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Change content and aid effectiveness : how the size of change content affects implementation of technical assistance recommendations in developing Pacific Island countries
International aid agencies offer development aid with the expectation that developing countries will transform to such an extent that they can look after themselves, yet many countries have not developed as expected. This ...
Maori in governance: The voices of Maori trustees
While the education reforms of 1989 promised much for Maori in education, Maori membership on Boards of Trustees continues to be disproportionately low against that of non-Maori members. The governance role is significant ...
Fools abroad : the town-gown relationship between Massey University students and Palmerston North at capping time, 1963-1973 : a research essay presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History at Massey University
(Massey University, 2003)
In May of 2003, a letter appeared in the.Manawatu Evening Standard as part of an ongoing debate in Palmerston North about changes to the city's central green space, The Square. The correspondent questioned the City ...
The model suburb : the Savage Crescent State Housing Precinct, Palmerston North : a research exercise presented in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History at Massey University
(Massey University, 2004)
A significant aspect of the policy of the First Labour Government of New Zealand upon coming to power in 1935 was housing. Housing was always an issue for governments and political parties during the early half of the ...
"Falling into the urban trap?" : practices of international Non Government Organisations in East Timor
(Massey University, 2002)