to thrive in Asia.
The 2017/18 year was a time the Asia New Zealand Foundation started realising the benefits that have resulted from the changes initiated over the last couple of years.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation commissioned Colmar Brunton to conduct an online survey of young people (aged between 16 and 25) to gauge what, if any, career advice they had received that prompted th
This report looks at the rapidly increasing Asian under-five population in New Zealand, their home environment, as well as the response of Early Childhood Education (ECE) centres to this changing demo
Read New Zealand China Council's report on China's Belt and Road Initiative and how New Zealand fits into the picture.
This year’s Perceptions of Asia survey has made for sobering reading. We learned last year that eight of out 10 New Zealanders thought Asia was important to New Zealand in economic, social and cultu
Writing about how the migrant Filipino community has settled in New Zealand has been more than just a research project. It has highlighted how migration plays a role in community building.
This report contains findings from a nationally representative survey of more than 1,000 senior secondary school students (in Years 12 and 13) conducted by Colmar Brunton at the end of 2016.
It would be fair to describe 2016/17 as the year we ‘shifted gears’. It was the year we made changes in the governance structure and started doing things a bit differently, which has enabled us to
Research commissioned by the Asia New Zealand Foundation has found that investment from Asia accounts for a relatively small share of all foreign investment in New Zealand
The Asia New Zealand Foundation has been investing in this annual survey since 1997. This represents almost 20 years of data and it reveals a great deal about New Zealanders’ readiness and ability t
A graduate of Canterbury University, Graeme Waters is a former New Zealand diplomat who has twice served on postings in India – once as Deputy High Commissioner to Sir Edmund Hillary in the late 198
Dr Kate McMillan is a Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics at Victoria University of Wellington. Her research and teaching interests focus on immigration, citizenship and media politics.