Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Pasifika) Hon. Luamanuvao Winnie Laban says Pacific island nations are not powerless in the fight against climate change.
A study of 1,600 students highlights shortcomings in learning, write researchers in Victoria's School of Education.
The current welfare system needs repair and renewal, writes Public Policy Professor Jonathan Boston.
Internationally acclaimed London-based New Zealand artist Luke Willis Thompson will open his first major solo exhibition in his country of birth tomorrow at Victoria University's Adam Art Gallery.
Recent Victoria PhD graduate Dr Madeleine Brocklesby is one of the first to acknowledge that nobody's perfect—and her research shows we should be putting less pressure on young people to strive for unattainable ideals of perfection.
Samoan Prime Minister and climate change action advocate, The Honourable Tuila’epa Dr Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, is among the high-profile experts presenting at the Pacific Climate Change Conference next week at Te Papa National Museum.
One size fits all for immunities will not do, write Professor Graeme Austin from Victoria's Faculty of Law and Senior Lecturer in Law Dr Emily Hudson from King's College London.
Reorientating social investment would improve New Zealand's welfare system, writes Dr Simon Chapple, Director of Victoria's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies.
All of us need good hospitals near us so that when accidents happen or we get sick, we can access both acute and planned healthcare provided by well-trained doctors and nurses working in modern facilities.