Conflict in the Pacific with Assoc. Prof. Graham Hassall
At this meeting Assoc. Prof. Graham Hassall will discuss conflict in the Pacific and look into the remarkable work of Justice Ambeng Kandakasi, a Papua New Guinean Judge who is thinking differently about conflict resolution.
Graham Hassall, is an Associate Professor in the School of Government at the Victoria University of Wellington. His research focuses in two areas: the public sector in the Pacific Islands, and global public policy and institutions. He has lived in and taught at Universities in Australia, Switzerland, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, and now New Zealand.
He is a life-member of the United Nations Association of New Zealand, having served as national President 2012-2016, and he is currently the Chair of the New Zealand Centre for Global Studies. Recent publications include a co-edited book Achieving Sustainable E-Government in Pacific Island States (Springer, 2017); and articles on “Ethnic Accommodation in Oceania” in Acta Asiatica Varsoviensi; on “New Zealand, the League of Nations, and the Mandate Over Western Samoa” in the New Zealand Association for Comparative Law Yearbook, and on “branches of government at the global level” in Policy Quarterly.
Date: 21 November 2018
Time: 7.30am - 9.00am
Venue: The Trade Kitchen- 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington, 6011
Cost: Cost of your breakfast to be paid directly to the venue
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