• Raising the bar on self-access centre learning support 

      Dofs, Kerstin; Hobbs, Moira (ATLAANZ, 2010-01-01)
      Tertiary Learning Advisors reflect on their ‘good practice’ through three key terms: utilisation, effectiveness and individual student support. We ask ourselves: Are the facilities and the advisory service support structures ...
    • Religion and community development : working with African Communities 

      Ayallo, Irene (2015-02)
      In this paper, I discuss the potential role of religion as an agent of community development with African communities. I hope to offer a greater clarity of the relationship between religion, personal wellbeing and social ...
    • Resilient Leadership Amidst Complexity 

      Malcolm, Margy-Jean (Australia New Zealand Third Sector Research, 2014)
      Amidst more than two decades of a discourse calling for third sector organisations to be more ‘business- like’ (Tennant, 2007), there has been relatively little research about the strengths of being ‘nonprofit-like’ (Dym ...
    • The transnational matai and the foreign homeland : does the Toloa still return to the water? 

      Tominiko, Falaniko; Anae, M.; Fetui, V.; Lima, I. (2016)
      The matai and the fanua are explicitly interconnected. The matai not only get their mandate to rule from their aiga, but also from the land to which their aiga and title belong. At the bestowal of their matai title, the ...
    • Waste a resource for communities 

      Stansfield, John (2014)
      Waiheke County recycling Compulsory amalgamation to ACC End of recycling Beginning of resistance The Wananga on waste
    • Whaea Betty Wark : celebrated community worker and activist 

      Connor, Helene (2015-02)
      Betty Wark became involved in Māori activism during the late 1960s, with the emergence of the Māori Renaissance, a period of rebirth of indigenous power, language, culture and identity where issues such as Māori land ...