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Opening the Pandora’s box of hate speech legislation could have all sorts of unintended consequences, writes Dr Michael Johnston, Associate Dean (Academic) in Victoria University of Wellington's School of Education.
Six alumni of Victoria University of Wellington have been selected as Distinguished Alumni Award winners for 2019, recognising their outstanding contributions to fields ranging from business, to youth justice, to space exploration.
Education is the theme of the second of three University-hosted debates on the future of artificial intelligence.
Associate Professor Jenny Ritchie, Professor Mere Berryman and Dr Andrea Milligan look at what the Budget delivered for early childhood and Māori education and the pressing shortage of teachers.
New Zealanders on the centre-left of the political spectrum are generally the most trusting of five political groupings, according to the latest trust survey from Victoria University of Wellington’s Institute for Governance and Policy Studies.
A new report from justice advisory group Te Uepū Hāpai i te Ora records a sense of hope amid feelings of grief and anger, writes group member Dr Carwyn Jones from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Law.
How can an extraordinary collection of academic books be put to best use? Victoria University of Wellington found a novel solution after alumni Danny and Ting Chan, brothers who attended the University in the early 1970s, donated a 20-foot container
Victoria University of Wellington's Associate Professor Hon Luamanuvao Dame Winnie Laban and Associate Professor Will Browne join other speakers for the first of three University-hosted debates on the future of artificial intelligence.
Alumna Debbie Power started her public service career in the 1980s as a frontline case manager at the former Department of Social Welfare. Now Chief Executive of the Ministry of Social Development, she reflects on the value of upskilling and