncertainty. Chair 6th Policy Evolution Conference. 
  • Waring, M. (2009, 5 march). Who cares? The voices behind the Politics of HIV Policy and Programmes: untold stories of unpaid work in HIV care. Hear Commonwealth perspectives. [Panel Discussion]. United Nations, New York.
  • Waring, M. (2009, 3 March). United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: 53rd session, 2009.Speech entitled: Key policy initiatives in equal sharing of responsibilities between women and men, including care-giving in the context of HIV/AIDS. 
  • Waring, M. (2009, 10 September).TasCOSS Dorothy Pearce Address. Speech entitled: Global economic crisis. How economic systems drive solutions to disadvantaged or create new problems, what needs to change and how Tasmania could do to promote equity, wellbeing and community cohesion. Tasmania, Australia
  • Waring, M. (2009, 15 May 2009). Institute of Public Administration and Management. Creating the image we want for the Public Service and Women aspiring to lead.. Honiara, Solomon Islands.
  • Waring, M.( 2009) National Judicial Institute. The Splendid Idea: Dialogues on Judging and Judicial Education in Our Transforming World. The 20th Anniversary Symposium. [Keynote address]. The National Judicial Institute of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Waring, M. (2009, 12 June). Conference. Topic: Construction of the Ancestry of What is Next: a Talanoa for BRCSS 2. [Conference Contribution] Wellington. 
  • Waring, M. (2009, 10 July). NZAid / Family Planning International. [Presenter at Forum] Entitled: Population and Sustainable Economic Development: A Rights Based Approach. 
  • Waring, M. (2009, 27 April). An evening with Marilyn Waring: world renowned political economist, feminist, development consultant and author reads from her latest book – 1 Way 2 C the World: writings 1984-2006. Ottawa Public Library
  • Waring, M. (2009, 25 to 27 March). [Speaker] 2nd International Conference on Educational Reform 2009 Mahasarakham University, Thailand. 
  • Wilson, D. (2009).  Discussant, Productivity in Auckland Firms (there’s something about the city) Motu Public Policy Seminar, Auckland 10 July 2009.

IPP Hosted Conferences and Seminars

  • Mason, N. (2009) ‘Current Research to Inform the Planning and Delivery of Sport and Recreation in the Auckland Region’ for Auckland City Council
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Hosting of the China Executive Leadership Academy delegation, 14 and 15 April 2009
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Metropolitan Development in Asia and the Pacific – A seminar presentation and discussion with the Global Cities Institute at RMIT University, Melbourne, 29 July 2009
  • Shirley, I. (2009). The Unexamined Life is not worth living. An introductory address to the Research Offices Conference held at AUT University on 6/7 August
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Launching of the Step Up report on Disability. Minister of Disability Services, AUT University 3 September
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Development Patterns – New Zealand and Vietnam. A Seminar and discussion with Vietnam Project 165, 28/29 September
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Open cities: An international consultation aimed at developing an educational programme for City Leaders.  Video Conference : British Council 12 October
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Public Sector management: A seminar and discussion with the Chonqqing Delegation from China AUT University – 21 October
  • Shirley, I. (2009). Powhiri and Pasifika welcome for Foundation Professor of Pacific Studies AUT University, 30 October
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