Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research

Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research

The Centre for Cross-Cultural Research responds to the challenges of globalisation, migration and growing cultural diversity through sound theory and research.

We are part of the School of Psychology at Victoria University and offer postgraduate degrees in cross-cultural psychology. Our members are leading New Zealand diversity researchers, and we maintain close ties to international researchers at the highest levels.             CACR brochure

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News

15 July 2014 How does culture shape who you are?
CACR's Jovana Balanovic is undertaking research about the way culture shapes who we are. Read more
27 May 2014 Learning to work effectively across cultures
CACR launched our 1-day intercultural training programme in Auckland on 16 June. Read more
7 May 2014 Was the Auckland Council survey racist?
Why has the recent survey by Auckland Council about feelings towards a range of ethnic groups been viewed as racist, discriminatory and divisive? Read more

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Migrants

Research Summaries

Our 1-page research summaries are quick and easy ways to synthesise our cross-cultural research.

You can access them here.

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CACR Training

'Building Cultural Competency' Course

CACR's new 1-day intercultural training course is designed to prepare you to work effectively with, and within, a diverse range of New Zealand and international environments. Read more »