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The lack of civility so often ascribed to the activist is now ascribed to the Crown and Government thanks to his representation in the media, writes Dr Julie Cupples, Reader in Human Geography at the University of Edinburgh and Adjunct Professor of Media Studies at Victoria.
This article by Professor Siah Hwee Ang, Victoria's Chair in Business in Asia, was originally published in The Conversation.
Victoria University of Wellington has become the first New Zealand university to sign up to a new international initiative known as the University Commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals.
A local start-up is praising Victoria University of Wellington's Software Engineering programme for delivering hard-to-find job candidates.
Two Victoria University of Wellington academics have received funding of almost $150,000 from the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) to support research projects that are building capability and innovation for Māori.
Decision-making over whether to respond to trolls reinforces social values about who can speak and who can't, writes Dr Emma Jean Kelly, a Teaching Fellow in the School of English, Film, Theatre and Media Studies.
Victoria University of Wellington has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Wellington Zoo.
A new report from Victoria University of Wellington questions New Zealand's long-standing international reputation for integrity and openness, and puts forward ideas to make government more open.
A Victoria University of Wellington-led study suggests that despite strong goals adopted by Wellington and Auckland, the cities still have a way to go in reducing carbon emissions from transport.