Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Why in 2020 are New Zealanders still reacting as if this is the first time they have heard the high statistics for sexual violence in the country, asks Adjunct Professor Jan Jordan.
The Fale Malae Trust says it is thrilled with the support provided in Budget 2020 for the Fale Malae Trust and Pasifika communities in their shared vision of building a twenty-first century Fale Malae in the heart of the capital’s
&ldquo;Now that I have been awarded the scholarship, the door has opened to opportunities that I could only dream of and I am excited to find out how far I can make this momentum take me.&rdquo; —Lachlan Paulsen BE Hons Engineering and
The way technology is used in courts during COVID-19 requires careful thought to ensure processes respect fair trial rights and the need for open and transparent justice, write Professor Yvette Tinsley and Associate Professor Nessa
Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Design Innovation has been using its design expertise and state-of-the-art facilities to help create face shields to meet demand from medical&nbsp
Success in competition and the coordination of an 80-team University Relay team saw the Victoria University of Wellington Athletics Club win Blues in 2019, and they hope to build on this in 2020.
Professor Norman Gemmell calls out the electioneering he sees by New Zealand's Finance Minister in the country's Budget 2020.
Inequality is easy to reinforce and difficult to reverse, so policies addressing COVID-19 and the economic crisis must tackle the accumulation of wealth and privilege, writes Dr Anna Matheson.
The 2020 Biennial Zonta Science Award will support a Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington researcher to get an international perspective on her research on traditional Pasifika medicine.