Video recordings of public lectures on topical issues from 2019.
Professor Alberto Costi explains his view of international law with examples drawn from the law of armed conflict, human rights, and environmental law.
Professor Justin Hodgkiss describes how he and his team have created instruments to illuminate and explore the femtosecond world.
Professor Tim Naish and Catherine Iorns review the science of projecting sea-level rise for New Zealand, and the challenges
faced in using that science.
Professor Coles discusses a vision of the
university as a hub of catalytic change and the modes of collaborative leadership that can bring it into being.
Professors Arthur Grimes (School of Government) and Gregor
Coster (Faculty of Health) discuss the Wellbeing Budget and some of
the challenges it presents.
Professor Arthur Grimes discusses wellbeing economics and policy, its past, present, and future in New Zealand.
Professor Butler will offer a new framework for how businesses can effectively realise their right to access justice.
Peter Thompson and Marcin Betkier discuss the background and challenges of the Christchurch Call.
Professor Lin will provide an overview of how to understand the financial markets.
Victoria University of Wellington’s Professor Sekhar Bandyopadhyay discusses Gandhi’s philosophy and actions.
Professor McCarthy will discuss the contemporary museum at work.