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Qualifications

  • PhD [Social Policy]
  • MSc [Urban and Regional Planning]

Job Title/Role
Associate Professor

Research areas

  • Community development as community investment
  • Cross Cultural exchange and public policy

 Current Research

  • Agents of change
  • The Africa in New Zealand
  • What is a socially responsible NGO?

Teaching Areas

Teaching and learning strategies: All four papers adopt adult learning strategies that engage participants in a participatory process of critical dialogue in teaching and learning in order to stimulate debate, critique and insightful reflection on the material presented. The focus is on critical analysis, critical self-reflection and the development and sharing of good practice, to enable cross-sector approaches to problem analysis and creative and innovative solutions to community health and well-being issues.

Publications

Academic journals

  • Chile, L.M (2012) Chile, L.M. International Experience of Community Development Professionalization: Indicators for South Africa Africanus Journal of Development Studies 42 (2).
  • Talukder, D & Chile, L (2011) Estimation of Population and Food Grain Production in Bangladesh by 202: A Simple Moving Average Approach to a Time Series Analysis Bangladesh Journal of Sociology 8(2) 4016.
  • Chile, L.M. (2010) Techniques for identifying topics for research. Journal of International Education and Business, 1(2), 151-162.
  • Chile, L.M. (2006) The historical context of community development in Aotearoa New Zealand Community Development Journal 41(4) 407-425.
  • Chile, L.M. (2007) Legal Needs of Migrant and Refugee Communities in the Auckland Region: Issues and Recommendations. Immigration Practitioners Bulletin, (6), 87-90 Lexis Nexis Wellington.
  • Chile, LM. (2007) Understanding the legal needs of migrant and refugee communities. Immigration Practitioners' Bulletin, (5), 80-87 Lexis Nexis Wellington.
  • Chile, LM; Munford, R and Shannon, P (2006) Community Development in Bicultural Contexts: Aotearoa New Zealand Community Development Journal 41(4) 400-406.
  • Chile, LM (2004), Good Practice in Community Development Work: Towards community well-being Social Work Review Volume XVI Number 3 pp26-31 ISBN 0113-7662.
  • Chile, LM and G. Simpson (2004) Spirituality and Community Development: Exploring the link between the Individual and the Collective Community Development Journal Volume 39 Number 4 pp318-331 ISSN 0010-3802.
  • Chile, L., Dunstan, S., & Dibley, R. (2003) Refugee voices: The challenge of researching vulnerable populations New Zealand Population Review 29 (1), pp57-69 ISSN 0111-199X.
  • Chile, LM (2003) International development assistance as an instrument of international community development in Africa: A qualitative analysis of the motivation for giving international development assistance. Middle Belt Perspectives, 29 (1), pp11-22.
  • Chile, LM (2002) The imported underclass: Poverty and social exclusion of black African refugees in Aotearoa New Zealand Asia Pacific Viewpoint 43 (3) pp355-366  ISSN 1360-7456.
  • Chile, L. M. (2001). The Reign of Terror: But Who is the Terrorist? The African Focus Magazine October, p3. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2001). Africa and Sustainable Political Development: Challenge of the 21st Century. The African Focus Magazine April, pp8-11. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2001). George W. Bush and the African Agenda. The African Focus Magazine January, p3. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2001). New Zealand's Foreign Aid: An Instrument of Social Change? The African Focus Magazine October, pp11-14. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2001). HIV-AIDS and the Poverty-Development Nexus in Africa. The African Focus Magazine January, pp22-26. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2001). Africa and the United Nations Agenda. The African Focus Magazine July, p3. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2001). The Struggle to End Apartheid in South Africa: A Review of New Zealand's Role. The African Focus Magazine July, pp7-11. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2001). African Union and the Promise of Sirte 11. The African Focus Magazine April, pp3-4. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2000). New Zealand Volunteer Service Abroad (VSA): A Profile. The African Focus Magazine October, p13. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2000). Africa's Debt Burden: Dying to Pay It Off? The African Focus Magazine October, pp6-9. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2000). The Organisation of African Unity: A Brief History. The African Focus Magazine July, pp10-11. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2000). The African in Australasia. The African Focus Magazine July , p26. ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2000). Lessons from Zimbabwe. The African Focus Magazine July, pp14-15.  ISSN 9-770048-975087.
  • Chile, L. M. (2000). Biculturalism and Multiculturalism: Are They Mutually Exclusive?  Treaty Waitangi Publications Ltd, Auckland pp62-66. ISBN 0-473-07233-5.

Books

  • Chile, LM (2009) Culturally Competent Practice: A Training Manual for Professionals working with Refugees, Migrants and People from Diverse Backgrounds IPP-AUT  Auckland ISBN 978-0-473-14913-0.
  • Chile, LM (2007) Community Development Practice in New Zealand in LM Chile [Ed.] Community Development Practice in New Zealand Exploring Good Practice IPP-AUT Auckland pp9-20 ISBN 978-0-473-12573-8.

Book chapters

  • Chile, LM (2011) Cross Cultural Issues in Building Healthy Communities. In Walking the talk: The 2011 collection of oral presentations from the AUT School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies (pp. 146-159). Auckland: Auckland University of Technology Auckland.
  • Chile, LM  (2008) New Migrants and Refugee Settlement Chapter 12 In N. Lunt, M O’Brien and R Stephens [Eds] New Zealand New Welfare CENGAGE Learning Australia Melbourne pp111-122 ISBN 978-0-17-013578-8.
  • Chile, LM (2007) Introduction: Community Development Practice in New Zealand in LM Chile [Ed.] Community Development Practice in New Zealand Exploring Good Practice IPP-AUT Auckland pp9-20 ISBN 978-0-473-12573-8.
  • Chile, LM (2007) Good Practice in Community Development in LM Chile [Ed.] Community Development Practice in New Zealand Exploring Good Practice AUT Auckland pp21-34 ISBN 978-0-473-12573-8.
  • Chile, LM (2007) The Three Tikanga of  Community Development Aotearoa New Zealand in LM Chile [Ed.] Community Development Practice in New Zealand Exploring Good Practice IPP-AUT Auckland pp35-74 ISBN 978-0-473-12573-8.
  • Chile, LM (2007) Community Development Research in LM Chile [Ed.] Community Development Practice in New Zealand Exploring Good Practice IPP-AUT Auckland pp313-328 ISBN 978-0-473-12573-8.
  • Chile, LM; Elliot, S; Liev, MH and Tito H (2007) Community Development with Refugee Communities in LM Chile [Ed.] Community Development Practice in New Zealand Exploring Good Practice IPP-AUT Auckland pp245-268 ISBN 978-0-473-12573-8.
  • Chile, LM (2005) Locating and Belonging: Transition from Refugee to Citizen. Diasporic Ghosts. First Edition Publishers Ltd. Wellington New Zealand pp254-281 ISBN 1877391-04-2.
  • Chile, LM (2005) Globalisation, global citizenship, and the right to development. In K. Jackson, N. Lewis, S. Adams & M. Morten (Eds.) Development on the Edge, Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference of the Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network (DevNet) Centre for Development Studies, University of Auckland. Pp195-199 ISBN/ISSN 1176-550X.
  • Chile, LM (2001) International Development Partnership and Humanitarian Response to the Emergency Crises in Africa. In B. Evans-Kent & R. Bleiker (Eds.), Rethinking Humanitarianism The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia pp279-286 ISBN: 1-8649-9574-2.

Commissioned reports

  • Chile, L.M., Mason. N., Neil, C., Black, X.M. (2012) Connectedness in Auckland Inner City: Parnell Trust Auckland New Zealand[112 pages].
  • Chile, LM; Black, XM, Neill (2012) AUT University youth engagement and youth development programme.
  • Chile, LM; Black, XM, Neill (2012) Agents of Change: AUT Community Investment Programme.
  • Chile, LM; Black, XM, Neill (2012)  Prefect Training Programme Māori: Understanding Maori Youth Leadership.
  • Chile, LM; Black, XM, Neill (2012) Global Messenger: Critical Reflections on the development of leadership for the New Zealand Special Olympics.
  • Chile, LM; Black, XM, Neill (2012) Males in Education: Appreciative Inquiry in the youth development programme targeting Year Ten students at Auckland Secondary Schools.
  • Chile, L., Black, X., & Neill, C. (2011). ESI Agents of Change Research Hub Report 2010 Findings Report: ESI Agents of Change Research Hub Report 2010 Findings Report. Institute of Public Policy, AUT University Auckland New Zealand.
  • Bruce, P; van Es, L; Wilson, D; Chile, L; Rotherham, C; Hughes, W (2008) The New Zealand Refining Company: Our Contribution The New Zealand Refining Company, Whangarei [120 pages].
    Chile, LM (2007) Understanding the Legal Needs of Migrant and Refugee Communities in the Auckland Region The Legal Services Agency, Wellington [80 pages].
  • Wilson, D., Chile, L, von Tunzelmann, A., & McKinley, P. (2006). Business Social Activity in New Zealand A Research Report The Tindall Foundation Takapuna, Auckland [48 pages].
  • Chile, LM. [2005] Howpak Wrap-Around Initiative: A Ministry of Education Innovations Project A Commissioned Report to Howpak Charitable Trust and Contributing Agencies February 2005.
  • Davies, E.; Chile, L. and New, B [2005] Increasing the Visibility of Children in Auckland City Mission Services A Commissioned Report for the ACM June 2005.

Conference proceedings

  • Chile, LM (2005) Globalisation, global citizenship, and the right to development. In K. Jackson, N. Lewis, S. Adams & M. Morten (Eds.) Development on the Edge, Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference of the Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network (DevNet) Centre for Development Studies, University of Auckland. Pp195-199 ISBN/ISSN 1176-550X.
  • Chile, LM (2005). Africa's refugees and the crises of community development. Building Civil Society through Community Development, International Association for Community Development Conference Proceedings, Yaoundé, Cameroon.
  • Chile, LM (2000) Biculturalism and Multiculturalism: Are They Mutually Exclusive? Treaty Conference 2000. Treaty of Waitangi Publications Ltd, Auckland. Pp62-66. ISBN 0-473-07233-5.

Selected non-peer reviewed publications

View a list of non-peer reviewed publications, which includes:

  • Commissioned reports
  • Print and audio-visual media
  • Conference proceedings
  • Selected unpublished confererence presentations, keynote addresses and workshops
  • Peer review for international journals
  • PhD and Masters student supervision to completion.
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