Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
New Zealand’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has received praise from around the world. Alumna Katie Brown played an important part in that response as the Digital Communications Lead for Unite Against COVID-19.
Sex work has frequently been conflated with human trafficking, and corporate entities like banks are under increasing pressure to take action to prevent it, but the reality is much more complicated than that, writes Dr Lynzi Armstrong.
With the necessary social and financial infrastructure and support, housing cooperatives have serious, practical potential for providing secure and affordable housing in New Zealand, writes Mark Southcombe.
Two new Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington initiatives make it easier for government, businesses and other organisations to benefit from its wide-ranging expertise.
You may have noticed New Zealand was significantly quieter during the COVID-19 lockdown. The noise from cars, emergency sirens, and children playing in the school yard faded away, leaving urban areas in particular much less noisy during
The Ministry for the Environment’s recent freshwater report outlines the scale of the country’s pollution problem and makes many references to Māori ways of thinking, but what does it take to really understand an issue from another
Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington’s new electrical and electronics degree will help address a growing demand for engineers in New Zealand.
Since leaving Wellington, alumnus Christopher Wright has had 22 separate addresses across 10 cities, six countries and three continents.
A generous $1.2 million gift to Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington from the Grace Memorial Trust will ensure the University’s research and leadership in the area of restorative justice will continue far into the future.