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Project: TalentNZ March Tour


February 2014: TalentNZ tours NZ, building on Sir Paul Callaghan’s vision: creating a place where talent wants to live. See tour details here.

Videos: LivingStandardsNZ


December 2013: Videos from theLivingStandardsNZ Workshop are available on our YouTube channel. Read their framework here.

Interview: FaceTV Interview



October 2013: Noel Cheer interviews Wendy McGuinness for Face Television on Think Tanks.

Latest Publications

Workshop paper 2014: LivingStandardsNZ
Workshop paper 2014: LongTermNZ
Submission: Draft for Consultation: Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf (Environmental Effects-Discharge and Dumping) Regulations 2014
Media Release: TalentNZ Goes Nationwide: Creating a place where talent wants to live
Newsletter: TalentNZ: Creating a place where talent wants to live
Submission: Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan
Submission: Proposed Hastings District Plan
LivingStandardsNZ Workshop: 2013 Youth Living Standards Framework for New Zealand
Working Paper 2013/04:  Living the good life - Defining 'living standards'
Newsletter:  To see what the Institute has been doing over the last six months and what's in store for next year, see our November 2013 Newsletter
Media ReleaseTalentNZ initiative officially launched today
Journal: TalentNZ 2013/14: Our first Journal builds on Sir Paul Callaghan’s vision of creating a place where talent wants to live.

Working Paper 2013/03: Exploring Talent

Working Paper 2013/02: LongTermNZ: Exploring our Long-term Fiscal Position Participant Feedback

Think Piece 18: 'For me ... it is not enough'

Report 16 - Appendicies: An Overview of Genetic Modification in New Zealand 1973-2013: The first forty years

Report 16 - Full Report: An Overview of Genetic Modification in New Zealand 1973-2013: The first forty years
Report 16 - Executive Summary: An Overview of Genetic Modification in New Zealand 1973-2013: The first forty years
Media ReleaseTime for New Zealand to revisit the genetic modification debate
SubmissionEnsuring New Zealand's Constitution is Fit for Purpose: Submission to the Constitutional Advisory Panel 
SubmissionInternational Integrated Reporting Councils's (IIRC) Consultation Draft of the International  Framework
Media Release: Can we afford our future?
Newsletter:  To see what the Institute has been doing over the last six months and what's in store for the rest of the year, see our June 2013 Newsletter
Working Paper 2013/01: Notes on the New Zealand King Salmon Decision

The working paper supporting Think Piece 16 on the New Zealand King Salmon proposal is now available for download.

Submission: Ministry for the Environment discussion document: Improving our resource management system
Media Release: Sir Paul Callaghan Science Meets Humanities Scholarship Recipients
Think Piece 17: A Place Where Talent Wants to Live
Think Piece 16: New Zealand King Salmon: Was it a good decision for New Zealand?
Supporting Working Paper coming soon.




What's New


Sir Paul Callaghan’s vision for New Zealand was ‘a place where talent wants to live’. We believe this is the big idea for our generation. This is the purpose of our latest project: TalentNZ.

Learn more by connecting with TalentNZ

The first version of our TalentNZ Directory of Initiatives is available now. We will be working hard to publish a final version in June 2014. Your feedback is most welcome.

The first leg of the TalentNZ tour throughout New Zealand  is completed. We learnt a great deal and are now in the process of writing up the results in a special TalentNZ newsletter. Connect with the TalentNZ project here.

In November 2013 we published the TalentNZ Journal and learnt that there are four workstreams to 'creating a place where talent wants to live': Grow, Attract, Retain and Connect Talent.

The Journal asks 30 kiwis, 7 questions on how to implement this vision. Purchase the Journal from all good book stores or from our online store for $15.

 


 

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