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Submissions to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee on Aid to the Pacific 2019
Associate Professor Yvonne Underhill-Sem submission here.
Submission from Professor Regina Scheyvens, Professor Glenn Banks, Professor John Overton, Professor Andreas Neef. Submission here.
Victoria University Master’s student Thomas McDowall also made a detailed submission, which you can read here.
Our guess at this point is that all the submissions to the inquiry will eventually be made available here.
Submission to MFAT’s 2018 Review of New Zealand Aid Policy
Submission from Terence Wood here.
Commentaries are short pieces written on contemporary issues.
NZADDs Working Papers and Discussion Papers
Working and discussion papers are longer documents offering in depth analysis of events and issues relevant to development policy.
Show Me the Money: an analysis of New Zealand ODA expenditure 2002-2011 – Joanna Spratt and Terence Wood (full paper). Five page summary (here). Short blog summary (here).
Show Me the Money: An Analysis of New Zealand Aid Expenditure 2002 to 2011 (Download full report here).
NZADDs Book Reviews
NZADDs Presentation Resources
Presentation resources include audio and visual material from NZADDs events.
‘NGOs and NZ Aid: The Value of Investing in Civil Society’
On 21 September, Garth Nowland-Foreman and Andrew McGregor spoke in an NZADDs/IPS event on aid and New Zealand Development NGOs.
Is Economic Development an Appropriate Focus for an Aid Agency
Listen to the talk ‘Is Economic Development an Appropriate focus for an aid agency?’ given in March 2011 in Auckland here. You can download the talk as an MP3 file here. The talk consists of an opening speech by Terence Wood followed by comments from discussants Ken Jackson and Anita Lacey.
You can listen to the Wellington Talk on the same topic here. (To download an MP3 of the talk right click on the link and select ‘Save As’). The talk is similar to the Auckland talk but with input from discussant Geoff Bertram.
You can download the PowerPoint slides that Terence spoke to at both talks here [pdf].